I definitely don't think, nor did I say, that she should have been prevented from opening the session because she was an abortion survivor. That's why I said he should have just stated up front that she was an abortion survivor.
I don't know the political players involved, so I don't know if whe WOULD have been prevented from opening the session if that "inconvenient truth" had been known, but in today's world of thick animosity, she probably would have (depending on whether or not the person Harvey asked was pro-Life of pro-Choice!).
And no, Jesus didn't tell everyone he was the Son of God, but I think we can still agree that it's not Christian-like. There's a difference between a trait being "Christian-like" and an act being an exception to that rule. I simply said this wasn't "Christian-like." I didn't say it's never been done before, and I didn't say there aren't times when it's appropriate to do. But I'm sure neither you nor I think it's ok for Christians to go around living their lives and getting through life under false pretexts, backdoor slams, and blindsiding people.
And remember, just because Planned Parenthood isn't strong on "full disclosure", doesn't mean we can't hold ourselves to a higher standard. We don't have to swim in the gutter with people... that doesn't exactly make us any better than them.
I simply want everyone to act like grown-ups, be able to discuss things rationally, and treat each other with respect, regardless of whether they disagree about things. THAT, to me, is Christian-like, and I wish more so-called Christians would behave that way. (But now I am way off topic, so I apologize!)