“I’ve noticed that everyone who is for abortion has already been born.”

“I’ve noticed that everyone who is for abortion has already been born.” | CRAP! MY MOM IS GOING TO KILL ME! CRAP! MY MOM IS GOING TO KILL ME! | image tagged in prolife,prochoice,planned parenthood,abortion,mom,college liberal | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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One Does Not Simply Meme | ONE DOES NOT SIMPLY GO PRO-CHOICE WITHOUT BEING WRONG | image tagged in memes,one does not simply | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Creepy Condescending Wonka Meme | COULD I SAY THE SAME THING ABOUT ANY OTHER MORAL ISSUE? BECAUSE MORALITY IS NOT TRUE VS FALSE | image tagged in memes,creepy condescending wonka | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
One does not simply oppose same-sex marriage without being wrong
One does not simply oppose ENDA without being wrong
One does not simply support abstinence-only programs without being wrong
One does not simply love/hate bacon without being wrong
See the problem?
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But Thats None Of My Business Meme | IF GOD IS TRUE THEN EVERYTHING OPPOSED TO HIS TEACHINGS HAS TO BE FALSE | image tagged in memes,but thats none of my business,kermit the frog | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
If right and wrong exist, then they're constant. It doesn't matter that we're technologically "advanced" (bs if you ask me, a 22 year old. People are smarter, but more ignorant than ever. They don't care about what actually matters any more, which is why the world is going to have a major scare at some point in the near future.)
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If right and wrong exist, who says they have to be constant? Morality can have gray areas. Take lying for example. Is lying always wrong? I'm sure Anne Frank would agree that sometimes lying is acceptable.
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3 ups, 1 reply
There are exceptions, not gray areas. It's either white or black. Exceptions (not excuses, which people always get confused with exceptions) make it white.
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2 ups, 1 reply
Exceptions are gray areas
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Excuses are gray areas, that still aren't white, and are still wrong. Exceptions are the white in the yin/yang. Just like there are exceptions in the white area that turn black. If a guy runs across the street in front of you, even though you have right of way by law, it's not okay to run him over.
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4 ups, 3 replies
Um, what actually DOES matter? If you're triggered by abortion, which is literally none of your business to begin with and actually helps with population control, there's no reason to get all uppity about it.
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2 ups
Population control? Are you serious!? These are PEOPLE getting killed by their own mothers! Do you have no sense of the inherent value a human life has?
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5 ups, 2 replies
Murders of the unborn in my community is my business, as in not paying for it with government "healthcare". Maybe you should assume a tiny bit of responsibility for your reproductive organs and not let them do your thinking for you?
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i'm not gonna make a statement about abortion here (believe it or not, but i'm neutral), but if we were all acting like you suggested in your last sentence, we wouldn't have to deal with this in the first place (which would be awesome)
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3 ups, 1 reply
If it's happening with my tax money, then it's my business. Morality and common decency should be everyone's business regardless.
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0 ups, 1 reply
It isn't happening with your tax money. It's a violation of Federal law to use public funding (i.e. taxes) to pay for elective abortions.
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Who's paying for the facilities then? Or the doctors' training? etc.
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6 ups, 5 replies
I love how conservatives do this thing when they create this magical reality for themselves where they are always right and everything that isn't conservative is objectively wrong. Then they say they're just "Telling it like it is" even though their opinion is absurdly subjective, and in this case, none of their business.
You know when most abortions are done? Most abortions happen while the baby is barely the size of a lentil. That thing up there is NOT what a baby looks like when abortions happen.
What a shitlord.
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4 ups, 2 replies
I wonder if liberal means thinking everyone is wrong and that logic has to be the answer for everything because you are to lazy to work for something.
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5 ups, 1 reply
.......did you just
"Logic has to be the answer for everything"
So you're saying logic Isn't reasonable?
