Isn’t technology great?
Thanks to a new Google Chrome extension you can browse the web without inadvertently being reminded that the choice of abortion results in the death of living beings. The extension replaces the phrase “pro-life” with “anti-choice” on browsers of those users who add it.
With one swift change to Google Chrome you can pretend you are advocating for something good, like choice.
Google is all about the logo doodles for special events in history. I couldn’t let the opportunity pass without celebrating this new extension with my own Google doodle. (Karl Knighton)
We all like choices such as picking out curtains or ordering from a menu at a restaurant. Why should abortion be any different? Why shouldn’t you be able to choose between taking a death pill, having your baby suctioned from the womb, or crushing its tiny head and tearing it apart limb by limb?
When weighing choices like these why would you want those pesky reminders that you are dealing with human life?
To those “choice” loving people, “pro-life” is clearly just a hateful phrase used by mean people to make others feel bad about killing innocent human beings. How rude!
But “choice” is a special kind of word that enables you to see the positive side of death, dismemberment, and trafficking of human body parts.
So why let a simple reminder of life get you down when Google can help you concentrate on choices instead?
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