The Tim Tebow Super Bowl Ad controversy is heating up with women's groups across the nation. So naturally it was not surprising that it became a topic on conversation on Tuesday's edition of The View.Sure, and Ms. Behar could have been a productive, intelligent, helpful member of society, but instead she is on "The View." Well, at least she inspires viewers to think, "Wow, if she can hold a job, the sky is the limit for me!"
What was surprising was Joy Behar's comments regarding Tim Tebow, including the following quote:
“The only argument against any of it is, that, you know, he could just as easily become some kind of a rapist pedophile. I mean, you don’t know what someone’s going to be,”
Behar continued, saying, "In this case, he [Tebow, that is] turned out to be great; but it's not an argument about abortion or not abortion..." I suppose she is correct in the sense that she actually didn't offer an argument or anything resembling coherent, post-first-grade thought. Instead, she suggests that killing an unborn child can be justified on the grounds the child might turn out to be a "rapist pedophile." Which suggests the following:
1. She implicitly admits it is a child who is being aborted, as even rapist pedophiles were once unborn babies, who are then born, grow up, etc.But, to be fair to Ms. Behar, her remark is built, however pathetically, upon prevailing pro-abortion "wisdom", which includes (but is not limited to) the following assumptions:
2. She apparently believes those who choose to have abortions also have psychic abilities, able to peer into the future and see what awaits their unborn child.
3. But, then, she immediately admits, "you don't know what someone's going to be." A classic "covering-all-of-my-confused-and-contradictory-bases" move.
4. Which means she believes (or feels?) it is alright to kill an unborn baby based on the completely subjective notion that the child might turn out to be a "rapist pedophile."
5. Of course, if that is the case, what would be the argument against killing a three-year-old who is mean to the house cat, or the nine-year-old who yells at you for no good reason, or the fifteen-year-old who plays rap music really loud despite your pleas to "Kill the beat"?
6. And, taken further (logically, that is), it follows that if it is alright to terminate someone because of what they might do, it is arguably alright to kill anyone at anytime on the basis that they might rape, murder, or molest small children.
1. There is no truth, and that is the truth.By the way, the controversial commercial, which was produced by Focus on the Family, hasn't even been made public yet. But that didn't stop Jehmu Greene, President of Women's Media Center, from going on "The O'Reilly Factor" in order to prove that she is just as witless and soulless as Joy Behar:
2. There is no actual right or wrong, and I'm right when I tell you how wrong you are to think otherwise.
3. Unborn babies aren't really human, especially if they might grow up in poverty, which no human should have to do.
4. "What I do with my body is my business alone and no one can judge me or my actions, you sanctimonious, narrow-minded, fundamentalist jerk!"
5. I have the right to kill a baby. You have no right to question my choice. None. Shut up. Now.
O'REILLY: Why would it do that though? If it's a positive ad that I made my choice and it was the right choice and I'm happy we made the choice and Tim obviously is happy, why is that trying to take anything away from anybody? It's a positive statement.Oh, now I get it: "women's groups" are upset that if CBS airs a commercial with a woman expressing happiness that she didn't kill her son when he was a baby, it will take away the right of homosexual men to have abortions when they get pregnant. Got it. Why didn't she just say that in the first place?
GREENE: This is clearly a thinly veiled attempt to undermine a woman's right to…
GREENE: ...make decisions about her reproductive decisions.
O'REILLY: How? How is it though? I don't understand how it undermines anything. It just tells their story.
GREENE: I think it tells a story of a woman who had that right…
O'REILLY: Exercised it and it came out well for them.
GREENE: Yes, it did turn out well for them. But taking that choice away from American women who have…
O'REILLY: But they're not trying to take it away.
GREENE: Clearly, clearly Focus on the Family has an anti-choice agenda. They also have…
O'REILLY: Whoa, whoa, whoa. That's true, Focus on the Family's…
GREENE: ...a homophobic agenda.
O'REILLY: Wait, wait, wait.