Zo: GOP, 2016, Governor Palin, and the Pro-Life Message

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Warning: If you're prone to getting your panties in a wad at the mere thought of someone being bold, brazen, and unabashed about socially conservative principles, you might not want to watch this. If you are among those who think the GOP needs to drop its pro-life stance so as not to be accused of some bogus "war on women," you, too, might not want to watch this. If you are sold on the idea that a Rand Paul or Ted Cruz can take it all in 2016, you're likely to not like what he has to say, so you might not want to watch this. And alas, if you're in the go-along-to-get-along camp, you definitely do not want to watch this.

If, however, you are ready to hear someone tell it like it is, you don't want to miss watching this video rant by Alfonzo Rachel.

This has got to be the greatest expression I have ever witnessed of the principles that should be dear to every conservative. Zo takes on the left, the GOP Establishment, and everyone in between. Instead of apologizing for our refusal to bend on social issues, such as abortion, he annihilates every mindset that is contrary to a respect for life, exposing it for what it really is: utter selfishness and evil. I have heard many a pro-life talk. I have heard none that holds a candle to this one.

Furthermore, he holds nothing back as he speaks about Governor Palin and what she represents. Many people can tell you that she has been a target of the left and right, but how many can articulately explain precisely why? Zo can and does.

(h/t Ma McGriz)

Here's Alfonzo Rachel's ZoNation video, "Clarifying Some Strengths and Weaknesses of the GOP":

4 comments:

Anonymous,  August 22, 2013 at 9:38 AM  

Newsflash: Sarah Palin admitted that she considered abortion, even for a minute, and chose against it. Now she supposedly wants this right to choice taken away from other women.

And sorry Alfonzo, but you have it wrong. Pro choicers would not be telling Palin she should have aborted her DS son. On the contrary, pro choicers would advocate for her to make her own choice. But that's a common mistake (?) pro lifers make

Adrienne Ross August 22, 2013 at 10:21 AM  

Thanks for the newsflash, so let me return the favor. Governor Palin said that for a split second after learning she was pregnant she had the thought, "Who would know?" That second helped her to understand women who were scared and lied to, made to think they were not able to handle the less-than-ideal-circumstance they were facing. She never seriously contemplated aborting her child.

Even if she had contemplated it, however, what's your point? It doesn't change the fact that life is precious and killing a child should not be a choice. You pointed out your assessment of a "common mistake" we pro-lifers make. One common mistake the pro-abortionists make is not understanding that one can be pro-life and still feel for those who have had an abortion or are contemplating it, still relate to the fear they go through. The difference is we believe they should embrace life in spite of this, and we believe in providing support for these women.

And just so you know--since you don't--there are people who have said Governor Palin should have aborted her child. Sick! As for pro-lifers not understanding that, as you say, you're advocating choice rather than advocating abortion, come on. When organizations give out coupons for abortions, fight to keep women from being educated on abortion, don't want women to see the baby growing within them, and celebrate Roe v. Wade's birthday with a sexy, seductive (disgusting) video, there's an agenda--and it ain't an agenda for anything but abortion.

I find it interesting that you did not take apart the various aspects of Zo's video. I imagine it's because there really is nothing you can say that would stand against the truth of what he said.

I'm moving on now because I already know you're not ready for this conversation. Anyone who would spend time defending the slaughter of innocent babies in the womb doesn't have her heart at the place to have this discussion, and I try to live by this: "A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still." So I pray one day you'll be ready.

God bless you.

Anonymous,  August 22, 2013 at 10:40 AM  

Correction Adrienne, pro life organizations fight for a woman's right to choose and against pro lifers attempts to make it difficult (if not impossible) for a woman to obtain an abortion if that is what she chooses. Most (75%) of americans feel that abortion should be allowed sometimes or all of the time. Yours in the minority and will never win the vote. The GOP knows this. But you keep dreaming. The weaker the Republican party, the better as far as I'm concerned. And Sarah Palin's schtick of appealing to the fringe to fund her own endeavors only makes the party more divisi=ve and weaker. Sure, Palin for President 21016! Woo hoo! Right on!

Adrienne Ross August 22, 2013 at 11:14 AM  

Hold on... Let me go grab a pen so I can take some notes from the opposition on how to win! I'm sure they'll come in handy. LOL!

Again, life is precious, and there will be no compromise in the name of "choice." Your comments reveal that you think I would sell out principles for a vote. You really don't get it, do you?

Take care. The conversation is over.

God bless you.

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