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Andrea Mitchell Corrects Guest Who Called Herself "Pro-Life": "Anti-Abortion Is More Value-Neutral"

Eric1945 Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 7:13 AM
Sure thing Andrea... and the left would prefer we call them pro-choice instead of pro-abortion, right. Here we are arguing semantics while millions of baby's are being murdered and the left is still playing their little pc game. When will they ever grow up!
G-Pa Chaz Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 8:03 AM
Eric, it’s not juvenile at all; it’s sound strategy: Everyone wants to align themselves with the positive side of an argument. Toward that end, if they can frame the argument as between PRO-choice and ANTI-abortion, those (somehow still) on the fence will just naturally align with what they see as the positive side. So the semantics are important.

My (rhetorical) question is this: Why would a pro-abortion--or, "pro-choice" if you're looking for something more value neutral--advocate like Andrea Mitchell want the issue of life and death to be "value-neutral"?

Here's a little nugget I came across today from Pastor John MacArthur: "They keep saying, 'A school is supposed to be a safe place!' Yeah well so is a womb."