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Friday, January 17, 2014

A letter from our president

The anniversary of Roe v. Wade on January 22nd is a somber occasion. It reminds us of the millions of innocent lives that have been lost to abortion in the United States. It is also a very hectic time for many pro-life advocates, myself included.

And yet this is, without question, my favorite time of year. Why? Because for me, it's a family reunion. My dear pro-life friends, many of whom I only get to see in January, gather from all parts of the country to honor the lives lost, celebrate the lives saved, and make plans to advance the cause of life in the coming year.

I hope you'll be able to make it to this year's family reunion! We'll be in Louisiana on Saturday the 18th, in the D.C. area on the 21st and 22nd, and in San Francisco on the 25th and 26th.

Get all the details on our website. See you soon!

For life,

Kelsey Hazzard
President of Secular Pro-Life

11 comments:

Drew Hymer said...

Extremist!


some one had to do it.

Anton said...

"Dismemberment"? Yeah, nothing extremist about that.

Rachel Anne Enders said...

I don't know if you know how abortion works.

JDC said...

I don't think he knows much about anything.

Philmonomer said...

If there is no dismemberment (say, using the morning after pill, or any medication abortion--up to 9 weeks, I think), is it not wrong?

Defamate said...

Are all abortions, the majority, done by dismembering the embryo/fetus?


And does it matter how it's removed? Would it be acceptable if every embryo was removed through c-section?

Rachel Anne Enders said...

Most involve body parts being removed individually.

LN said...

No, it's still wrong. Banners and signs (and bumper stickers) are not meant to be comprehensive arguments against abortion.

Philmonomer said...

I think that is not true (although I don't have time to do the research now). Do you have any evidence for this?

Rachel Anne Enders said...

Well, when you're vacuuming up a child, body parts are ripped off.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dilation_and_evacuation

Jay Smith said...

Sorry guys, but the method used to abort doesn't change the status, morally or legally, of what is aborted. Dismemberment is a Fallacy, an Appeal to Emotion.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Appeal_to_emotion