Skip to comments.Shocking Award-Winning Documentary "180" Changes Minds About Abortion
Posted on 11/30/2013 1:48:37 PM PST by Diago
I worked with a lady who is pro-death and I asked her about all the potential life and opportunity that was killed. How many scientists who may have cured cancer, AIDs etc. How many artist, musicians etc.
My feeling is to be pro-death is to be racist due to the number of minorities killed.
I wonder the same thing.
This is definitely worth checking out, though.
That was awesome Diago. Thanks for the links.
I see that they make the 180 video available for $1.50 (a buck fifty) and you can purchase the course itself for $10.00
The cost is awesome, but the end result of taking and utilizing the course is priceless.
This is exactly the way I've put it before too. You're 100% correct. There has been this meme going around from the pro-death crowd-- that those that were aborted somehow would have been born into impoverished conditions, and therefore that's not a "life". How many great people have come from impoverished conditions? The majority of this country was founded by poor people. It's liberals that keep them in the cycle of poverty by creation of their social programs.
When I talk to pro-deathers, I also make a comparison to slavery when it comes to abortion: we've taken a class of people (the unborn) and deemed their lives not as important for the sake of personal economic benefit. There is no difference.
We will never know, but we may have aborted several great people that could have played a key role in today's economy. We've all seen the impact one person can make, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs, etc.
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