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  1. MortyForTyrant

    MortyForTyrant said, about 1 year ago

    Nobody is celebrating. Abortions are unfortunate affairs. But the alternatives are sometimes worse. There are enough mothers who kill (all) their young children. And there are enough children who kill their mothers (and the rest of the family). An abortion can prevent both…

  2. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    Amazing who these ’toons of “pre-borns” with fully functioning 3-4 year old bodies, never show a real fetus at the age of typical abortions, when there is no notochord, brain, arms, legs, heart, circulatory system or potential for life outside the uterus.

  3. dannysixpack

    dannysixpack said, about 1 year ago

    I am proud and full of joy that american women can get safe and legal abortions without a ‘death panel’ of religious zealots, waiting to molest their future children butting their noses into their decisions.

  4. dtroutma

    dtroutma GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    O.C., try reading the letter from James, brother of Jesus, a lot more wisdom in four pages than all the stuff from Paul and the Popes. BTW, Roe V Wade wasn’t blanket without restrictions, it’s still considerably more difficult to get a late term abortion, and “viable”, let alone “fully functional children” is a scam, or an occasional illegal medical procedure.


    If the churches would back off banning contraception (even though most Catholics seem to ignore that today), and approve RU-486 or “morning after”, actual abortions would be a lot more rare. Oh, right, those “God sanctioned rapes” that women’s bodies can “shut down” are an entirely different issue.

  5. exoticdoc2

    exoticdoc2 said, about 1 year ago

    @MortyForTyrant

    What a weak reply. By your reasoning no one should ever have any children. In the US risk to mothers is very low in general. In abortion someone dies nearly 100% of the time. So tell me again which is worse? And why is choosing to murder your own child at one age any worse than at another? Or child murdering parent worse than parent murdering child? In short, you argue “let’s prevent possible future murders by murdering early and first.” Miserable reasoning.

  6. exoticdoc2

    exoticdoc2 said, about 1 year ago

    @dtroutma

    So if we judge by ability to exist on one’s own, since infants can’t exist without the help of their parents, then infanticide is now okay if the parent wishes? How about paraplegics? They often need a lot of help, so how about killing them? It also amazes me the libs inconsistency on “choice.” They are very pro-“choice” when they are talking about murdering your own child. However, when it comes down to whether you want to join a union, or what kind of light bulb you want to use, or what size soft drink you want to buy, then choice is suddenly a bad thing.

  7. TJDestry

    TJDestry GoComics PRO Member said, about 1 year ago

    It’s not like killing kids when their 19. We don’t “celebrate” these tragedies by strutting around in flight suits declaring “mission accomplished.”

  8. rossevrymn

    rossevrymn said, about 1 year ago

    @MortyForTyrant

    Total rubbish with no thought toward anything that might be considered balance. It’s “I think, therefore I am”, not, “I can put some words together, therefore I’m a genius”.

  9. ReasonsVentriloquist

    ReasonsVentriloquist said, about 1 year ago

    @exoticdoc2

    I notice that you ran from the conversation AGAIN.
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    However, turning the other cheek and all.
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    “… infanticide is now okay if the parent wishes?”
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    Never heard of Christian Scientists? If the baby is sick and they’re sitting around praying for it and it dies, who goes to jail? No one.
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    “How about paraplegics? They often need a lot of help, so how about killing them?”
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    And yet we don’t. So what does that say about us? It says we respect the lives of the living. You would like (based on your writings) to believe that we don’t (because we don’t believe in the God that you insist is real), bt the fact is clear even to you (based on your writing).
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    I am disgusted by you’re equation of a human life with a lightbulb. You should be ashamed of yourself! I know I’m ashamed of you!
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    Again, you disgrace the entirety in being a Christian!

