Creepy Pro-Abortion Ad an Affront to Human Decency (Video)

Damn… this ad from the Center for Reproductive Rights is just too sick to believe.

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade we didn’t buy a ruby. Instead, the Center for Reproductive Rights asked Mehcad Brooks of the USA Network’s “Necessary Roughness” and HBO’s “True Blood” to prepare a special video message just for you.

See how much of this crudeness you can stomach before you turn it off.

If I didn’t know any better I would say that this grotesquerie was created by an anti-abortion group posing as a pro-abort group to turn people away from abortion because I can’t think of a more repellent way to celebrate Roe v Wade’s 40th anniversary than to have some asinine  black MAN sitting back in his comfy arm chair sounding all sexy and Barry Whitish about what some white abortionists like to call ridding the world of “ugly black babies.”

What a thing to celebrate:

Recall that abortion disproportionately impacts the African American community. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that black Americans had a staggering 42% of all abortions in America in 2008 (the most recent year for which abortion data is available) yet according to the Census Bureau, African Americans composed only 12.6 percent of the total population.



In Mississippi, black babies make up an astounding 78% of the abortions. Happy 40th baby.

Could he not have used a more unfortunate choice of words? The clod.

And then there’s the fact that this is a man celebrating abortion – in essence – a man celebrating  his right to pressure a woman into having an abortion because presumably he’s too feeble or immature or irresponsible or just too much of a selfish jerk to be a father.

The study “Induced abortion and traumatic stress: A preliminary comparison of American and Russian women” published in Medical Science Monitor found that 64% of American women “felt pressured by others” to have an abortion. We can safely assume that some of the individuals doing the pressuring were men.

How many women have been pressured by their men into having abortions they didn’t want, and later cried bitter tears of regret — meanwhile this smarmy ass sits there smugly trying to act all sexy and cool about it. Up yours, buddy. You disgust me.

This man has a much more compelling  abortion ad. Josiah is an ordinary young man, with an extraordinary story.

Not to mention Norma McCorvey, the Woman Behind Roe v. Wade  says,  “I’m Dedicating My Life to Overturning It”

Norma McCorvey, known to the world as Jane Roe, the plaintiff in the well-known Roe v. Wade case that legalized abortion in the United States, explains her effort to obtain a legal abortion in the 1970s when facing an unplanned pregnancy. However, she has never had an abortion and now realizes that her court case was the biggest mistake of her life and currently fights to stop abortion.


3 thoughts on “Creepy Pro-Abortion Ad an Affront to Human Decency (Video)

  1. Their depravity knows no limit-we are all going to pay for this immorality, in fact are paying right now for the godlessness of the left


  2. That CRR video is one of the most repulsive things I have ever viewed.

    To think we just had a national discussion over a War on Women, Binders of qualified Women and a over aged and over sexed law student who had no self control who wanted every one else pay for her unfettered sexual proclivities. Don’t look now you feminazi’s but, fifty years of claiming that a female doesn’t need a male for anything, including raising a child, burning the bra, and being manipulated by the very people who claimed to have supported you. Well, that swirl and giant sucking sound is everything going down the drain, right before your eyes. As Bill might say, “you might want to get some ice for that lip”.

    I guess your recent useful “tool”, Sandra Fluke wasn’t available for the shoot on that video, eh? Just goes to prove that after all these years, you really do need a man after all.

    You’ve come a long way, Baby!
    [not so much]


  3. it’s so obvious now that the “conversation about abortion” in our country has evolved into something like George Orwell’s book “1984” and the “doublespeak” thing… where the meaning of words or phrases are completely turned upside-down… the real “war on women” in this country is being waged by the abortion industry:


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