The interesting thing is, when people advocate other causes, you don’t hear them desperately trying to distance themselves from the activity under discussion. People who support capital punishment don’t bristle at being called pro-death penalty. People who work for the protection of animals don’t become infuriated if you refer to them as pro-animal. Those who support the Second Amendment don’t attack you for calling them pro-gun, and the list goes on and on. The only exception to this is people who support abortion. On one hand they will viciously defend its legality while, on the other hand, doing everything humanly possible to deny any association with it.

The message in this is clear. Simply put, even these people realize that abortion is indefensible.

But beyond that, here’s the issue I want to raise. Today, about 3500 American babies are going to have their legs torn off, their arms ripped out of the sockets, their chests crushed and their skulls split open. And when the day is over, most of their corpses will either be ground up in garbage disposals and flushed down the sewer system or tossed into dumpsters to be eaten by rats. Then tomorrow, another 3500 victims will be teed up, and the day after that another 3500, and the day after that another 3500, and so on.

What I want to know is this: for those defenseless babies, what is the difference between pro-abortion and pro-choice?

Mark Crutcher 

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A plea to win the hearts of those who choose to dehumanize our development and undermine our right to live.

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