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Friday, September 30, 2005

Uncommon Sense

Let's look at the first two meanings of common sense at

a. Belonging equally to or shared equally by two or more; joint: common interests.
b. Of or relating to the community as a whole; public: for the common good. See Usage Note at mutual.

We can see that there is no such thing as common sense when it comes to the topic of abortion. One wouldn't think we would have to debate abortion. It seems so logical. To this day I struggle with understanding how proAborts can make the statement "abortion is more humane than raising a child in poverty or abuse".

Breeding humans to use their parts or for research sounds like one of the most horrible things we can do as humans, but Governor Jim Doyle thinks it's a good thing.

"Allowing our scientists to search for cures to the world's deadliest diseases isn't about being liberal or conservative. It's about being compassionate," the governor said in a statement.

This was in response to an anti-cloning bill he is going to veto.

The proDeath crowd wants to take our lives for experimentation and mercy killing. I could have imagined this in a lousy science movie years ago, but never as reality as I was growing up.

The Dutch government wants to expand their euthanasia laws to children and infants. They already have people deciding the fate of adults who are seriously ill, but they believe this is the next step in the direction of being more humane.

Common sense is uncommon. We must stop thinking the proAbort crowd is going to someday say "wow, you're right, abortion, embryonic stem cell research, cloning and euthanasia are wrong".

We need to stand up against this crowd with every breath we take and every moment of legislation. To stand up against the proAbort crowd has to be a concerted effort every single day.

Join the movement at Even if you are already involved in another proLife effort, take the 15 minutes that is required every month to speak out against abortion.
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