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.
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.
The abortion lobby likes to portray the concept of “choice” as something that is inherently and universally noble. It is not.
The abortion lobby markets chemical abortions in a way that, they hope, women will think that it’s not really an abortion, but instead you take a pill and you’re no longer pregnant. But of course, regardless of the method, the outcome is the intentional death of a living human being.
The abortion lobby says that women used to die by the thousands every year from back-alley abortions. The truth is, they have been lying about this issue from day one!
The pro-choice crowd says that there are more abortions done every year than there are people on waiting lists to adopt and that outlawing abortion would swamp the country with unwanted babies. But don’t be fooled by the abortion lobby’s attacks on adoption.
What do you think is the hardest thing about being pro-life? Does it have to do with how it has affected relationships? Or does it have to do with the nasty comments and bullying from those on the other side? We reveal the things that we have struggled with and share what our followers had to say. We hope this episode helps anyone who has ever dealt with the occasional challenges of being proudly pro-life.