Ever get into an argument with a drunk person who forgot to take his depression medicine?
The neurons in their brain are firing all over the place and they back up their argument on any topic with random statements of fact. No matter how wrong they are, there’s nothing you can say to make them understand or accept reality.
Their brains just aren’t capable of following rational thought accept for a few milliseconds at a time.
That’s pretty much the daily experience watching daytime show “The View” and listening to co-host Whoopi Goldberg. She went off the deep end this week explaining how she appreciates the lives of unborn children while also accepting the choice of women to kill babies at will.
On Thursday, The Daily Caller reported, things got heated during a panel discussion on “The View” about Friday’s March for Life in Washington, D.C.
Most of the hosts agreed they could be both pro-life and pro-choice. The exception was Sunny Hostin who was adamant her religion made her pro-life, period.
“I’m for life,” Goldberg said, before turning to ask the audience a question.
“Is anyone here not for life? Maybe we should stop talking about being pro-life or anti-life because nobody is not for life. We are pro-choice. That’s the difference.”
Hostin, pointed out as the token Christian on the show, tried to express her views between jabs from the other hosts.
“We are discussing this March for Life and it’s been going on since 1974, but pro-life is not a dirty word,” Hostin responded to Goldberg. “Being pro-life is not a dirty word and you can’t define for me what pro-life is just like I can’t define for you what feminism is.”
“No, as I said we are all pro-life,” Goldberg said. “I don’t think anyone is anti-life. I’m not defining anything for you.”
Hostin was assailed from all angles on anything she said.
Joy Behar asked her co-host if she was pro-choice, insisting she could be both.
“I don’t think they are mutually exclusive,” Hostin responded. “I will say this, my faith tells me that life begins at conception. My faith tells me that abortion is wrong.”
“My faith tells me that abortion is a sin,” she added. “My point has been all along you can’t define the pro-life movement by the fringe that you see … people that are extremists. Many people in the pro-life movement … 54 percent of Catholics are like me, that believe that abortion is wrong.”
Adding that we should all agree that “abortion is not a good thing. It’s not something that anyone wants to do.”
Goldberg tried to rationalize her position as she sounded more like the drunk making wild statements to justify her intoxication.
“Listen you don’t ever have to have an abortion,” Goldberg snapped at Hostin. “That’s the joy. What I am saying is I am also pro-life and I don’t like having people define the fact that I think having a choice is a good thing. It doesn’t make me less of a pro-life person.”
When Hostin agreed she believes the “government shouldn’t tell women what they can do with their bodies,” her co-host tried to twist her words.
“So you are pro-choice?” Behar quickly asked.
“No, I’m not,” Hostin exclaimed.
Goldberg too often sounds like one of her reefer toking characters from all her 1980s B-movies. Her attempts at rationalizing irrational thoughts are as confusing as the drunk with no depression meds.
Hostin held her ground and hundreds of thousands of women will march for life Friday so others can stand true to their beliefs.
Watch “The View” recap here:
Source: The Daily Caller