So, if logic isn't the answer, I can obviously say there's a giant man in the sky who protects unborn babies; if I roll an orange, it will roll forever because illogically friction doesn't exist; I can jump to the moon because I believe in Jesus
And what exactly are you working for? You're on a meme generator creating sucky "rebuttals" for legitimate arguments.
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0 ups, 1 reply
Look who is talking, you're trying to insult me by saying that logic has to be the answer because of logic and just because I am on a meme site doesn't mean I don't have a valid point.
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3 ups, 1 reply
So apparently we can't read, nor can we form coherent arguments. Take 5th grade English, then we'll talk.
Basically, I'm not insulting you, I'm factually stating that your rebuttals to my arguments are shit and you're making emotional and half-hearted responses while expecting great results.
The thing about your "point" is that you really don't have one. Rather, you have an opinion that you cannot properly justify and are now floundering about with your argument.
Focus. Then come back.
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So first you basically say arguing on a meme site is foolish yet you keep trying to trash talk. Maybe you're the one who needs an education.
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??? I didn't see anything wrong.
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1 up, 1 reply
Oh sorry I thought you were mocking me with 'liberal'
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Yeah, that's what I figured. I wasn't mocking.
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Lol, nice :) I hear that constantly from Evangelicals on the radio. They throw around the word "truth" like they have the market cornered on what is true.
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It doesn't matter what size the baby is when it is killed, it's still a baby who got their life cut short because of the bad decisions other people made. That's something to be sad about. Please forgive me if people with actual morals think that it is wrong to kill babies. My "magical reality" is far more logical than yours. Maybe you should reconsider who exactly it is that has created the "magical reality".
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The thing is, it's not a baby. It's a fetus. It doesn't even look like anything close to a baby, nor has it developed any actual way to know it's alive.
Also, I actually would like to die, so there's that.
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a fetus has a different genetic code than the mother. So technically its a different person, which means that the mother cannot claim it as part of her body. That in turn means that she cannot make the decision to kill it. It should be considered a murder.
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Awsome point, bro.
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Coming from the guy who doesn't believe in global warming...
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2 ups, 3 replies
I love how liberals think only their opinion matters and that logic is the answer for everything. Oh and I also love how liberals have to call people shit because they are to stupid to think up a better explanation.
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2 ups, 2 replies
Logic is in the eye of the beholder. People almost always miss some of the factors in the equation. Of course, a huge issue is: 'are there absolute values?' Anybody who objectively observes the universe knows that there are. Those who don't are deciding for themselves what is "reality," which might just not be based on what they want to believe.
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I am a republican ok, and I will tell you exactly why liberals are wrong about everything. Here we go buckle in because we are going on an adventure. As a conservative and a republican I am following the word of the lord as I try to incorporate the lord's message in to everything I say and do. As a liberal however, what word do you even follow? Science? Common sense? Logic? The easy way out? Your so call 'opinions' have nothing to support them they are just opinions, I however have the lord telling me what is right and wrong. So please try again to submit another pointless opinion.
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2 ups, 1 reply
So essentially, liberals are wrong about everything because your imaginary friend says so. Gotcha.
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What makes conservatives wrong then? Also if your trying to make a point, flat out insulting someone isn't the way to go
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3 ups, 1 reply
Not sure if you are responding to me, but I'm commenting anyway. I consider myself a moderate, but I do believe in absolute values--specifically that there is a higher authority known as God (of the Bible, not as we understand him--but truly as he says he is). Without a Foundation, reality seems to be whatever anybody thinks it is & so any opinion is as good as any other. Our limited science, common sense, logic, or feelings do not actually change what is true.
