Do you have a passion in life? Christian McQueen does. As he explained in The 10 Slut Commandments, McQueen feels called to “exploit,” “use,” and “turn out” women with “daddy issues.” Of course, this lifestyle does carry some risks. Chief among them? Creating a child. “Never get a slut pregnant,” he warns, and then goes on to extoll the benefits of abortion.
However, Mr. McQueen is a bit of an aberration. After all, most people aren’t fans of abortion, and it’s easy to see why: abortion ends a life. When this is pointed out, many of its defenders will claim that a fetus isn’t human…which begs a question:
Others suggest that a fetus isn’t a seperate life at all, but is somehow part of his or her mother’s body. Christine Quinn did so earlier this year in a debate with Rick Santorum:
Let’s be clear here, Rick, with all of your distortions and horrible tales: When a woman gets pregnant, that is not a human being inside of her. It is part of her body and this is about a woman having full agency and control of her body and making decisions about her body and what is part of her body with medical professionals. Those are the facts and that is the law.
Unfortunately for Quinn, this raises even more questions. Specifically, how could one person have two heart beats? Two sets of fingerprints? Two unique DNA sequences? How could a body part independently feel pain of the person it belongs to? The experience of Gianna Jessen raises another.
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Gianna was accidentally delivered during a botched late-term abortion (you can watch her testify before Congress about it below). How did the act of traveling down the birth canal transform her from an unwanted appendage into a person?
Quinn should also explain why late-term abortionist Willie Parker declared, "Abortion kills a human being, I agree. When I admin- do an abortion, I am clear what she is asking me to do for her."
Or what Planned Parenthood’s Dr. Savita Ginde meant when she was recorded looking down at an aborted fetus and stating, “It’s a baby.”
Of course, I doubt Christine Quinn wants to address any of these issues. She probably doesn’t want to talk about how the abortion industry has covered up child rape and human trafficking either. The good news? Pro-lifers do, and there are some other things we like doing as well.
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For example, like pointing out how couples seeking to adopt actually outnumber available infants, and that many can be easily found online.
What’s more, we support pregnancy care centers, places where women can find practical assistance and emotional support. Because while abortion advocates may not have answers, the pro-life movement does.
And we're not afraid to share them.
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