The state treasurer for the state of Indiana, who is running for senator recently said during a debate "I came to realize life is a gift from God, and I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen."
God, it seems, is apparently a really mean entity if he wants a little girl strung out on drugs and raped by her father, to have her father's baby.
The little girl would give birth to her son and brother or sister at the same time. Her father would be a a beaming proud parent and grandfather at the same time.
And a baby infant would be brought into the world under these circumstances. Let us begin to imagine the kind of life this child would immediately be sprung in to. It's mother is a drug addict so the baby would come out of the womb addicted to drugs. Someone will have to feed the infant drugs to keep it from dying for lack of a fix. It won't be able to drink it's mother's milk because it's mother - also a child - isn't old enough to produce milk. Even if it could drink it's mother's milk it would be drug-laced and poison.
It will live in misery and hell from the onset and then when it gets old enough to understand from how it came into this world, it will shudder and seek out stronger drugs to bury the psychological and physical pain.
But, according to the Tea Party Republican Richard Earl Mourdock, this is God's will, his desire or want, for this little baby to live such a life.
Don't even begin to think the infant could be surrendered and perhaps adopted into a healthy family. Little girls don't give up their dolls, and they aren't going to give up their baby either, and the father/grandfather will likely support such a position because in about 12 more years he will have another ready-made child to rape.
How's God liking that? Probably not very much, unless you are Richard Mourdock, who had an epiphany and came to understand God is so against abortion under any circumstance that no matter how a child or woman becomes pregnant, God wants that child to come into it's miserable little world and suffer the consequences of it's inception.
Yes, life really is a precious gift, very precious indeed. -Preston Brady III, Mobile Tribune (Photo: TheInquisitr.com)