Alice: If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is because everything would be what it isn’t. And contrary-wise; what it is it wouldn’t be, and what it wouldn’t be, it would. You see?
It is sad to me that those who are pro-choice enthusiastically embrace a mindset that abolishes the inherent, God-given dignity of their own lives. What a backwards society we live in, where it is illegal and a punishable offense to tamper with or harm eagle eggs, but perfectly legal and in some sects, encouraged to murder an innocent child via abortion in the name of “women’s rights.” Is the life of an eagle more valuable than human life? Even those disabled who are completely dependant on a caregiver and cannot speak, walk, or hear have a right to life according to our society as they should! But a smaller version in the form of a fetus does not. I have heard the argument that the baby cannot feel pain, therefore, no harm no foul. I don’t buy it. Obviously I know some abortions are performed before the nerve receptors become active, but many are not. And for those that are,…there are a variety of diseases where a person cannot feel pain. A hand on a hot plate is burned because their pain receptors could not communicate to the brain and the hand stayed in contact with the heat too long. Congenital analgesia. Could you imagine a baby was born with this disease and because the parents did not feel they wanted a “damaged” child or simply didn’t want the inconvenience, they took the infant to a doctor to get rid of it. To nip it in the bud. To murder that baby. Could you imagine the horror and shock? The judgement that would be passed on these parents who killed their child because she was damaged or simply an inconvenience? Imagine that the parents offered the following argument, “Well, the baby was young enough, it didn’t know what was happening and besides, she cannot feel pain.” Would you buy it? Would that make it okay? I heard a statistic that 77% of pro-lifers are men who will never be pregnant. Good! I would be relieved to hear that this statement is accurate. It is a man’s job to protect women and the innocent. Not because we are weak, but because we are precious. Men should be standing up for and fighting for what is right. Don’t leave it to the women, we were not created to fight. Besides, at least 30% of us are not fighting for what’s right. 1 in 3 women by the age of 45 will have had at least 1 abortion according to the National Abortion Federation. This doesn’t even count all the pro-choicers who have not had an abortion.
I know I’ve heard countless stories about women who have had abortions and have lived to regret it and feel guilty and wish they’d never done it. I tried to find some stories for the opposition about women who wished they had gotten an abortion and didn’t. I couldn’t find any. You know? I also read a lot about how women who go through abortions and don’t really regret it. I see a common thread in nearly all of them. They all break down crying and have second thoughts like maybe what they are about to do is wrong. It’s a very emotional process. Why is that? I haven’t heard of women breaking down like this over getting their appendix removed and according to pro-abortionists, appendices and fetuses are the same thing. A primitive, offending tissue that could destroy your life if not removed.
Except a fetus is anything but primitive. This baby is fearfully and wonderfully made. Yes, baby. I say “baby” because that is what it is. It is life. It is just as much “tissue” as you and I are, tissue is what we’re made of, not who we are. Life is precious and a gift. Don’t be so selfish as to think yours is more precious than anyone else’s…no matter how little they may be.
Till Next Time!