LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The war on wee ones
There is no war on women, only a war on wee-ones.
“Sympathy for the Devil,” a Rolling Stones tune from their 1968 album “Beggars Banquet,” is a first-person narrative from the perspective of Lucifer, the narrator, who with chilling, narcissistic relish, recounts his exploits over the course of human history.
The following verse, recounts Lucifer’s participation in man’s inhumanity to man during the dark days of World War II.
“I rode a tank
Held a general’s rank
When the blitzkrieg raged
And the bodies stank.”
But much has transpired since 1968, and Lucifer might wish to relish more recent exploits, beginning with Roe v. Wade and reaching their zenith with “Gosnell’s Grisly House of Horrors,” and so he chants.
“With guile and guilt-free guise called women’s right to choose, I masterfully market my myth, the war on women, to mask my war on wee-ones. To my credit, nearly 3,300 innocents are exterminated daily with 1.2 million annihilated every year.”
“I scoff at the cowards who cower for fear of implication in my fictitious war on women; weak-kneed warriors who tremble and quake while my brave battalions march boldly to victory over the broken bodies of aborted babies.”
“I stand at the breach and revel as the war on wee-ones rages on. The carnage is spectacular; the sweet smell of death pleasures my nostrils, as their tattered corpses are stacked like cord wood in the court yard of human calamity.”
“Imagine; 60 million tiny testaments to my grand and glorious war on wee-ones.”
— Jim Arnold, Central Indiana
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