Regardless of how you feel about the controversial Alabama abortion bill, the fact that abortion — or, rather, a successful abortion — results in the death of at least one living human being really shouldn’t be up for debate. So why is it?
Brit Hume can’t help but notice the measures abortion advocates take to avoid ever having to acknowledge what abortion actually entails:
If the case for abortion rights is so strong, why is it always cloaked in such euphemisms as “choice,” “women’s health,” and the biggest howler of all, “reproductive rights?” Whatever abortion is about, it is most certainly not about “reproduction.”
— Brit Hume (@brithume) May 15, 2019
My favorite is "reproductive justice."
These days, just tack "justice" onto the end of whatever your pet issue is, and then no one can argue against it
— David Dominianni (@DavidDominianni) May 15, 2019
Abortion is certainly not about “planned parenthood” either. It’s the death of parenthood.
— AmericanOutlaw (@OldWestOutlaw) May 15, 2019
Probably because when your argument/position is intellectually, spiritually and morally bankrupt you must cloak it somehow to make it sound acceptable.
— David Walton (@PieGuevara) May 15, 2019