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March 16, 2006

Life is life, right?

It's so nice to finally agree with an anti-choice wingnut.

Via Pandagon:

A Christian attorney says any law that purports to ban abortion, yet allows
exceptions, is not a truly pro-life bill.

[…]

“I find it very difficult to rationalize — if you believe that this is genuinely a human child, an unborn child — how you can allow it to be killed simply because of actions of its father,” says the attorney. “It makes no sense down the line, and I think our opponents actually take full advantage of those kinds of inconsistencies in
decimating our movement.
I wholeheartedly agree. If you really think the life of a fetus is sacred, and no matter what, a woman should be forced to carry it to term, then think that. But you don't get to offer the bullshit out of "except in cases of rape or incest." Because if in those circumstances you are willing to say that a woman should not be forced to carry a pregnancy that "isn't her fault," you're full of it. If abortion is murder, it's always murder. Otherwise you're admitting there are gray areas, and that way lies madness (to you, at least).




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