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Partisan Word Games Don't Change the Reality of Abortion

Chries Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 4:28 PM
From the column: "Stanford actually admits that an individual human life begins when 'the sperm takes the egg out to Bennigan’s and fertilizes it'..." Life begins at conception because there's really no other time it can begin - that's the bottom line in any discussion about abortion. Abortion violates the God-given right to life, one of the basic human rights on which our country was founded.
Michael160 Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 9:31 PM
Why draw the line there? Each spermatozoa is alive, with a unique genetic code and potential to grow into a human being if it encounters and implants into an egg. Are the sperm young human beings?

Democratic consultant Jason Stanford of the Huffington Post thinks he has made a scientific discovery by claiming “birth control doesn’t cause abortions.” And he thinks opponents of ObamaCare’s abortion-pill mandate should throw in the towel.

Apparently Stanford failed to research the definition of “Orwellian.”

Stanford actually admits, in a crude way, the central claim of religious believers and pro-life Americans: that an individual human life begins when “the sperm takes the egg out to Bennigan’s and fertilizes it” and that many forms of “contraception” act after that event to “prevent the implantation in the uterus” of the new human being.

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