Furthermore, I thought religious fanatics believe that life starts at conception. This "womb to tomb" slogan contradicts that, because conception does NOT take place in the "womb". Fertilization takes place in the fallopian tubes, and then the conceptus moves to implant in the lining of the uterine wall. So life really happens before the womb, at least according to them when they're trying to argue issues like abortion. Or is that only the BS they claim to believe when they're getting all-self righteous, and preachy? know it would be too complicated to say that life goes from the second you're born to the second you expire.
Friday, June 3, 2011
Life "from womb to tomb" is nonsense
I know that there is nothing more impressive to certain, simple-minded people than short, infantile slogans that rhyme. Never mind the fact that their slogan, "from womb to tomb" makes no sense, in the case of certain so-called "pro-lifers". After all, you aren't alive well before you make it to your tomb. You probably haven't been alive for several days before you are put in your tomb. Anyway, there is nothing to say that you reached your tomb naturally. There are a lot of unnatural things that could put one in a tomb too, and to listen to their slogan, they apparently support that too. Suicide puts you in a tomb, doesn't it?