In Defense of the Defenseless

Posted by cultureshift

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

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  1. While I am familiar with your argument, the problem is that it doesn’t deal with the opposite case in a way that Pro-choice advocates would feel presents their point of view. I suspect from the other articles you have posted you don’t really want to look at the opposite case to find out what drives your opponents, but if I am wrong can I suggest you have a brief look at an article I wrote which seeks to look at both sides as objectively as possible. If you Google: Pro-life versus pro-choice assumptions and responses, Bill Peddie, you would see what I am trying to say..

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    1. Your assumption that I don’t want to look at the pro-choice side to understand what drives them couldn’t be more wrong. I run several social media sites and have literally engaged thousands of abortion advocates in heated debate. In fact, it’s my goal to become the foremost expert in understanding the ideology that drives women to want to kill their preborn children. Only then can I effectively work to end the tragedy of abortion.

      I read your article and it was clearly biased in favor of abortion. You could have posted much better pro-life responses, but clearly chose not to. You say you are searching for common ground, but there can be no compromise on the question of whether or not a child living in the womb should be intentionally killed. I lost my little sister to abortion shortly after Roe v. Wade was decided. Like my sister, I was unplanned. My mother was a 17 year old girl in high school. The difference between my sister and I is that I was conceived shortly before Roe v. Wade and was protected by the law – by my human family.

      Until all human beings, regardless of their size, location, or stage of development, are equally protected, the innocent will continue to be brutally slaughtered. I will work to the end of my days to protect children like my sister from her fate. I hope you will join me.

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