  10. exoticdoc2

    exoticdoc2 said, about 1 year ago

    @ReasonsVentriloquist

    I ran from nothing. After a time the point has been made for anyone interested in the truth and after that there is no sense talking to a brick wall…an brick wall covered in erroneous graffiti. Christian scientists are not following the Bible/Christianity’s tenets. Prayer for the sick is fine but God expects us to use the abilities he gave us and try to alleviate suffering and save lives. So how does your pointing out one misguided wrong act therefore excuse another, as you seem to think? What the paraplegics example tells us is that the libs are inconsistent. Why kill one that cannot take care of itself and not another? The Christian view is to help/save both. And just who is equating a human life with a light bulb? You are, as usual, reasoning backward. I pointed out that choice is great with libs when it comes to murdering your own child, but not in other choices like union, light bulbs, and soft drink size. Therefore it is the lib who places the human life BELOW the level of these other things. And since you think so little of Christianity, as is readily evident by your writings, and you claim I am a disgrace to Christianity, that ends up being a backhanded compliment from your end. Once again, backward and inconsistent reasoning. Have a nice day.

  11. pirate227

    pirate227 said, about 1 year ago

    Imagine a world where the government stays out of your health care choices… oh yeah we already have that.
    Your welcome, cons.

  12. ReasonsVentriloquist

    ReasonsVentriloquist said, about 1 year ago

    @exoticdoc2

    “…there is no sense talking to a brick wall…”:
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    And yet I took the time and the effort to do so, and you had not the courtesy to even acknowledge the effort.
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    " Christian scientists are not following the Bible/Christianity’s tenets."
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    Nobody said they were (here). You asked (as if it was proof of the assertion) "…infanticide is now okay if the parent wishes?” and I said “Never heard of Christian Scientists? If the baby is sick and they’re sitting around praying for it and it dies, who goes to jail? No one.”
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    No where does that infer that Christian Scientists are anything other than what they claim. And it answers your snarkish question by saying “Yes! It is legal to let your child die!” If it is part of your religion.
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    “So how does your pointing out one misguided wrong act therefore excuse another…” THIS "…infanticide is now okay if the parent wishes?” is somebody pointing out a misguided wrong act. That somebody is YOU; not me.
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    Choosing between lightbulbs and choosing between life are in no way shape or form comparable.
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    I didn’t compare them, YOU did! That’s three there exoticdoc2! You ran out on the last conversation. You took two or three swings at the “Infanticide” topic and were wrong on each swipe and you compare human life to the purchase of a lightbulb and then say that it is me that is doing so. Three lies! That makes you a liar!
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    Look, there have been abortions since there has been matrimony. Before that there was infanticide. I don’t care what you think about it. The fact is the fact! Abortions are a fact. You will NEVER stop them. There will always be a time when people get pregnant when they don’t want to be.
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    According to Jesus Christ, about 8% of the world’s population have an immortal soul. The rest have a soul that dissapates into the collective upon death. I don’t know, but I’m pretty sure that the more you want to live in heaven, the less likely you are to be one of the 8%.
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    From what I’ve read of your writings, you should get on with enjoying what you have left of this life, because when you die, it’s over. Your spirit, your soul, your ego, your ghost… Poof! Part of the the collective spirit of life with no attachment to the past or the future. It may be heaven, but you won’t know it.

  13. exoticdoc2

    exoticdoc2 said, about 1 year ago

    @ReasonsVentriloquist

    My, my, aren’t we in vitriolic voice today?! Once again you demonstrate your backward “reasoning” by not even understanding what was clearly explained to you the last time. Your errors were clear, and even when explained you ramble on without any attempt at logic and reason. And I’m sure we’ll never stop abortion entirely in this fallen world, just as we will never stop any other murder, child molestation, or a host of other evils humans choose to commit. Abortion and infanticide are basically the same, the only difference being the age at which the child is murdered. And your wild, bizarre thinking really comes to light with your claims about Christ and this 8% of yours. Do tell where exactly this kind of nonsense is in the Bible. All people have a soul, and it is their choice where it ends up. Your lack of understanding on this and so many matters is laughable to the point of being tragic. It is clear that you rant on so vehemently because deep down you recognize the truth and are frustrated because you are willfully choosing the wrong path, i.e., your own selfish and fallen way rather than the way out of the trap of our own sinful nature God has provided.

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