David Santorum on Abortion, Rape, Incest
Former United states of america senator from Pennsylvania and current candidate for your GOP nomination
for leader Rick Santorum posed an extremely pertinent question at final Thursday's Republican debate,
relevant but largely ignored through Obama's mainstream media. Santorum asked why it had been
unacceptable in our country to execute a guilty rapist yet legally condoned as well as fully permissible to
eliminate the innocent product associated with rape.
Many states in the united states spare the lives of everybody from sadistic rapists in order to mass murderers
because funds punishment is deemed barbaric within civilized society although snuffing out pre-born life is
known as civilized even though the methods used in abortions cause excruciating pain for your aborted.
That truth hasn't fazed the town of San Francisco that is attempting to close being pregnant counseling
centers which avoid provide and advocate abortions neither has it dissuaded abortion providers for example
Planned Parenthood and others from pushing to get more business.
Long before fetal discomfort was documented, former abortionist-turned-pro-lifer Doctor. Bernard
Nathanson released their graphic "Silent Scream" movie which showed to any kind of reasonable viewer the
dreadful reality of abortion however, for political and individual reasons, relatively few people cared or
chose to not care.
Santorum evidently cares a good deal and last Thursday cited a newly released Supreme Court case where
the majority ruled a rapist could hardly be executed for which crime. That would become the same Court
that decided in 1973 that the woman's vague constitutional directly to privacy superseded the directly to life
of a pre-born baby.
As Santorum said with regards to saving the rapist, "That in my experience sounds like a country that does
not have its morals proper. That child did absolutely nothing wrong. That child is definitely an innocent
Not within the eyes of the legislation, Senator, and not within the perceptions of the generous, pro-abortion
lobby to that the act of abortion is really a virtual ideological sacrament as well as which persists in
distributing its gory gospel that a fully-formed fetus is simply an amorphous mass of tissue not allowed to
personhood and therefore not allowed to be classified a target, innocent or otherwise.
In his defense from the pre-born, Santorum went beyond most who pay lip service towards the pro-life
movement and ventured into the where few dare in order to tread, standing in opposition to any or all
abortions, even in cases in which a pregnancy results from rape as well as incest, a position which might
cost him dearly within the presidential sweepstakes.
Unflinching within his morality and declining to compromise his values, Santorum explained that for your
girl or woman target, "To be victimized twice might be a horrible thing" and reinforced his contention that
the pre-born child "is a good innocent human life. It is genetically human as soon as of conception. And this
is a human life. "
If he previously had even a remote opportunity to capture the nomination, the senator lost it together with
his adamant refusal to actually rationalize the evil which is abortion. His highly-principled, unwavering
honesty for the right to life reaches variance with most Republicans-not including Sarah Palin-who would
create exceptions when rape or even incest is involved.
All those Republicans, including those from the conservative persuasion, apparently think that life is sacred,
other than sometimes.
Santorum's valid stage that, regardless of the reason for a pregnancy, abortion is always wrong and immoral
due to the innocence of the victim great conviction that "one violence is enough" ought to be perfectly
acceptable to the actual GOP, the so-called "Party associated with Life, " but will not be.
After 50 million lawful abortions and two . 5 years guidance by probably the most pro-abortion president in
historical past, America-and far too numerous Republicans-have hypocritically sacrificed fundamental
principle within the bloody altar of expediency.
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