Any easy way to spot pro-choice lies

Just count how many times they use the term “reproductive” along with “choice” or ” freedom.”  I counted nine in this pro-abortion piece alone: President Obama Notes Roe Vs Wade Anniversary; Faithful Advocates Must Double Efforts To Protect Choice.  It also used the word “choice” nine times, while conveniently failing to mention what was being chosen: The deliberate destruction of an innocent human being.

Of course, anti-science pro-abortionists use word games like “reproductive choice” or “reproductive freedom” as cheap emotional tricks.  The issue with abortion is not reproduction.  It is a scientific fact that a human being has already been reproduced.

“I am committed to protecting this constitutional right,” Mr. Obama said in a statement. “I also remain committed to policies, initiatives, and programs that help prevent unintended pregnancies, support pregnant women and mothers, encourage healthy relationships, and promote adoption.”

That’s odd, because pro-aborts like Obama and the author never seem to support crisis pregnancy centers.  These organizations help women and families in need, but pro-aborts view them as the enemy.

Mr. Obama, the father of two young daughters, called on Americans to “recommit ourselves more broadly to ensuring that our daughters have the same rights, the same freedoms, and the same opportunities as our sons to fulfill their dreams.”

What a bizarre statement.  I didn’t realize that sons had the opportunity to destroy their children.

Mr. Obama said the 1973 Supreme Court ruling “affirms a fundamental principle: that government should not intrude on private family matters.”

That is the question-begging that is foundational to nearly all pro-abortion arguments: It assumes that the unborn aren’t human beings.  If you choose infanticide that isn’t a private family matter, is it?

RCRC today launched an interfaith social justice campaign – Insure Women, Ensure our Future – for full coverage of abortion services in the insurance exchanges. We act as people of faith whose strong family values are rooted in our diverse traditions and who believe that women’s lives are sacred, as are all lives, and must be protected.

That’s odd, because the RCRC (the nauseatingly named Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, whose moniker guarantees 24x7x365 blasphemy) doesn’t oppose gender selection abortions, virtually all of which destroy females for the sole reason that they are female.

Guided by compassion and our commitment to a more just world, we hold that women deserve safe medical care throughout their lives, including abortion services if and when necessary, both for their own health and for the well-being of their families.

The unborn are family members, and abortion is bad for their health.

Like many churches and religious groups, the General Synod of the United Church of Christ has offered support for reproductive choice

This is useful to spot apostate churches and teachers.  They support the murder of the unborn and cloak it in lies like “reproductive choice.”

God has given us life, and life is sacred and good.

And it is a scientific fact that the unborn are living human beings.  It is a biblical fact that God said not to shed innocent blood.

God has also given us the responsibility to  make decisions which reflect a reverence for life in circumstances when conflicting realities are present. Jesus affirmed women as full partners in the faith, capable of making decisions that  affect their lives.

Blasphemy.  Jesus never gave women  — or men — full partnership in sinful behavior.  Wanting to destroy life because your birth control didn’t work, or you didn’t take it, or you changed your mind, or whatever, is wrong.  Don’t compound it by claiming Jesus supports your sin.

There are many justice issues related to reproductive health, including access to pre- and postnatal care for all women, equal access to the full range of legal reproductive health services  including abortion, the right of women to determine when, if and how many children she should  have . . .

Can the women decide how many to have once they are outside the womb?  Of course not.  So the only question is, “What is the unborn?”  Since they are human beings we should protect them.

We should undertake our advocacy on this issue with prayer and humility.

No, you should oppose the destruction of innocent human beings.

As President Obama said today, we must “recommit ourselves more broadly to ensuring that our daughters have the same rights, the same freedoms, and the same opportunities as our sons to fulfill their dreams.”

Run, don’t walk, from any “reverend” or church spouting such blasphemy and anti-science nonsense.  If these people really cared about women they wouldn’t stand for the lack of regulation that resulted in the “house of horrors” (which accurately describes any abortion clinic).  They also would rail against Planned Parenthood’s serial hiding of statutory rape.

Never let pro-legalized abortionists get away with the “reproductive choice / reproductive freedom” lie.  Just ask, “But aren’t abortions designed to kill the human being that has already been reproduced?” If they accept the correction, then they were just guilty of sloppy thinking.  If they repeat it, they are deliberate liars.

10 thoughts on “Any easy way to spot pro-choice lies”

  1. Nice job breaking down the speech and the RCRC press release Neil!

    Did you see my post on the Philly killer where I posted a video from CNN about Obama’s voting against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act?

    Here:
    http://winteryknight.wordpress.com/2011/01/19/state-regulators-ignored-abortionist-who-killed-born-alive-infants-with-scissors/

    And what about this good news:
    http://winteryknight.wordpress.com/2011/01/21/house-republicans-introduce-ban-on-taxpayer-funding-of-abortion/

    Put me in your next round-up!!!

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  2. In my take on abortion as a right, I point out the paradox that if abortion is a human right, then female fetuses have more of a right to an abortion than they do to be born, and aborting the female fetus deprives her of her fundamental human rights.

    Also that “human rights” are rights that all humans share, so by definition, abortion should not beconsidered a human, or fundamental right since it excludes half the population.

    What Gives You The Right

    The whole “reproductive freedoms” language is highly deceptive. They imply they want the right to reproduce, as you say, but in fact they want the right to end the reproduction.

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  3. You keep repeating that science holds that the unborn is a human being (which is true). Almost no one remembers that, according to the Protection of Unborn Children Law passed in 2004, the Federal Government recognizes that “the term ‘unborn child’ means a child in utero, and the term ‘child in utero’ or ‘child, who is in utero’ means a member of the species homo sapiens, at any stage of development, who is carried in the womb.” Science agrees. The legal system agrees. So … what’s the argument about? Oh, yeah, “Women have the right to choose to murder their children without consequence under certain circumestances.” No, that can’t be right.

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  4. Mr. Obama, the father of two young daughters, called on Americans to “recommit ourselves more broadly to ensuring that our daughters have the same rights, the same freedoms, and the same opportunities as our sons to fulfill their dreams.”

    I was able to get my super-fancy education without stabbing my unborn child in the head with a fork… just like men can get their professional degrees without committing murder.

    I’ve been able to become a leader in several political and advocacy groups without RU-486 – just like men!

    I’ve made TV appearances without sacrificing a baby to the altar of liberalism – just like men!

    So what’s the issue?

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    1. Incidentally, that’s an odd statement to be made by the husband of a stay-at-home mom who sacrificed her high-powered career and HLS degree for his ambitions…..

      Obviously, I’m not criticising that particular choice of theirs, just pointing out that he’s not exactly Todd Palin, ya know?

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