Posted by: Scott | Tuesday, January 30, 2007

“I am Pro-Life.”

This seems to start out as a good quote:

I am pro-life. I believe strongly in the value of living beings on this planet. I celebrate life in a variety of ways through my daily activities and spiritual life.

I could go along with that. But, you probably figure there’s more to the quote than what is above. You’re right, there is. Here is the remainder of the quote:

I recognize the lives gained through abortion. I see the lives of women and their children who are stronger and more stable because of a decision toward abortion…. A decision about abortion is decidedly pro-life. It is a respectful and moral option….

Did I mis-read this??? “The lives gained through abortion???” A decision favoring abortion is “decidedly pro-life???” It’s a respectable, moral option??? But, she goes on, appealing to the conservative crowd:

Luckily, if you do not share this place on the spectrum in the discussion, Roe v. Wade also protects women from forced abortion. Therefore, you have the power to decide that abortion would not be a good decision for you and focus on the two other pregnancy options — parenting or adoption.

So this is why abortion is acceptible in America. It’s not forced, nor is it denied. If you don’t want to abort, you can parent the child or put it up for adoption. If you don’t like those options, you can abort. It’s all in your power! This is almost as bad, if not worse than the stance of personally opposed to abortion, but pro-choice.

Before I forget, I suppose I should state who said this: It was Karen Kubby, executive director for the Emma Goldman abortion clinic. In a dinner earlier this month, she gloated about how the clinic was able to raise enough to fund over 1,100 child-murders and she hopes that this year is just as successful. Sickening!

HT: Pro Life Blogs



  1. Oh yeah, it’s honestly mind-boggling the things they say. The pro-abortion group on campus always has these little signs, “Pro-Choice, Pro-Family, Pro-Child,” as if the “planning” movement wasn’t really about eugenics – eliminating racial minorities and the disabled. They also play that “lives gained by abortion” card about how women now have safe options (safe for whom? is my question). In reality, the numbers of women who died before Roe v. Wade from getting back-alley abortions is so minutely small it’s ridiculous. The pro-abortion movement made up those figures and everybody knows it.

    It just disgusts me how every single thing they say can be debunked with historical evidence and scientific technology, but they are still the “rational” voice in this debate. I still don’t understand exactly how we went from “all people are created equal” to murdering our unborn children. It seems like a few steps were skipped.

  2. Nice post. I think it is our duty to continue exposing the lies of the left and pro-murdering crowd. Sometimes it feels like spitting in the wind — but I guarantee history will be on our side, just as it is with the abolition movement of the 1800s. One key is to keep the Republican party socially conservative and not endorse any pro-death candidate.

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