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Um, if our feelings do not change what is true, why do we PRAISE JESUS to fill an emotional void? Why do we sympathize with unborn grain-sized parasites who are arguably contributing to excessive population and loss of resources?
Not sure exactly what your argument is other than that. We were on the topic of abortion, weren't we? This seems to have spun out of control.
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Remember that at one point, YOU were a parasite. And your inhumane and heartless comments prove that you still are. And we do not praise Jesus to fill a void, we do it because he deserves the praise. Why is it that people like you care more about polar bears than human beings? What kind of twisted logic has corrupted you?
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Abortion is based upon tossing out the argument that human life has an absolute value which is not determined by any belief of any person. And you don't "feel" an "emotional need" to justify yourself? The truth came first, before any of our feelings about that truth. At some point, there was no gray area. An example of a gray area, for us, is what to do to try & control population, if anything. How is going back to the basis why we have abortions 'out of control?' You probably are annoyed because it feels bad to you.
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Which truth?
What basis?
We don't have abortions out of control.
Why would it feel bad to me?
Can you make a coherent argument?
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Not to sound rude, but I honestly don't know if you are joking right now or being serious. You literally just criticized liberals for using logic, science and common sense, which seems to imply that you look down on these things. You also said that God tells you what is right and wrong. I can easily disprove that, since you don't follow the rules and commands in the Bible, but rather the rules and laws of the society in which you live.
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You're confusing values with truth. Values are not absolute, as you can easily see by looking at other cultures and societies. Truth is absolute. People can change values. They can't change what is true.
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Yes. I meant that people use "logic" but it's based on what they perceive as true, which may be different from an absolute truth (like the earth is spherical).
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Values change for people, truth is absolute
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1. Oh, wow, you're actually kinda dumb. Everyone thinks only their opinion matters, as you're now bashing my opinion and trying to hide it. Of course if people have clashing opinions, sparks are gonna fly.
Like, if you're implying that everyone's opinion matters, then that means my opinion matters, too, because from my experience here, I've observed my fair share of inbreds.
2. Too*
3. Are you kidding? I literally just gave you an in-depth explanation of my reasoning. You, on the other hand, did nothing to rebut me. You just said "You only think your opinion matters! You're rude and I don't like it, so you didn't explain anything!"
Like, grow some skin. It's the Internet, people are going to have differing opinions. If he hadn't said "ALL THESE PEOPLE ARE OBJECTIVELY WRONG," then I would have scrolled right past, but instead, he did, and it's essentially the biggest way to be a shitlord.
So, of course people will be against abortion for whatever reason; that I cannot change. However, to say that an entire demographic's opinions are objectively wrong and not expect your opinion to be challenged is just idiotic.
4. THIS IS A MEME GENERATOR. OH MY GOD, STOP DRAGGING POLITICS INTO EVERTHING. MAKE. FUNNY. MEMES. GO BACK TO FACEBOOK TO B**CH ABOUT COLLEGE LIBERALS, PLEASE. STOP. THIS HAS TO STOP.
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Funny how you complain that talking about politics are foolish here yet you make your comment as long as the wall of China
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Words of wisdom from Ronald Reagan. I love it.
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16 ups, 1 reply
Nice meme :) I'm still pro-choice, but nice meme :)
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13 ups, 1 reply
We may disagree on the subject but thank you for the props :)
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I'm vegetarian........does that mean I'm not a part of the club
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I tried vegetarian no-meat bacon in my plant biology class. Let's just say they've got a ways to go before I actually consider that as an alternative. :) But otherwise, good for you! Group hug, just don't mind the greasy fingers!...
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12 ups, 1 reply
This is a picture of my now 2 1/2 year old when she was 8 wks 4 days in utero. I tell people she was already showing off, looks like she is waving.
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5 ups, 1 reply
I'm teasing of course :)
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4 ups, 1 reply
