[W]e make choices about life all the time in our country. We make them about men and women in other countries. We make them about prisoners in our penal system. We make them about patients with terminal illnesses and accident victims. We still have passionate debates about the justifications of our actions as a society, but we don’t have to do it while being bullied around by the vague idea that if you say we’re talking about human life, then the jig is up, rights-wise.
So: Because we go to war, execute convicted murderers, and remove brain-dead accident victims from life support, snuffing out innocent human life is OK.
Can anyone still doubt that Rush Limbaugh was right?
@politisite this form of structural discrimination (“I have the power;I win”) echoes pro-slavery arguments & with same moral content–none.
— KJack (@DrKC4) January 23, 2013
The author’s conclusion that a “…fetus is a life. A life worth sacrificing,” is an ominous, morally bankrupt position salon.com/2013/01/23/so_…
— Evan Feinberg (@evanfeinberg) January 23, 2013
Maybe they change their name from Pro-choice to Pro-death?
But the author argues that pro-choice is about who is more important.. In her view it is the women
So what if abortion ends life? – Salon.com
And I would put the life of a mother over the life of a fetus every single time — even if I still need to acknowledge my conviction that the fetus is indeed a life. A life worth sacrificing.