If Steve Jobs Were Conceived 2 Decades Later, He Would Have Been Aborted
I have said many times in my old blog that we are committing societal suicide via abortion, with our birth rate now so low that our culture is barely sustainable by any economic model. But the even bigger tragedy is the limitless possibilities of what those unborn people, and their descendants, could have contributed to humanity, but never got the chance thanks to the Roe v Wade decision that repealed the 5th and 14th amendment human right against people not being deprived of life without due process (incidentally, liberals get around it the same way they got around it during slavery – by redefining by fiat who is and who is not a person). I have further opined in disgust the possibility that the next Mozart may have been aborted, or the next Einstein, or a brilliant researcher who would have found a cure for Alzheimer’s. But today, it seems appropriate to tack onto that list the name of Steve Jobs.
Steve Jobs was born in early 1955, 18 years before the Roe v Wade decision. His unwed mother gave him up for adoption because he wasn’t a girl. I would say he did pretty well despite his beginnings. He would go on to build one of the most successful brands in all human history. Folk of every stripe, color, creed, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, etc pine for his products. They are some of the most well-thought out, well-designed and well-constructed products of any time.
So let’s image Steve Jobs had been conceived in 1974 rather than 1954. His unwed mother wanting to have a girl goes in and is told she will bear a boy. What do you think the chances that he would have never seen the light of day? Instead of a great mind building an empire from humble beginnings, he, or what would have been left of him, would have been flushed down the toilet in a Planned Parenthood abortion mill without a second thought much less a first. No Apple, no iPhone, iPad, or iPod. Those that call themselves pro-choice and are reading this on one of those devices might want to consider that.
Rest In Peace Steve Jobs…
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