Skip to comments.'I did not miscarry. I chose abortion': 16 and Pregnant star Jamie McKay's [...] on Twitter
Posted on 11/03/2012 9:34:01 PM PDT by Feline_AIDS
Teen mother Jamie McKay has revealed she recently had an abortion to avoid becoming a mother for a second time.
Jamie, 18, shared an ultrasound of the baby on Thursday via Twitter with the distressing message rest in peace little angel. September 17, 2012.' ... Thank you all for the love and support but I want you to know I did not miscarry. I chose abortion.
'I chose it out of fear. I feel like I made a mistake and I cant take it back,' she wrote.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
And her career in the media over.
Over like a presidency on Nov 6th.
Abortion is not an eraser.
She is a killer.
She’ll be hanging with Sandra Fluck in no time.
I’m confused. She says she made this choice out of fear, and that she can’t take it back.
Is her regret that she got pregnant in the first place, that she took that risk with her boyfriend, or is the regret that she had the abortion?
In all these debates we have about abortion, birth control, teenage sex, etc. I wish that we discussed much more the option of adoption. We have normalized single mother parenting in this country, due in part to being politically correct and non-judgemental, and being non-judgemental about sex.
While a girl getting pregnant is often a garbage dump of a situation for her, out of a garbage dump of a situation could be a baby for a loving adoptive couple. But too often these unfit teen girls keep the baby even though they are incapable of raising the child properly.
I know I just made a number of value judgements, which under political correctness we’re not supposed to do. Flame away.
I thank God that she's not my daughter. I couldn't live with myself for bringing such a souless bitch into this world.
screw pc. those who don’t make reasonable value judgements have questionable valus.
Decisions made based on fear are usually not the right ones.
Sorry to hear of the decision you made.
She is right, you can’t unkill a human being.
She needs to get out of this situation where her decisions are made in fear.
The fear of the unknown in this case should be less than the fear that drove this decision.
So sorry for her not just for this but for her situation.
Pray for her, don’t chastise her. She needs help. What’s done, is done.
The present is all she has and she needs to move towards a better place.
Praise and blame are tools for manipulation and she needs to be able to think for herself.
Guess she can’t afford birth control pills...righhht.
It’s pretty dang sad, isn’t it?
The father didn’t do anything to “support” her no matter what she thinks. He should have been a responsible father and fought for the life of his child. He should not have stood by and watched the mother make a poor decision based on emotion without even telling her other family members what she was going to do. This father was an epic failure to his family.
I mean, do you really send a tweet to an aborted baby? Really?
How did that conversation go? "Hey babe, if you want to have my child killed, that's like totally your right as a woman! I couldn't care less if my child lives or dies! Besides, I'm just the father, so it's not like my opinion matters."
My values include allowing me to make value judgements based upon my values; and I have no problem telling Libs that they are hypocrites for judging my values by telling me that value judgements are wrong and immoral.
They can’t seem to understand that “it’s wrong to make value judgements” is a value judgement in & of itself.
She’s made more than one “mistake.”
Millions of young girls are deceived into making an “easy choice” before being haunted by the reality that they killed their own child.
At least this girl is openly repentant. Seems sincere and brave to me.
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