As of today, a grand total of 273 businesses have signed on to an open letter shouting to the world that they love abortion and oppose the right of states to have any say on it at all. After all, why should the people have a voice on an important issue?
Here’s a basic overview:
- Most voters are pro-life (supportive of some sort of restriction/exception or opposed to abortion altogether).
- They elected pro-life candidates.
- The pro-life candidates listened to their constituents.
- They’ve been drafting and passing pro-life legislation in states like Missouri, Georgia, Alabama, & Ohio.
- 273 CEOs sign on to tell pro-life states that, somehow, changing the legality of when mothers can kill their preborn children affects the way they do business.
Now, this begs a few questions. How does abortion law affect a denim company’s ability to sell jeans? Why would allowing more customers to live be bad for business? Why does every non-political organization in America feel the need to play politician?
It resembles the wacky word problems grade school children solve in math class. So if Business A was fine doing business in Georgia with abortion legal until 20 weeks, but not fine doing business in Georgia if it’s legal until about 6 weeks, what is different about the fetus?
Perhaps there’s a certain gestational age that makes doing business in the state possible? The restaurant “&pizza” signed on. Does not being able to abort babies with heartbeats affect customers’ abilities to eat pizza? We’re really just looking for clarification here on the connection.
THIS JUST IN: An anonymous source has leaked a photo from the strategy meeting that produced this open letter. –>
You heard it here first – turns out abortion has very little to do with pizza. A new professional analysis based on this breaking evidence? CEOs are either a) throwing a pro-abortion tantrum b) very misinformed about how the general population feels about abortion and they’re just trying to “be cool” and appear trendy to customers or c) don’t actually care about abortion at all and just saw an advertising opportunity. Which is working out great for a bunch of companies no one’s ever heard of, by the way.
A bunch of businesspeople can go ahead and throw their hissy fit. Abortion ends innocent human lives and no amount of financial threats or removal of pizza privileges can scare the brave legislators in pro-life states enough to abandon their most vulnerable citizens. Bullies beware: preborn Americans have human rights and they’re there to stay.