Late term abortion three decades late be sure to empty all ten commandments
Into his chest for only holy redneck terrorism can usher
In the second coming of the coat-hanger.







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    My InterpretationIt's a pro-choice song, written to point out the absurdity of Christians killing abortion doctors.

    "Be sure to empty all ten commandments into his chest." - People that claim to be standing strong in the defense of life, somehow justify ending the lives of doctors. They ignore any conceivably moral teaching of their faith, and the commandment not to commit murder, in the name of their fundamentalism.
    "For only holy redneck terrorism can usher in the second coming of the coat-hanger." - Abortion will always exist, it's just a question of which form it will be allowed to take. If pro-lifers (the aforementioned holy redneck terrorists) won, and abortion were banned, women would again be forced to utilize unsafe pre-Roe v. Wade means, like coat-hangers.

    As for the title, Treblinka was the camp with the second highest death toll (after Auschwitz), it could be a way of saying that extreme fundamentalism is but a secondary threat, the primary being Christianity/religion in general. Or, that the presence of religious fundamentalism is the gun (or in this case, the camp), but the religion itself is the finger pulling the trigger (here, the Nazis). Or perhaps Islamic fundamentalism is Auschwitz and Christian fundamentalism is Treblinka. Really these are all just hypothesis, no real way of knowing.
    SixThreeTimeson September 30, 2014   Link

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