LOL :-)
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5 ups, 2 replies
I hope you know I meant no offense by that :) my brain filter arrives next week :p
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4 ups, 1 reply
LOL I know you didn't!! No worries there. You have to admit my little gumdrop was a cutie! ;-)
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3 ups, 1 reply
This chameleon template is priceless.
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6 ups, 1 reply
Sometimes my text-only comments disappear, so by adding a meme comment like this, it basically serves as an anchor.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Hmm, interesting. I don't think I've encountered that issue so far.
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But, if I do, I'll add a placeholder meme too! See, memes can serve a purpose!!
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13 ups, 3 replies
great meme, for those who don't understand how abortion is immoral, i usually draw the comparison of a slave owner who views his property as subhuman
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8 ups, 2 replies
An adult human and an embryo are not equal in my opinion
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7 ups, 3 replies
Both have a unique DNA sequence, a unique "serial number" if you will. And as such, a unique life form is afforded all the protection given to others; life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. You can tell where the new life form begins and "the mother's body" ends on a cellular level.
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The difficulty here is that you have the "rights" of the embryo in contention with the woman's rights to her own body. So, it's not that the embryo doesn't have rights, it's simply that these rights are in conflict with the woman's rights. Which has the greater claim, then? Whose rights supersede the other's?
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3 ups, 1 reply
Well, some would argue that the embryo has absolutely no rights. My point was that, even if it does have rights, they would inherently be in conflict with the rights of the woman.
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Alright I guess because the embryo is not fully a person yet it can't speak up for its self. But even if the woman doesn't want the baby I am sure that there are dozens of people who would adopt a newborn. So I don't think that the woman should have the 'right' to kill something inside of her. I bet that more than half the women who have abortions regret it later in life.
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The unborn child is now dependent upon the mother with whom she shares half the DNA of the unborn child, so the unborn child's right to LIFE supercedes the mother's rights to CONVENIENCE. There is such a thing as giving a child up for adoption, as opposed to tearing it limb from limb with stainless steel surgical instruments inside the womb. There is such a thing as getting a vasectomy and in the case of the 73% illegitimate birth rate for minorities, maybe it should be a requirement before you get your EBT card.
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4 ups, 2 replies
I agree that they are both unique beings, but an embryo is not fully developed, and, IMO, not afforded the same rights as a baby that has been born.
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3 ups, 2 replies
But it's still living. An embryo is still a living creature even if it's not fully a person.
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5 ups, 3 replies
I agree that it's living, but I wouldn't say it's a "person" yet. More like a person in development or a person under construction.
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3 ups, 1 reply
Yes, I can agree with that. It's just my point is that an embryo is still a living thing, so by aborting you are still killing something. This is my opinion.
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So one human embryo is more important than the thousands of bugs you have killed?
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5 ups, 1 reply
I'd rather have a person that could possibly change the world instead of a thousand cockroaches
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A thousand cockraches can change the world too.
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0 ups, 3 replies
By far.
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I comprehend that, but I don't know why you think that's true. Who sets the rules? Why are "humans > non-humans".
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why?
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A being genetically classifiable as HUMAN, having 46 chromosomes, which are HUMAN chromosomes (since chimps have 46, also, but are NOT HUMAN). Only half of those chromosomes match the mother, so its chromosomes are UNIQUE (there is a clear separation of which cells belong to the mother and which to the embryo). The zygote, from conception, meets the scientific definition of LIFE (which can be found in ANY high school or college Biology textbook, AND which is why viruses are classified as NOT LIFE).

