- Dec 12, 2009
- Reaction score
- Nun-ya-dang Bidness
- Political Leaning
- Very Conservative
Chuz, no one here, out of the many people of varied political persuasions, has ever found this so-called "argument" legitimate or compelling or persuasive or clever. At all.
If you can't even persuade your fellow prolifers with it, what chance do you have of convincing the government and the Supreme Court?
As far as arguments go, it's a loser. it's silly, and it makes you look silly.
You should give it up, and work on formulating a different one.
I believe this question (raised initially by 1069) is worthy of its own thread.First of all, I believe you are wrong and that they do agree with me. Even if they don't want to say so publicly.
But, you raise a fair point,...
So, to my fellow pro-lifers and anti-aborts,... I have to ask; "If it's not that you believe that a new person is born (comes into existence) at the moment of their conception,.... why then do you oppose elective abortions?
What (if not the fact that a new person is born (comes into being) at conception) is the reason for your objections?"
Only pro-lifers and fellow anti-aborts need respond.