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:: Wednesday, April 14, 2004 ::

Good point from a reader re: "March for Women's Lives":

"Witford says: 'We have the right to make our own deeply felt, deeply moral decisions.'

What makes abortion -- which he sees as removing a wart-- a deep moral decision?"

Indeed. And I'd like to add:

What's all this "we" stuff? He's not sticking his feet in stirrups or sweating the ABC link.

Furthermore, Hitler made deeply felt, deeply moral decisions. So did Manson, Bundy, Dahmer, Rollings, etc.

Since when does feeling deeply and morally about something justify killing innocent people?

The right to swing your fist (or empty your uterus) ends where someone else's nose begins.

:: ashli 9:51 AM # ::

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