If I'm Not Human, What Am I?Oct 03, 2013
I think the good folks at LiveAction.org must read this blog. A day after I wrote that science, to the discontent of the Secular Left, long ago proved that the being inside a pregnant woman is a human (and not a frog, for example), the pro-life organization posted the image below on its Facebook page. The question, similar to the one I posed ("Is it a frog?") cuts to the core of the conversation, a conversation the Secular Left would rather not have, thus its strawman arguments, demonization of pro-lifers and vulgar protests. But, unless women can give birth to plants or animals, it is a human inside them. If it is a human inside them, and someone destroys that human, is that not a murder? At the very least, if there is any doubt — and who can deny there's at least that? — shouldn't we as a society, as with in any other circumstance, err on the side of safety? Isn't that what the medical profession is sworn to do?
What is that? A frog? Might as well be to pro-abortion supporters. (H/T LiveAction.org).