So in what case, whether severe or not, are we fit to judge whether a person deserves life or not? On what basis do we judge that a case is too severe? And why would this decision only be available before birth? Shouldn’t the parents be allowed to kill their disabled child after they are born and they know it’s too harsh a condition?Read More
Abortionists in #ABQ twist compassion exactly as Hitler's regime in Nazi Germany did. The parallels are clear: Sella, in the documentary “After Tiller”, remarks, “I do think about what I do all the time. -- And at times. I struggle and at times I don't. But I always come back to the woman and what she's going through. And often . . . this baby had fetal abnormalities. Well I mean to be alive. -- horrific.”
Abortion dehumanizes a valuable human being -- because of size, because of race, because of disability. This is the height of intolerance.