That life begins at conception, is a “core issue of faith?”
Interesting that the libs do not so categorize the belief that the ancestor, a billion years ago, was a protozoan, or the ancestor a few million years ago was a type of monkey; that’s not called a core issue of faith. But the entity that is conceived by humans, let’s not be hasty and call that a human life! That’s just your faith talking.
Especially considering that in the absence of an abortion or medical problem, a fetus will ALWAYS become a living, breathing human being.
However, the left doesn't accept "normal" processes -- when you or I look into a toilet, we see something that needs to be flushed, a leftist sees potential artwork.
Of all the lies he's told, this is the slickest.
Natural facts are not issues of "faith." To short-circuit reality and say, "it is not necessary to establish and accept facts," implying that one's "faith" makes doing so unnecessary, is the ultimate, de-constructionist coup. It's voluntary insanity.
It was no different than Bill Clinton saying, "I'll define "is" the way I want to, you define it the way you want to." It is wanton rebellion against the laws of logic.
It's not good for people to elect a leader who practices something like that.
PB put himself way out there with his voting record. While the traditional argument has been pro-abortion and pro-life; most people see that as an argument between life starting at birth or conception. OB went way overboard with allowing a born baby to be killed by negligience or worse. How many people agree with that? I’m thinking less than .001%.