Friday, September 19, 2008

Group Condemns Sarah Palin for Not Killing Trig

Washington, DC ( -- A writer for a libertarian group has written perhaps the most scathing attack on pro-life vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin since the Alaska governor was announced weeks ago as John McCain's running mate. Nicholas Provenzo condemns Palin for the birth of her baby Trig, who has Down syndrome.

Provenzo, who writes for the Center for the Advancement of Capitalism, not only bashes her for allowing Trig to be born, but says she should have made the so-called morally justifiable decision to kill him in an abortion.Read the rest HERE.


At 7:59 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

McCain should have picked Romney as his VP, than we wouldn't have this BS. They would have went after something else, but at least he was the man who might have known something about economics and the crisis we are in now. McCain was part of the problem.. Think I'll buy me one of those fuzzy Russian hats to wear..

At 8:27 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is starting to remind me of "take your child to work day". Nobody got anything done, and I left early so all the woman could cackle and google their kids, let them bang on the keyboards, and run through the halls screaming. Nothing got done those days.

Palin arrived in Orlando, Friday night, and who is waiting as she leaves the plane? Her teenage daughter with Trigg greeting her and hubby as the leave plane... If your running for VP, get a nanny, or maybe lock them in the basement like Obama and his wife probably do... I can see her answering the phone at 3:00 AM... with Trigg and an ear infection..

This ain't gonna work McCain.. If you wanted a woman you had Kay Bailey Hutchinson from Texas, that would have been the perfect choice. But she was a Republican and you are a RINO.

At 5:35 AM, Blogger Nicole Weeks said...

Baby Trig is just absolutely adorable! Got to see him pretty close (30 feet away) at a Sarah Palin rally. And all us women were just gushing over him. He incited just as much attention and affection as any baby with chubby cheeks.

Pics of Trig here:

At 4:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Logic may in fact be made to support the idea that Trig should have been aborted. But the mark of humanity is not just avoiding consecquences. There is no way to no know before conception what the outcome of the pregnancy will be. A couple takes the responsibility of parenthood at the that point of conception. Parenthood is a journey of faith. Conception is the act that begins the journey. To say that one can opt out of a pregnancy because of downs syndrome or other defects is to deny not only life but the responsibility for one's actions. It is convenience over challenge, personal choice over life itself.

Sarah Palin and family are examples of strength of faith. Why can they not be recognized for that by itself?


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