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    Michigan Pro-Lifers - Gird Your Loins!

    By Theblogprof, Section News
    Posted on Fri Aug 07, 2009 at 08:24:47 AM EST
    Tags: abortion, Michigan (all tags)

    Life - Imagine the potential:

    Where do you stand on the issue of life? Does it move you? Is it on the back burner for you? Is it just "one of many issues?" These are questions that should not, that can not, be avoided. There is no middle ground on this issue, sans the rhetoric of our pro-abort President. There is no middle ground here the same as there was no middle ground regarding slavery. Like it or not, we are in a war for life. Us versus them. Good versus evil. Life versus death. This war was not brought by us, but by the legions of pro-aborts in this state, this nation, and around the world.

    More below the fold...

    Here in Michigan, we have a Governor that says she is personally opposed to abortion, but won't push that through in any way. Quite the opposite in fact. This is a misnamed "middle ground" that many choose. Unfortunately, for them and the unborn, there is no middle ground. No shades of gray. Seeking such a position is a de facto vote for abortion. It's as simple as that. You choose to be for life, or against it.

    Because of all that is at stake in 2010, we must all make a commitment on this issue above all others. After all, for what issue would we sacrifice our children? A better economy? More money in your pocket? Social justice of some sort? How would one account for countenancing mass murder on a scale that makes the Holocaust seem small by comparison? Consider that 50 million babies have been put to death in the U.S. alone since the unconstitutional Roe v Wade decision. Or that, right now, 13 million children are aborted annually in China alone. It's an atrocity on an unimaginable scale. There are many that would label such thought "single-issue voting," as if that was an abomination of some sort. Imagine such a thought in the days of slavery. Absolutely the slavery issue held veto power to many voters, just as abortion holds veto power in who I cast a vote for today.

    The battle cry for 2010 may be the the best chance we have at saving many unborn lives. Democrats nationally and here in Michigan would like nothing less than to foist unconstitutional laws upon the population, sentencing even more unborn to death. By legislative fiat if possible. By judicial fiat if necessary. Yet, more people are speaking up. And as technology becomes more available, many are seeing the truth of life before birth. In fact, I am heartened that more U.S. citizens now self-identify as pro-life than pro-choice, as Gallup recently found:

    The line is drawn in the sand. Whom do you stand with? We didn't start the fight, but we will fight it nonetheless. This is a fight that is not fought with shield and spear. It will be fought in the culture. In the hearts and minds of all people. We must therefore be armed with knowledge and a desire to disseminate it. To this end, I will be writing a series of pro-life posts on logical, moral, Biblical, scientific and other evidence that abortion on demand is evil and wrong, how abortion has divided us as a people, how abortion has shaped the modern Democrat party, why science says it's easier to be a pro-abort and why being pro-life is literally right. All this with a particular focus on this issue here in Michigan. 2010 is right around the corner. Gird. Your. Loins!

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    Sent chills down my spine (none / 0) (#2)
    by Theblogprof on Fri Aug 07, 2009 at 09:52:45 AM EST
    when I first saw it. Thought it was one of the greatest ideas for a pro-life video ever.

    Well said (none / 0) (#5)
    by The Wizard of Laws on Fri Aug 07, 2009 at 04:52:24 PM EST
    A terrific post, Prof.  Can you imagine someone saying, "I am personally opposed to slavery, but I will not force my opinions on any slaveowners"?  The analogy is not perfect, but you'd think it would resonate with somebody.  Great job of dispensing with the so-called "middle ground."

    hmm (none / 0) (#6)
    by quigonjames on Fri Aug 07, 2009 at 05:18:03 PM EST
    Murder would seem to be murder no matter the circumstances. I understand how and why you feel the way you do but it doesn't make it right. IMO

    • I would consider myself by Theblogprof, 08/07/2009 11:04:54 PM EST (none / 0)
      • I agree by quigonjames, 08/08/2009 11:15:21 AM EST (none / 0)
        • Self-defense by quigonjames, 08/10/2009 06:15:27 AM EST (none / 0)
          • Exodus 20:13 by quigonjames, 08/10/2009 03:56:14 PM EST (none / 0)
            • Well by quigonjames, 08/11/2009 04:25:04 PM EST (none / 0)
    Liberals Are Pro-Life For Their Health Care (none / 0) (#12)
    by Bruce on Sat Aug 08, 2009 at 04:55:43 PM EST
    ... but not everyone's.  Those arguing for nationalized health care argue it is a right because of the phrase in the Declaration of Independence: "... life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."  If the founders' intention was to preserve life, goes the argument, then they intended that the government does everything possible to that end... and, obviously, government-managed health care is critical to that end.

    Despite that bit of rhetoric, these liberals are willing to split hairs over "life."  If a child in its mother's womb hasn't been born, then it isn't really alive.  If it isn't really alive, then it doesn't have the right to life that is the premise for their nationalized health care.  At the other end, the elderly with severe health problems are "just barely alive."  So the elderly should be given counseling and placed in medical warehouses rather than expensive procedures.  Life, then, is what they make it.

    Given that, how can you be surprised at the inconsistency of our Governor?

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