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Rebecca Kiessling: “Abortion is worse than rape!”

by Noah Lugeons

Alright, so she didn’t say it exactly like that.

I wrote about this abortio-fascist the other day and apparently I wasn’t the only one who was shocked and offended by her “conceived in rape” tour in Mississippi. It would seem that MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow also took her to task over her brazenly insensitive call for the propagation of genetic material from rapists.

Well, now Kiessling has responded with the same type of meaningless but heartfelt non sequiturs that she smears over the homepage of her website. In her recent rebuttal of Maddow’s “attack”, she excoriates the liberal pundit for referring to her as “the rapist’s child”. This statement, while factually correct, is painted as an intentional insult at Kiessling’s heritage (by Kiessling, mind you, not by Maddow).

It should strike no one as odd that Kiessling was able to traverse the logical gymnastics required to take that as an insult. Keep in mind that this is a person who says on her own website that people who favor woman having access to abortion are, for all intents and purposes, saying that they wish she was dead.

So this despicable abortion-that-should-have-been says in her response (without the slightest hint of irony or at least a winking emoticon):

[A]fter everything they’ve been through, Maddow has the audacity to refer to the rape victim’s child as being “the rapist’s child”?! The ones who abort are four times more likely to die within the next year*. If you truly have compassion for a rape victim, you’d want to protect her from the abortion and not the baby! A baby is not the worst thing that could ever happen to a rape victim — an abortion is.

*source: Rebecca Kiessling’s ass.

Okay, Rebecca, once for the record:

“You personally haven’t been through anything.”

That’s right. Take a second to let that one soak in. The fact that you’re able to make a career out of glorifying your mother’s tragedy doesn’t entitle you to any second-hand empathy. You have no pre-zygotic memories of your mother’s trauma. You did not suffer. Your mother did. Your mother was hamstrung by nosey fucktards like yourself that thought they knew better what your mother could do with her body than she did. She was raped once by your father (and yes, regardless of your interrobang, you are the “rapist’s child”) and then again by an uncaring, unsympathetic, male dominated legal system.

So, for the record, the worst thing that happens to a rape victim is not an abortion and it’s not a baby. It is being raped, you callous bitch.

  1. groggy456
    June 10, 2011 at 10:50 AM

    Well done, sir. Another shred-fest. I think the thing that strikes me the most is her complete and utter lack of empathy, evinced by her inability (unwillingness?) to see any other point of view.

    “To be pro-woman is to recognize that women are much stronger than they are given credit for, and to understand that a baby is not the scary enemy. No woman has to be afraid of a baby!”

    Dead women aren’t very strong.

    Every woman should be afraid of this baby.

  2. MetalGoddess
    November 7, 2011 at 8:41 PM

    I wasn’t aware that women are afraid of babies. I myself find babies to be kind of cute until they shit their diapers or start squalling. I decided in my 20’s that motherhood just was not my cup of tea and I’ll be damned if this broad and some rapist are going to override my decision that was made after long thought and very clear headed consideration. For this arrogant bitch to assume that women who don’t particularly feel thrilled at conceiving rapists’ children are afraid of babies is really elementary school tactics.

  3. Katharine
    November 10, 2011 at 7:07 PM

    “So, for the record, the worst thing that happens to a rape victim is not an abortion and it’s not a baby. It is being raped, you callous bitch.”

    Very well said! That’s exactly what I thought when I saw this statement quoted in a Washington Post editorial a few days ago. Who/what the hell gives her the knowledge, authority, and right to tell me or any other woman how I should feel after being raped? She really is a callous bitch, and part of me wishes that somebody would give her a taste of her medicine…

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