What we are not getting, which I’ve been struggling to try and phrase, is the concrete and often forced conversation that we as Americans believe in protecting all children except for those whose parents are undocumented.
1. We are being ripped apart as a country because we are trying to force women to have babies they don’t want. Then, when these babies exist we complain that our taxes have to take care of them.
2. We as a country disgustingly state that, “if they didn’t break the law” as a little power move to justify so much darkness in the laws in our country. The undeniable truth, if you use this phrase in modern day, you’re kind of a monster. How do you justify babies in cages with that phrase? If you feel righteous for making that stance, you are kinda the worse kind of person. . . Heartless.
3. If we are forcing women to have babies, then why aren’t more people foster parents? Didn’t we all just hear Mesa County needs 47 more foster families? Oh? That’s right because unwanted babies can’t be fostered by the families who didn’t want or can afford them in the first place.
4. So, we need more foster families. However, gay couples still have to go above and beyond to make it happen versus their straight counterparts.
So, do we believe in families or don’t we? It sounds like we don’t know what we’re actually okay with because we believe in barriers that keep families separated. Pro-life ends at birth because lord knows there’s a lot of black babies who could use a home.
As a man, my opinion about abortion is irrelevant. I’m very comfortable saying that. So what I’m asking folks to recognize is this:
Does you belief in family dynamics include all families and if children are unwanted, what are you doing to remedy that?