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Abortion: the only right that matters?

by | Apr 26, 2018

By Right to Life of Michigan

On April 19 a federal appeals court struck down an Indiana law that banned abortions based on the child’s race, sex, or disability status.

While some claim those kind of abortions are so rare they aren’t worth discussing, these type of abortions are happening, even millions of them globally every year.

The ruling was very simple: “The Supreme Court has been clear: the State may inform a woman’s decision before viability, but it cannot prohibit it,” Judge William Bauer wrote.

Roe v. Wade recognizes zero limits on abortion before viability (and no real enforceable limit after viability). That’s it. Abortion is sacrosanct. A right not even worth a footnote in the actual Constitution takes precedence over real rights included in it. The 14th Amendment due process protections mean you can’t deprive someone of their life because of their race.

When the 14th Amendment conflicts with abortion, our many pro-abortion judges in America say we must toss aside the 14th Amendment. Anti-discrimination laws are upheld as constitutional, but when it comes to abortion, anti-discrimination itself becomes a form of discrimination, according to those who believe only some human beings are worthy of human value.

The ability to take the life of your child is so sacred in the minds of some that they embrace without question violent manifestations of racism, sexism, or able-ism.

Should it be legal to violently take the life of a child in the womb because of their race? Roe v. Wade says it has to be, and so do abortion supporters.

Should it be legal to violently take the life of a child in the womb because she’s a girl? Roe v. Wade says it has to be, and so do abortion supporters.

Should it be legal to violently take the life of a child in the womb because of a cleft palate? Roe v. Wade says it has to be, and so do abortion supporters.

The pro-life movement often makes the argument that support for abortion is also wrong because it degrades how we value humanity in general. Look no further than in how abortion is a tool for the largest form of sex-discrimination in history.

By some estimates, more than 160 million women are missing because of sex-selection abortions. Yet when our highly-respected public officials like former Vice President Joe Biden travel to China and have a chance to confront them for violations of basic human rights, they flub it. Joe Biden even went so far to say that he “fully understands” China’s brutal one-child policy, and wouldn’t “second guess” it.

So, how does one become so morally warped that they don’t think 160 million missing women deserves even a second guess? By believing that the value of human life always depends on the circumstances.

Today, it’s fashionable to be at the forefront of movements to expand rights and privileges. But the second people in groups considered unprivileged collide with our regime of abortion-on-demand for any reason, abortion will always win. Abortion declares that the ultimate value of those groups of human beings is purely subjective. It’s all up to your opinion.

The horrific nature of abortion means those who support it inevitably become incapable of seeing horror in abortion in any form, because once you do, the foundation comes crumbling down.

Categories: Abortion
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