Are you SERIOUSLY arguing that a UNIQUE HUMAN LIFE is of less value than a thousand bugs?

I would say its more valuable than a GAJILLION-ZILLION frickin' bugs!
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bugs are the same, they are alive too, i'd say a thousand lives are worth more than one.
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HUMAN>non-human -- no further discussion needed

If you can't comprehend this, it just proves you are too illogical to continue this discourse. Good day, sir.
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And so... you tell me when the baby is viable. Seeing as how survivable premature births happen all the time and it's just a matter of advancing technology to keep taking viability earlier into pregnancy. Let's forget about "what you think" or your stinking opinion, let's talk facts. When is it a person? And why should that unique life form with a unique DNA sequence die in the womb most of the time for your convenience and because you can't control your genitalia or have Big Daddy get a vasectomy?
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It should be a person as soon as it has become a fetus. Just because it isn't as developed as much as a newborn doesn't make it not a living person if you will.
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"There is no scientific consensus as to when human life begins. It is a matter of philosophic opinion or religious belief. Human life is a continuum---sperm and eggs are also alive, and represent potential human beings, but virtually all sperm and eggs are wasted. Also, two-thirds of human conceptions are spontaneously aborted by nature."

"Personhood at conception is a religious belief, not a provable biological fact.

Religious communities have differing ideas on the definition of "person" or when abortion is morally justified. In the Canadian courts, however, a fetus has consistently been found not to be a person with legal rights."

http://www.prochoiceactionnetwork-canada.org/abortioninfo/misconce.shtml

Can an embryo breathe without its mother? Can an embryo eat without its mother eating?
Read up.
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Really?

According to the scientific definition of LIFE (the same one that defines viruses as "not life"), which can be found in any high school or college biology textbook, as soon as conception occurs, the zygote is alive. That it is a parasite is irrelevant. Parasites are alive.

It has 46 chromosomes. But not just any chromosomes, HUMAN chromosomes (after all chimps have 46, also, but they're not human).

And the genetic profile is different from the mother's. It has its own body.

So we are dealing with a UNIQUE HUMAN LIFE.

The real reason abortions occur in the United States is that women do not want to face the consequences and responsibilities of their choices and actions. The vast majority of Americans of child-bearing age know that no birth control (I prefer the term "pregnancy hindrance") method is 100% effective. They know that they are still taking a chance of getting pregnant. That is still a choice and action with consequences and responsibilities.

Maybe it's time society stops thinking of sex as "just a good time" and think of it as it should be thought, "making a baby".
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Okay, lets hold to that standard then. Full development is the standard for the cutoff for abortion. So by that standard it would be okay to execute the mentally retarded. Those that are and are about to be born with microencephaly thanks to zika, physical deformities that prevent limbs from growing.
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Like a unique hook worm?
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I'm gonna have to respectfully disagree even if it isn't human, it's still denying it a chance at life. But everyone has their own opinions
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4 ups
Spot on!
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This is not a valid analogy. A slave is not part of the owner's body / biology, and owning a slave does not affect the owner's body / biology in the way pregnancy affects a woman. The slave owner has no rightful claim upon the life of the slave. This is not the case for a pregnant woman and an embryo.
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The need for better access and education for birth control would prevent a LOT of unwanted pregnancies.

Colorado did just that. The number of teen pregnancies dropped dramatically, as did the number of abortions.

Texas went the other direction and guess what happened. Both increased, even after shuttering many of the women's health clinics.

So, should women bevthe only ones to receive education and birth control? No, guys need it, too. Right now, most guys don't consider the consequences of their actions. If she gets pregnant and he dumps her, the chances of welfare coming after his pay increases exponentially. It's automatic, these days. Even if you could job hop, the state will be there to snag your earnings and, if you have anything coming back, your tax refund.

Just say no is a poor choice for birth control.
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I know opposition will come at me from all angles for what I am about to say. But I really don't understand how pregnancies are truly unwanted. Except for **pe. That of course is unwanted. But for all the other scenarios, well, do they all mean to say they didn't know what was going to happen? But is it a matter of not knowing or not caring about what happens?

" Right now, most guys don't consider the consequences of their actions." You can say that again.
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4 ups, 1 reply
I agree. I'm pro choice, in that we have a choice to not participate in actions that cause pregnancy. That's also when we should be making choices about our body. The exception is repe or incest.
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We also have the choice to participate in actions that could cause pregnancy, but should take the precautions needed to prevent unwanted pregnancies. Copulation for recreation is a lot more common than you would think. My wife and I decided that three kids were enough because that's all we could afford. My youngest is 35, not but do you think we practiced abstinence since he was born? Sorry, but sex is fun even within the confines of marriage. In an urban society, only a fool believes he must populate an entire village, especially when he can barely afford to support the children that he has.
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No, I meant birth control. I don't live in a fairy tail world where people wait until the ate married and can afford a baby before before they have sex. I'm thankful that when my classmate taught me about sex, she also taught me about using a condom. That's why I can say I have 3 children. No loose little Swigglets running around, and no abortions performed because I was careless or thoughtless.

