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Abortion Remains a Big Deal 40 Years After Roe

Michael2502 Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 11:07 PM
If anyone has any doubt about the callous disregard for human life that abortion has inculcated in today's youth, look no farther than a 22-year-old friend of mine with whom I had a conversation about a "kill switch" scenario. You've got 2 people, and you have to kill one, so which do you pick. In the scenario we were talking about, the decision was between a baby -- a real, born-alive baby -- and an adult. She said the baby should die because there was more social worth in the adult: society had already invested so much in the adult (e.g., education, skills, relationships) that it would be better for society if the adult lived. (I didn't think to ask her how old the child would have to be before it was worth saving rather than the adult.)

In this 40th year of legalized abortion in America, Hollywood and Planned Parenthood want you to know abortion is no big deal.

That’s the message we’re to infer from the recent episode of NBC’s hit show “Parenthood” titled “Small Victories,” in which the teen character Amy casually decides to abort her baby because, as she explains to her boyfriend, “If I have this baby, my life is over.” Apparently the figurative end of her life would be a bigger deal than the literal end of a baby’s.

On the show, Amy’s boyfriend, Drew, objects to the abortion and tries to map...