This Exists

This is probably the worst messaging idea from the Xristian Xrazies yet.

(RH Reality Check)

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0 Responses to This Exists

  1. Labrys says:

    Hey, it kind of works for me. I choose life for the woman over the parasite inhabiting her womb!

    (I know, I know…if there was a hell, I’d be going there.)


  2. Pharmakeus Ubik says:

    It was said of hell:
    Why, the best people are here—
    princes of the church and all. So few go to Heaven, and so
    many come here, that the blest, once called a heavenly host,
    are a continually dwindling minority. The saints, the fathers,
    the elect of long ago are the cranks, the faddists, the
    outsiders of to-day.


  3. tommo says:

    Why is that guy wearing a knit had inside his house? Can he not afford heat? I think he had better put his efforts into getting a job rather that sticking his nose in women’s crotches.


  4. Bruce388 says:

    Choose Life! Or, if not, here’s a handy tool (not recommended for home or back-alley use).


  5. Pro-lifers deny that coathangers have ever been used for abortions, in fact, they conveniently ignore that women commonly obtain illegal abortions in greater quantities when legal abortion is unavailable. so there’s really no conflict there.

    Although, as the second video points out, after the child is born if you have to beat them with that same coathanger, it’s just good parenting.


  6. Abu Scooter says:

    No snark from me. I’m still too busy super-gluing my jaw back into place.

    Then again, now that Republicans, like the one the owners of Springfield Dryleaners probably voted into office, have literally voted against the post-born disabled, I shouldn’t have been surprised. *Sigh.*


  7. Dimitrios says:

    We’re probably wrong to laugh at this dry cleaner choosing such an obviously bad vehicle for his message, and sticking with it for several years.

    No doubt the perchloroethylene he uses has finally eaten away a crucial number of brain cells.



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