People are going to do the deed, no matter what. Just like any other sport, you want to be prepared to take the field, but have the proper safety gear, as needed.
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Regardless of marital status or the sufficient funds to raise a family, people should be aware of what their actions could result in. In this case it would be a pregnancy. And if that isn't on their list then they should avoid it. Like people who goes to parties and get carried away. They didn't want to get pregnant so why did they go and engage in an unprotected intercourse? Because like you said, sex is fun. But you was aware of what your actions could cause. And you took the appropriate measures to prevent it. That was the responsible thing to do.

When I said self control. I didn't necessarily mean a total abstinence. I mean for one to have enough control over their selves that they think about the consequences of their action. And hopefully choose the right path, not just the most pleasing at the time. Unfortunately some people simply isn't going to care. They are not going to be told what to do and they will not care what their actions result in.
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And, like has happened in States like Colorado, where education about birth control is stressed, and methods for birth control are available to anyone, often at no charge, more people of all ages are prepared, both the number of teen pregnancies went down and the number of abortions dropped dramatically.

Abortion should be the last resort. Yes, even with all we taught our girls, our oldest daughter de ided she wanted a baby. Here boyfriend stuck by her, and they were later married. But when she finally got up the nerve to talk to me about it, my first question was what are you going to do about it. She looked stunned, then said, "I'm not getting an abortion, if that's what you mean. I'm going to have the baby." I did the only thing a father should do: I gave her a hug and said I support that decision. I'm glad because I don't really know how I would have reacted if the conversation went the other way. It is up to the parent to not only make sure that there children undetstand what birth control is and why they should practice it, but also the morality of their actions. Today, from my three children, I have 8 living grandkids. My youngest had one miscarriage and that first grandchild from my oldest was stillborn. But not a single abortion. When the next generation is ready, I suspect that they'll carry o. The tradition of taking responsibility for a new life.
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Love it!!!
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9 ups, 1 reply
Liberals be like...
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There was never wind to blow
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*mind
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2 ups
Lol. Such irony.
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I support the rights of the embryonic manatee. No woman should ever be allowed to abort a manatee that is growing inside her.
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It is a well-known fact that most black-market manatee abortions occur in South America. Often the aborted embryo or fetus is freeze-dried immediately after the procedure, then set in resin and lacquered, for later sale as a fertility charm.
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I mean, what a Miracle that would be, a manatee fetus growing inside a human woman! I suppose it would have to be removed eventually, perhaps by caesarean.
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The question is why is it a crime to kill baby manatees and not a crime to kill baby humans.
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I don't think it's a crime to abort a baby manatee (not that it's ever been done, or any laws passed to govern it). I'm actually not too well versed on manatee-law.
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0 ups, 2 replies
Abortion is legal, you brain-dead asswipe.
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Someone has had a very good day.
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5 ups
HOLY CRAP! Dark, but excellent!
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4 ups, 1 reply
It's fun watching liberals and conservatives flame each other over unborn babies while the world crumbles due to racism, terrorism, and other kinds of stupidity.
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Agreed.
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Glad I'm not alone!
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3 ups, 2 replies
Please, tell me more about how a blanket description of "wrong" can be applied to every decision to own slaves.
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Owning a slave and aborting a baby ain't even the same f**kin' thing. It ain't the same f**kin' ballpark, it ain't the same league, it ain't even the same f**kin' sport. Would people please stop making this comparison / analogy? Slavery is inherently wrong, in all cases. One human being can never rightfully own another human being. Abortion is much more complex. That is why abortion remains to be an issue of contention. No one is still debating the merits of slavery.
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You know, you are right. Forgive my error. It didn't occur to me that the slave gets to live. What basis do you make the claim that slavery is inherently wrong? Society? 200 years ago, you would have been wrong to make such claims. Now that society says it's wrong, we trust society? Abortion is much simpler. You kill the human baby, then it's over. You don't have to worry about an aborted baby trying to run away all the time. You don't have to feed an aborted baby. Much simpler indeed.
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Society's view of something as right or wrong is not what makes it right or wrong. Regardless of how American society viewed slavery two- or three-hundred years ago, it was as wrong then as it is today. And of course, society did eventually realize its error, ushering us into the Civil War. Consider also segregation during the Civil Rights movement. Society had accepted it, but that did not make it right. And again, we eventually admitted that we had been wrong, and segregation was abandoned.

