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The Libertarian Case for Life

Francis W. Porretto Wrote: Apr 02, 2013 7:31 AM
Legal theory and arguments to one side, this debate will not be won on rational grounds. The only path to victory leads to the high EMOTIONAL ground: Love of the unborn child coupled to intense shame over merely contemplating his (NOT "its") destruction. On the matter of libertarian sentiment, Andrew Melechinsky liked to make the point that libertarianism is inherently pro-life: "Your life, my life, everybody's life!" The one exception (some) libertarians have made is for the unborn child -- and it's high time they eliminated that blot on their escutcheon.
Frank130 Wrote: Apr 02, 2013 9:53 AM
Just "(some) libertarians" are not pro-life?? I beg to differ! It's been my experience that MOST Libertarians are very, very vocal & nasty in their opposition to those of us who are pro-life & who might like to join the Libertarian Party, but we are shouted down, humiliated & shunned by the vast majority of so-called Libertarians & made to feel "persona non-grata".
Texas Chris Wrote: Apr 02, 2013 2:53 PM
A person who advocates the initiation of violence against an innocent is NOT a libertarian, and you should call them on it when you see them!
Earl29 Wrote: Apr 02, 2013 7:54 AM

At this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), I was invited to participate on a panel called "The Future of the Movement: Winning with Generation X/Y." I had a lot of ideas to discuss, including utilizing new messages to reach this new pro-life generation, recruiting more candidates with a willingness to stand up for what they believe in, developing new technology, and improving grassroots organizing, to name a few.

But, instead of focusing on the panel's extremely important topic, the moderator, Students for Liberty Co-Founder Alexander McCobin, decided to use his time to advance his libertarian ideal of legalizing gay marriage....