#7 – Not All Choices Are Morally Equal

The abortion lobby likes to portray the concept of “choice” as something that is inherently and universally noble. It is not.

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Like how the abortion lobby likes to portray the concept of “choice” as something that is inherently and universally noble. It is not.



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The abortion lobby likes to portray the concept of “choice” as something that is inherently and universally noble.  It is not.  What rational people understand, is that everything someone does is a choice – but they also understand that all choices are not morally equal and some are so immoral they cannot be allowed. 

The fact is, the goal of every law ever passed is to prohibit people from inflicting some choice on other people, and whether a particular choice should be legal or not always depends on what’s being chosen.  In the case of abortion, the question is whether the government should allow someone the choice to legally kill someone else who is helpless, completely innocent, and posing no threat to anyone.  And a civilized society will always say, “absolutely not.”

  

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