The pro-choice mob has always pushed abortion as a solution to social problems. But do we really want America to be the kind of country that uses child sacrifice as a tool of social engineering?
The pro-choice side argues that abortions often allow women to have successful careers that they could not have had if they were saddled with a baby. And if their point is that it’s possible to profit from killing other people, they’re right. In fact, it happens all the time. But is that really a justification for the intentional killing of another human being?
bortion supporters claim that states need to keep abortion legal. But before a state decides what its abortion policies will be in the future, maybe it would be wise to ask what legalized abortion has brought us in the past.
Many people will concede that the unborn are living human beings, but then turn right around and say it should be legal to intentionally kill them. Of course, the explanation for this is both obvious and ugly.
The pro-choice side often defends abortion with the argument that women have a right to control their own bodies. Of course, this assumes that the unborn child is part of the mother’s body and ignores the biological reality that they are separate individuals.
In today’s culture, it is not uncommon for a woman to say that she is has not decided whether to “have the baby” or not. But the truth is, it is physically impossible for a pregnant woman to not have her baby.
The pro-choice claims claims that any government that can tell a woman she can’t have an abortion, can also tell her she has to have one. The fact is, the only women who have ever been forced by their governments to have abortions, live in countries where abortion is legal – not illegal.
The pro-choice mob tells us to keep our rosaries off their ovaries. The fact is, we are as indifferent to their ovaries as we are to their spleens, their gall bladders, and their tonsils.
The pro-choice mob – along with their stooges in the media – have promised that a whole catalogue of disasters is waiting for us if states pass laws that prohibit abortion. But we have decades of real-world experience to show us what a post abortion America REALLY looks like.
The abortion lobby often proposes that we join them to look for ways to end the need for abortion. It’s a trap called “common ground.” These people know that legal abortion is easier to sell when the public believes that they are done out of need rather than want, and every time we take the “common ground” bait we help them sell that lie.