Here’s One Photo That Shows Why Partial-Birth Abortion Is Wrong

Two things have long puzzled me about the abortion issue. First, everybody in the political debate on the issue knows, whether they publicly admit it or not, that unborn human beings are always the victims, whether they are killed 12 weeks into a pregnancy, 25 weeks or one minute before birth.

Second, if no human being has the right to enslave another human being, why does any human being have the right to destroy another human being at any point prior to its birth?’s Dr. Frank Turek — co-author with Dr. Norm Geisler of “I Don’t Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist” —addressed some key aspects of the abortion issue in this recent video, with one photograph that ought to remove any remaining doubt in anybody’s mind that it is human beings who are being slaughtered in the name of convenience:


Author: Mark Tapscott

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4 thoughts on “Here’s One Photo That Shows Why Partial-Birth Abortion Is Wrong”

  1. That picture has always stayed with me ever since I first saw it. Little Samuel, and millions of others are indeed deserving of our love and protection. It disgusts me that the Democrat Party has turned into Moloch.


  2. Human being, obviously. I don’t care how much anger and shaming and blame the feminists raise. The truth remains.


  3. “I am not a doctor, and I am not God. I trust other human beings to make these decisions.”
    Senator Boxer lied. Senators, with all their power are very nearly as close to being God as humans can get. As a Senator she does indeed have the power AND the responsibility to legislate life and death, to extend or withdraw the constitutional protections of the law to living human beings, and even to define what is human and what is not, under the law. I have no doubt whatsoever that she fully knows and understands her power.


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