And to clarify, when I say abortion is a much more complex issue than slavery, I am talking about the morality of abortion, not its effectiveness or utility in eliminating an unwanted pregnancy, nor how that quick resolution compares with maintaining a slave. Both sides of the abortion issue have merit - again, that is why the debate continues. In contrast, no one today that we would call "reasonable" would ever argue in favor of slavery, or call for a return to a slave society. Slavery is wrong. We've admitted that to ourselves and to history. There is no further discussion or debate.
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Thank you for posting that! Someone understands that it's not just a black and white issue. There are gray areas.
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Both... Its a husband and wife team that both use the same user name!
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People in the ProLife movement say there are two victims when an abortion occurs and I agree with your meme.
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But not "the" victim. "A" victim - a live victim.
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That was not my intent behind that 1st world problems meme. However, you are absolutely right.
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10 ups
You can still make a hard decision, and be wrong.
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It's a debate that is as old as time.
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So true.
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3 ups
I tend to lean toward pro-choice but this joke is very clever. so it takes my upvote. Well done.
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I really wish we could keep this discussion on-topic and about the manatees...
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raise your hand if your a living fetus. (you know whats awkward... besides the spelling of awkward... is surviving your abortion... (it happens))
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2 ups
This theory conflicts with itself on so many levels.
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2 ups, 1 reply
You'll never understand liberty.
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But let's face it. Abortion should be partially legal. If a girl was **ped and than was positive on a pregnancy test, it wasn't her fault. Also, some women cannot carry a child due to health problems. And, men shouldn't be able to have complete authority as most decisions are usually not suitable for some women. I'm still pro-choice there.
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I agree. There should be no reason to ban it for everyone.
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*R a p e d. Apparently I can't type that.
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1 up, 1 reply
You are not sentient until about six months after birth. Think i'm wrong?
Can you remember being born?!
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1 up, 1 reply
I can't remember being 4 years old. Does that mean I was not sentient? I don't remember what I ate for dinner last week. Does that mean I was not sentient?
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0 ups, 1 reply
It just means that you are not terribly smart....
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0 ups, 1 reply
Not remembering what you ate a week ago has nothing to do with how smart you are.
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Tuturu! *slowly walks away*
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1 up
Ha!
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2 ups, 1 reply
Lol :) nice
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Thanks! I made it with my old account!
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0 ups, 1 reply
So true. Sad that there are those that would murder to avoid embarrassment.
We need support groups - not murder.
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Murder to avoid embarrassment... Kinda like the hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians killed in Iraq by Bush and Cheney? Or is it more like Trump backtracking on his comments about Clinton and Obama being the founders of ISIS?
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If a law was passed to make all pro-lifers and anti-abortionists have to adopt and raise 4 unwanted babies or orphan babies, I'm sure they'll quickly become pro-choicers and pro-abortion.
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Because you can't control your reproductive organs like a thinking adult, you are going to "force" people to adopt your bastard children? You should be sterilized because you can't handle your own body's gonads.
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Sure, it's deep. However, would a fetus actually be thinking about that? Would a fetus know that his/her mother is going to kill him/her? Read a book, dude.
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Would an infant know his mother was going to drown him?

