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Ashley Judd Video Mocks Abortion, Santorum: Women of Virtue Needed Comments

The stars of the "choice" universe have gone way beyond their worn-out euphemisms and are now embracing shameless mockery.  Ashley Judd and crew have made a video that mocks the act of killing babies in the womb. They mock the violence of stopping the heartbeat of a child. What a hilarious analogy they've drawn by comparing an abortion to Rick Santorum's suspended Presidential campaign, if you're someone who finds dead babies and ... Continue Reading

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  1. JeanCatherine
    2 years ago

    Thumbs up to all good people here who embrace life and support it vocally and peacefully in witness.

  2. JeanCatherine
    2 years ago

    To all of you quiet virtuous women out there I know your there:

    Humbly I hope Im one of them. If your out there come here and be out there and stand up and be counted as virtuous women of these times. You only have to try thats all thats asked and you dont have to be violent about it. You just have to pray and support the Culture of Life in any small way you can.

    Im hoping one day to witness the last March of Life in Washington to end abortion.

    If you can be there at your Marches. Support your life centers everywhere as best you can.

    Im at Pro-Life/Catholic Christian Laywoman's Blog: Jean'sBistro2010's blog at Wordpress. Come see me and pass it on to friends if you like. There might be something there for everyone during the new evangelization.

    Love in Christ JeanCatherine

  3. Jackson1961
    2 years ago

    That is pretty bad when mothers insist that killing their children is their greatest contribution to the world.

  4. Rob
    2 years ago

    I pray that some day that all people realize the inherent dignity they have being sons and daughters of God the Father. It must grieve the Father greatly to see his children behave this way. We need to just work harder to save souls because these folks are lost.

  5. Tony R
    2 years ago

    awesome article.
    I watched the movie courageous as well. It gave a powerful message to men. It has shown half of the problem in our society. They need to make a movie now with the focus on women. This article is right on the mark. We now need to put the puzzle pieces together, women and men; we have wandered away from God’s creation plan for us. We need to find our True calling. With some critical self-analysis of ourselves and help from our Catholic friends, we can get there.
    Articles like this are like a GPS that helps us check our footing.

  6. mikem
    2 years ago

    When Roe vs. Wade was decided years ago, Catholics should have mobilized everything. Not enough was done then, nor in the intervening years - for reasons that we now know. This video represents the fruit of the rotten tree. In St. Thomas More's tower writing called "The Dialogue" his nephew asks him why the kingdom is having such troubles, and his answer was that evil has spread and is reaping its fruit. Just like now. Maybe God is blessing the Muslim's even though they ENFORCE objective behavior, at least they are not perpetrating so much OBJECTIVE evil. This woman, Ashley Judd, is mired in objective evil to which she has given her assent. I pray that her family CORRECTS her. As far as the call for virtuous women...I think the Pope's reform of the women religious NEEDS TOTAL SUPPORT in action and in prayer. p.s. is web mail off here? Fri. 10:00 pm EDST.??

  7. vance
    2 years ago

    Thank you Jennifer for another enlightening and inspirational article. I found myself cheering as though you were on stage giving a speech. Ashley Judd is just another septic tank creature from Hollywood strutting her sickness. We Catholics and Christians can exercise our Vote and not pay money to see her movies. I absolutely will not watch any movie or TV program that she is on. This applies to other Hollywood sicko's as well.

  8. DENISE M. SHARAR
    2 years ago

    I AM WORRIED ABOUT WHAT'S GOING ON IN SOCIETY. I SAY AT LEAST 4 ROSARIES A WEEK AND I AM BACK INTO MEDITATION. LIFE STARTS AT THE CELLULAR LEVEL, PERIOD. I PRAY AND MEDITATE ON A PICTURE OF JESUS. AS AN OLD SAGE SAID,
    "MEDITATION IS LKE TAKING A LEAR JET BACK TO GOD." WE CAN CHANGE THINGS! I WILL NEVER GIVE UP! IF ANYONE IS INTERESTED IN MEDITATION BUY THE LITTLE BOOK: HOW TO MEDITATE BY REV. LOUIS J. PUHL, S. J.. SAINT PADRE PIO SAID, "IF YOU DON'T HAVE TIME FOR BOTH PRAYER AND MEDITATION, MEDITATE." WE CAN CHANGE THINGS!!!!! AS JESUS SAID, " FATHER FORGIVE THEM FOR THEY KNOW NOT WHAT THEY DO."

  9. Wes Lisitza
    2 years ago

    It doesn't take much to look up Ashley Judd's credentials and see what sort of person she is. Just to note, she's a very active individual for humanitarian efforts world-wide, particularly to be the global ambassador of YouthAids. Likewise, Judd has worked hard to take the political spotlight for specific causes, notably Mr. Obama's campaign in 2008. Finally, Ms. Judd is recognized for having suffered with depression, codependency, and insomnia. With that being said, it seems only natural that a person with such problems would push herself toward making other people happy by enabling them because she isn't happy with herself more than half the time. As for making a video on "Funny or Die" that makes fun of abortion and throws muck on a devoted pro-life politician who wears his faith on his sleeve; Wormwood and Screwtape couldn't have done better. "Funny or Die" really just ought to change its name to "To Jokes They Tell in Hell", because only the damned could pass off infant murder as humor and laugh about it.

  10. Eric
    2 years ago

    Could be a satire on the word 'aborts' in the heading "Santorum aborts presidential campaign".
    Santorum lost his presidential bid. Like Regan he might win in 2016/2020.
    Also the women who care and love their children is a lot lot...... more than the women who do not. Children have to be nurtured and if this is not done the saying "life goes on will not be true"


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