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Partisan Word Games Don't Change the Reality of Abortion

Chries Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 4:30 PM
Robert, I don't know you, but to make the comments you make and then say, "This article is pure sophistry," certainly seems like you are engaging in a lot of projection.
arpiem Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 9:10 PM
It's also killing a full-term baby by puncturing its cranium and sucking out the brains. It didn't seem to work on you, except for the brains.
Robert1824 Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 8:21 PM
No they do not. Talk about distorting meanings of worrds. I repeat - an abortion is the surgical removal of a partiallly formed and VISIBLE fetus.
arpiem Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 6:33 PM
Pills can and have caused abortions. That's why moral people object to the "morning after" pill.
Robert1824 Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 5:45 PM
"Projection?" Ridiculous . No pill can cause an abortion . They are far preferable to surgical abortions . How cna you "murder" something which cna only be seen with a microscope ? An acorn is not a tree. An egg is not a chicken . A nut or bolt is not an automobile . A silkworm is not a dress .

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.