.Originally Posted by Crow
Originally Posted by Art Deco
Bravo Crow, this has been my point all along this murdering thug has been butchering babies for years. Eating some of their remains would be perfectly in character for this butchering monster in human form.
Don't say bravo yet, you evidently aren't getting my point. When you tout an unproven allegation of a gross and detestable act which is highly unlikely to have occurred, you look like a nutcase when the accusations are unsupported and dismissed.
Some people don't care if others get this impression of them, and ordinarily I don't care what people think either.
But when someone on the anti-abortion side rants and raves about a sensational non-issue it does more than weaken that person's reputation. It undermines the pro-life position.
Look at how crackpot Christians have made God look to the world. Look at how false prophesies and stupid promises have undermined the message of Christ.
Every little piece of untruth we back as truth, every little rumor that we seize like a pitbull and refuse to let go of despite being proven unfounded chips away at the credibility of the pro-life cause. Just as Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker's antics erroded the credibility of the Christian community in the eyes of the unsaved, and made all of us look like a bunch of easy dupes that will buy into blatant fraud.
Art, why in the hell would someone want to believe a person who appears gullible? Why would someone undecided on the abortion issue or someone who is pro-abort even listen to a movement whose proponents back provable untruths?
This is why it bothers me when people rush into judgement and condemnation without waiting to see if it is proven to be true. Just as proclaiming fake miracles make God look like make-believe, proclaiming cannibalism falsely makes us less believable when we tell the truth, that the doctor in question murders babies.
If we are part liar, nothing we say will be believed
:thumb: Right on!