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    Would Seals and Crofts be allowed to sing Unborn Child on campus?

    Would Seals and Crofts be allowed to sing Unborn Child on campus?

    As frequently reported at College Insurrection, pro-life students on campus regularly are accosted by faculty and other students, their displays torn down, their speakers shouted-down, and their requests to be treated as any other student group denied.

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    I wonder if Seals and Crofts would be allowed to sing Unborn Child on campus?

    On campus, nothing is more threatening than images like this:


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    “Would Seals and Crofts be allowed to sing Unborn Child on campus?”

    World renowned physician Kermit Gosnell, could answer that one.

    I’ve always found Graham Parker’s “You Can’t Be Too Strong” to be much more disturbing than “Unborn Child“.

    Did they tear it out, with talons of steel
    And give you a shot, so that you wouldn’t feel
    And wash it away, as if it wasn’t real

      Neo in reply to Neo. | April 21, 2013 at 4:44 pm

      The doctor gets nervous,
      completing the service
      He’s all rubber gloves and no head
      Yes, he fumbles the light switch,
      it’s just another minor hitch
      Wishes to God he was dead

      But you can’t be too strong

    Doug Wright | April 21, 2013 at 4:32 pm

    Ah ha, another excellent reason to ban “hate speech!” Well, one might ask, what defines “hate speech,” and those in control would answer: “Any statement we deem to be hateful!” See the answer is simple, just ban guns and hateful speech will be banned! See how easy that was?

    Actually, in practice, speech I dislike is hateful, you better shut up and not interrupt me again!

    ./sarc off/on hopefully.

    For the “young’ens,” Seals and Crofts were wildly for a pair singing folks song incorporating a guitar and mandolin, in the early 1970’s. Both of them were Sikhs.
    Their music career ended abruptly with the release of the vinyl album Unborn Child in 1974, the years after “Roe v Wade”. Radio stations would not play it on air.

      Neo in reply to Neo. | April 21, 2013 at 4:37 pm

      should have been “wildly popular”

      BannedbytheGuardian in reply to Neo. | April 22, 2013 at 12:36 am

      They were not Sikhs at all. Sikh is a variation of Hindhu that were in the 70s anything but peaceful & indeed in conflict with Prime Minister Indira Ghandi almost splitting India apart.

      Seals & Croft were Baha’ai. This is a philosophy of non violence more than a religion . In fact it is offered here as an alternative to scripture in schools. In 40 years I have never worked out what they do – every time I tried I got too bored .

      Seals & Crofts are indeed great exponents of whatever it is they do.:)

    I don’t want to see the victims of torture and murder from abortion clinics or anywhere else. I much prefer to see images of new life developing in the mother’s womb. People need to understand that a human life evolves (i.e. chaotic process) from conception to grave. They need to understand that elective abortion of a human life is premeditated murder, which is a crime committed against an individual, society, and humanity.

    Women, and men, need to understand that liberty is only suitable for individuals capable of self-moderating behavior. Decent women, and men, should not tolerate a behavior which is purely dysfunctional and corrupt.

    Women, and men, do have a choice. It is not elective abortion or premeditated murder of an innocent human life without cause or due process.

    I’m surprised that the anti-war crowd, and others who support human and civil rights, have not joined with the pro-life crowd in common cause. In principle, they are fighting for the same cause of preserving human dignity and life.

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