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Answering the Only Question That Matters About Abortion Comments

Pregnancy is no easy thing, period. There is no reason not to admit that pregnancy can be very, very hard on a woman. It can be every good and beautiful thing, and it can be some very difficult things, too. That's the truth,plain and simple. But here's the bottom line: it's irrelevant. All that matters is the humanity of the child in the womb. Continue Reading

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  1. john
    1 year ago

    You forgot the main argument - It's not a 'person'.

    Personhood begins when the baby enters the world outside the mother's womb.
    Mind you, there's no scientific or medical definition of personhood. They just made it up to suit their need.

    The 'potential human being' thing, though, is brilliant. It's something Satan would - is - extremely proud of. Exquisite in its' simplicity, crystal in its' ability to bamboozle the ignorant American intellect.

    No, the gates of hell will not overcome Christ's Church, but they sure as heck will kick it into the corner.

    Your problem, Jennifer, is that no one listens to you. The media determine what arguments are heard, and of those which are heard, which are determined to be reasonable, and which are 'extreme'.

    You won't be heard, and even if you were, you'd be labelled 'extreme'.

    Our only role is to keep the light from extinguishing.

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