The faces of the 10%

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Abortion has had an important, and positive, public- health effect. . .The number of Down’s Syndrome infants in Washington state in 1976 was 64 percent lower than it would have been without legal abortion.” Former Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders

ht: Hot Air

“Given that Palin’s decision is being celebrated in some quarters, it is crucial to reaffirm the morality of aborting a fetus diagnosed with Down syndrome (or by extension, any unborn fetus)—a freedom that anti-abortion advocates seek to deny.” Nicholas Provenzo

“For God will deliver the needy who cry out, the afflicted who have no one to help. He will take pity on the weak and the needy and save the needy from death. He will rescue them from oppression and violence, for precious is their blood in his sight.” Psalm 72:12-14 (lifted from an excellent article by Randy Alcorn.)

2 responses to “The faces of the 10%”

  1. Dana Avatar

    Those are the kinds of statements that make you wonder about people. Seriously, abortion isn’t going anywhere any time soon…probably ever. Palin could be president and abortion isn’t going anywhere. Even if it returned to a state issue, it wouldn’t go anywhere.

    So why these statements?

    The nation is split almost fifty/fifty on the issue, except that a large number of abortion supporters still think it is a bad thing, and that abortions should be held less frequently…they are just worried about all the “what ifs” and criminalization of young girls for “mistakes.”

    But this kind of talk starts to show the true colors of those who accuse the rest of us of whatever fanatacism it is they accuse us of. I don’t think they get a lot of sympathy of the average American, even if that “average” American supports the legality of abortion.

  2. April Avatar

    I think these comments have far less to do with the mainstream arguments for abortion rights (i.e. the rights of women to have abortions.) These arguments have more to do with eliminating “undesirables.” It’s a eugenics argument more than anything else. And I don’t think those who advocate eugenics are particularly concerned with how they sound to the undeserving masses.

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