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Thursday, October 23, 2008

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I recently read "Render" and I highly recommend it. Very well done.

Andrew

I pray the bishop is right. However, I have a hard time imagining Roe being overturned in any way except through an overwhelming and sustained public outcry against abortion. When one considers that over 90% of down-syndrome children are aborted, and that over 50% of Americans claim to be pro-life, it becomes evident that to most pro-life people abortion is just a plank in a party platform. When it actually matters in their lives, most "pro-lifers" abort just like the "pro-choicers". The number of true pro-life people is, I'm afraid, much smaller than the polls reveal. This is, of course, no excuse for ever giving up the fight.

Ed Peters

"When it actually matters in their lives, most 'pro-lifers' abort just like the 'pro-choicers'."

That is simply not true.

Andrew

Dr. Peters, I certainly hope you are right and I am wrong. However, how do you account for 90% of down syndrome children being aborted?

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