If you were to Google “Murdered Puppies” you would get 8,140,000 results. The same search, substituting the word “infants” yields 3,150,000. Repeat the search with “babies” and you get 26,300,000 results.
The word “abortion” is not seen in that last search until about 3/4 of the way down the page on page 2 of the search.
Recently, I’ve seen people expressing great anger over the mistreatment of animals. Both domestic and wild. Yet when a post appears on a blog, or Facebook, or Twitter, discussing abortion, or infanticide (really late term abortion if you’re a Clinton Democrat) you don’t get the “that’s horrible” response from many people, but a long – and rather screechy – litany of reasons why it is probably okay to kill viable human beings. The lists always include some stupid things, like it would be inconvenient, or the mother is poor, or it (the child) came about through rape. You never see that when the puppies are discussed.
This leads me to believe that puppies are more important than humans to many people.
Perhaps, I think, it’s not the puppies. Perhaps, it is that we have now raised two generations of people who think pulling children apart in the womb and putting them “in the bin” is perfectly legal, which makes it morally acceptable.
Perhaps, I think, we’re in the midst of the most monstrous mass-murder epidemic in history right here in the United States. We’ve surpassed the dead in Nazi Germany during the Holocaust since abortion was made legal. Heck, we’ve outdistanced Pol Pot, Stalin, Hitler, and are even well beyond the pile of corpses that Mao created.
As a matter of fact, the odds are pretty good that we’ve beat the combined score of all those murderous thugs with the number of babies killed since 1973.
But the puppies. We must worry about the puppies.
I think that makes us all sick puppies.