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/baby-drowned-pond-mother-accused-murder-myrtle-beach-south-carolina/
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I've never heard that quote in the title. Hilarious. Thank you, Ronald Reagan (disclaimer: please do not make any assumptions about my stance on abortion, based on the fact that I like the quote).
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You are one sick little douchebag.
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So is abortion, and yet here we are.
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Just some shameless self-promotion: Check out my Disney Princess Survival Horror Tale meme and vote for your favorite girls! Round 1 ends in ~24 hours! [url=imgflip.com/i/18zta9][img]i.imgflip.com/18zta9.jpg (click to show)[/img][/url]
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I have never seen this meme before :)
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3 ups, 2 replies
just look up 'f*ck my mom is gonna kill me' its a 4chan meme
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looks like we used the same google search for the stock photo of the girl. And lets say I did copy this on purpose, or saw it before but forgot or happen to make almost the same meme by unlikely coincidence. Doesn't matter. The message is more important than the top spot on this one. I'm sure the other creator would agree.
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Sounds like you just reposted with different words if you 'happened' to use the same stock photo of the girl. The message has less to do with abortion and more about birth control. And to answer any questions about reposts, and why they are annoying is because most people have seen these memes before. By posting this on imgflip you are taking credit for something you didn't make. Other sites where reposts are more common might make it obvious that it is a repost, but this didn't happen.
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2 ups, 1 reply
What's wrong with reposts?
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Taking credit for someone else's clever idea... Yeah, what could possibly be wrong with that? And it's okay for comedians to steal other comedians' jokes, too, right? How about authors? Surely it would be okay for me to write a book series about Larry Cotter, that follows the adventure of a boy wizard as he grows and battles evil?

Do you and socrates REALLY not get this?
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0 ups, 1 reply
Memes are meant to be shared, soooo.... quit whining.
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0 ups, 1 reply
Sharing's great, as long as you give credit where credit is due.
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0 ups, 1 reply
I agree, but using Google doesn't give you names. And most memes are just reposts of reposts of reposts. Unless you're using Photoshop and creating original memes through that, everything is pretty much a repost.
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So, because everyone's doing it, it's okay?

Been wanting to loot, now I know I can!

Sorry. Sarcasm on overdrive. Haven't had my coffee, yet.
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I think we agree to some degree. If you know who posted the meme, give them credit. If you don't know it's a repost, I don't see any reason to have to apologize that it may be a repost. Oh well, moving on.
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Well, looting is a far cry from meming, but I get the sarcasm. I just hate it when I post a meme and someone shouts repost. I've made memes that I've never seen before and someone comes on and accuses me of reposting. If I've never seen the meme, I can't rightly give credit to someone else.
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But it's SOOOO easy to run a quick Google Image search. I'm not egotistical enough to believe I'm the only clever person around. And, for example, I KNOW I'm not the only one who thought these (imgflip.com/i/17g6pv) were the lyrics to that song (when I was much younger), and thought sure someone else must have done the meme.

I wasn't a big repost nazi until someone reposted one of my memes (not just a similar meme, but the EXACT meme) and claimed credit for it. Accidental reposts happen, granted, but there are ways to lessen the chances of doing so. It takes so little effort, and shows respect for other memers.

Probably the biggest problem of all is that I am a for-real obsessive-compulsive (not just someone with a quirk). I recognize that I'm blowing it way out of proportion. It's very difficult for me to just let it go, but I'm promising you right now that I will try. Reprogramming my brain (as I tend to think of it) is not an easy thing, let me tell you.

That's sort of my way of apologizing for earlier comments that were dickhead-ish.
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