My take on the abortion issue starts with this. Anyone who calls themselves “pro-choice” or who claims to be in favor of “women’s reproductive rights” has to answer just one question for me: do you believe there should be more abortions performed in the world, or fewer? If you don’t answer the latter, then you are in favor of death.
Pro-abortion advocates always claim to support a “woman’s right to choose.” Except that to them, the choice is always for abortion, never for keeping the baby. I don’t care how often the claim is made that abortion must remain available in case of rape or incest. With over a million abortions performed a year in the U.S., most of these abortions are performed for the convenience of the mother. It is simply inconvenient for them to have a child come into their lives, even if briefly before being given up for adoption.
At some point, we must ask pro-abortion advocates one further question: at what point will even you draw the line and say that certain conduct is beyond the bounds of humanity? When a child survives an abortion which was done because the baby had an easily correctable cleft palate, then survives the abortion and is left to die, what do you say to that?
Can human beings at least agree that this is beyond the pale? This is eugenics, plain and simple, and it is here now.