Monday, February 27, 2012

I'm ProLife BUT

I came across this today and thought it a good argument.

What do you think?

For the Dignity of the Born and Unborn,



Anonymous said...

How about "I'm pro life, BUT I don't see the need to force my life choices on other women."

Also, a zygote isn't a person. Stop trying to shame and humilate women who don't agree with you by passing vaginal probe legislation.

Every VA delegate that voted for that garbage is now a political target. said...

I feel sorry for people who believe everything they hear. For the record, the Virginia ultrasound bill was just like the ultrasound bills that have been passed in numerous other states; it contained no mention whatsoever of transvaginal ultrasound. If you don't believe me, go read the legislation for yourself.

LN said...

Why read the legislation when he can just make assumptions that allow him to bitch nonstop on a prolife website? Win win!

Love that this topic was addressed, though. If people call themselves pro-life, that implies they support life above all else. Yet "personally pro-lifers" don't act on that at all. It really makes no sense.

Anonymous said...

Your remarks would be believable if the GOP controlled house of Delegates did not vote down an amendment submitted by a democratic legislator that would have explicitly prohibited forced ultrasounds. They want women in VA to be afraid of going to get an abortion, they want to cause distress. They want to socially isolate women who decide that they don't want to be a parent. YOU ARE FORCING WOMEN TO DO THIS. You are anti choice. you are not pro life.