Bought by the Blood

March 24, 2009

Random Thoughts from Stand For Life

Filed under: Abortion,Octo-Mom,Planned Parenthood — cubsfan1980 @ 2:57 am
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A website that I recently discovered that I want to peruse more is prolifeblogs.com I came across this one post that I found pretty insightful.  My thoughts are in italics.

Random Thoughts from Stand For Life

1. There is widespread outrage that Nadya Suleman gave birth to eight babies that she can’t financially support. But there’s no outrage from the masses that 4,000 babies are killed every day in this country in the name of abortion.  I don’t have any concrete opinions about the Octomom, because she doesn’t seem authentic or level-headed, but only looking for publicity.  You can check out We The Posterity for some good thoughts on her. Think what you may of her, but you have to admit, the media and the culture does have a total bias when it comes to issue of life.

2. There’s one demographic group that would vote 100% for the pro-life candidate, if they could – the conception to nine-month people group.  We don’t hear their scream in the womb, but if we did, it would be deafening.  If we could hear their cries then how could we not vote for life.  Because they don’t have a voice no one can hear few stand up for them.  Why do you not stand up for the innocent being slaughtered?  What if no one stood for the slaves or the jews?

6. Liberals rarely discuss any issue, especially the life issue, without attacking the person (ad hominem argument). Anybody who does that, deep down knows that they are on the losing end of a logical debate.  I would love to hear a justification for killing another human life.

7. Ninety-nine percent of the people in the pro-life movement will never be well-known, but they are the most important. They might be someone counseling in front of a Planned Parenthood or maybe just parents who support their daughter and convince her to have the baby.

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