Thursday, October 20, 2016

How Can Tim Kaine be “Personally Pro-Life” If He Supports Abortion for Everyone Else?

There has been a lot of talk recently of politicians like Vice-Presidential candidate Tim Kaine who claim to be “personally pro-life.” While they say they do not support abortion personally, mainly because of their faith, they refuse to allow their faith to impact their public policy position.

This bears a question…if not for religious beliefs, why is abortion wrong?

At the Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation, we are a non-religious organization. We have people of all faiths, and some of no faith at all, who are part of our organization. We believe that being pro-life goes beyond one’s religious beliefs and is a basic human right. We believe every human life, from conception to natural death, has value, and deserves to be protected.

So how do we “prove” the preborn child is a human being? The good news is, we don’t have to…modern science and medical technology have already done so. Ultrasound images have truly become a window to the womb, where we can see a pre-born child reacting to his or her mother’s voice, dancing to music, and responding to stimuli.

Unfortunately, those who support abortion choose to turn a blind eye to science when it comes to fetal development. They ignore the discovery by researchers at Northwestern University of tiny sparks that erupt from the egg at the exact moment of conception. . . .

At the end of life, who decides what constitutes “quality of life”? Right now, the standard for [assisting in a suicide] is if they have less than six months to live. But what if someone decides to make that 60 months?

The fact of the matter is, once we go down the slippery pro-abortion slope of determining which lives are worth allowing to continue, and which should be terminated, whether for the convenience of others, or for any other reason, we can’t turn back. That is why the abortion issue goes beyond an issue of religious belief and is a human rights issue.

That is why those who claim to be “personally pro-life” should be fighting to protect all life. ....Read More

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Rebecca Renee Spellmeyer said...

Public policy and private policy.

Justin Podlewski said...

It is called being hypocritical. Or as Hillary calls it: Having a Public position and having a private position. lol!

Yeb Yiler said...

He Lies..

Aodh P O'Beachain said...

Typiucal split brain DAemocratic poitician. Two faced. Forked tongue. Split brain = schozophrenic