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Is the Personhood Movement Really Pro-Life?

On The Mark Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 8:20 AM
These complaints sound like those of someone afraid of success.
Yan5 Wrote: Jun 25, 2012 8:19 PM
I think that if every Christian in this country would quit self-righteously bemoaning how evil America has become and instead wake up a little early on every Saturday morning to go and pray in front of an abortion mill, the crowds would be so enormous that abortion mills would shut down across the country.

If you think that is too difficult, tell it to the souls that died as a result of your laziness when you get to the pearly gates.

One of the most controversial wings of the pro-life movement is the “personhood” effort. Championed by Personhood USA out of Colorado, its goal is to have personhood defined in law to include the unborn. Theoretically, it sounds good. Practically, it will never work and meanwhile is severely hurting the pro-life movement.

The pro-life movement does not support the personhood effort. Phyllis Schlafly's Eagle Forum issued this statement about it, “Nearly every reputable pro-life leader has criticized the approach of the personhood amendment, which will simply give more power to pro-abortion judges.” Another statement from...