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Being Pro-Life Is Necessary to Defend Liberty

Being Pro-Life Is Necessary to Defend Liberty - Ron Paul

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"Patriotism should come from loving thy neighbor, not from worshiping Graven images." - ironman77

Graphic picture of another failed abortion

http://assets.nydailynews.com/polopoly_fs/1.1546734.1386945457!/img/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_635/meme14n-4-web.jpg

Bill of Rights /Amendment X: "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

Do you need a politician or judge to "interpret" those 28

Much like war

people who haven't been in war do not know the true horrors of war. These days, it's easy for people like McCain to talk and even laugh about bombing and killing people. The video below will give you an unseen look at abortion. Do NOT watch if you are sensitive to graphic images, or if you can't hold your food down.

**WARNING**: EXTREMELY GRAPHIC CONTENT of Aborted babies.
Watch at your own risk.

http://youtu.be/FPBZ2Q0mY7g

Amen sister!

I am overjoyed that she made it successfully through.

Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.
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Abortion is a matter that

Abortion is a matter that really hits home with me. My husband and I have been ttc for 5 years only to find no heartbeat with 3 pregnancies. Each time was ever so heart breaking and we mourned as anyone would mourn the loss of a child.

Why is it that when the pregnancy is wanted, it is Life and therefor cared and nurtured. But when it's inconvenient....it is only flesh and is to be disposed of.

What makes "us" so entitled to draw the line of where life starts?

Losing You Too Soon -

So sorry to hear of your losses, and the heart break that followed each one. It reminded me of a book you might find some comfort in, written by Bernadette Keaggy, wife of guitarist/song writer Phil Keaggy, about their experiences with the same circumstances.

http://www.amazon.com/Losing-You-Too-Soon-Miscarriage/dp/073...

From that page:
"The Keaggys' experience mirrors that of many who have experience stillbirth or miscarriage and don't know where to turn for hope and healing.

In Losing You too Soon Bernadette writes with candor about the hurt and confusion that shook her, Phil, and their marriage as they dealt with the eventual loss of five babies. Her story does not offer simple solutions, but an example of finding the strength and courage to go on. Interspersed with the Keaggys' story is practical advice for dealing with and recovering from loss. Poignant letters from other couples reveal different facets of grief and coping.

Many people who have experienced such a loss know how hard it is to find someone can truly understand what they are going through. For such readers, or those who seek to comfort them, Losing You to Soon is a source of profound encouragement and a reminder that God promises grace and hope in the midst of even the deepest pain."

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

Thank you. It really is a

Thank you. It really is a loss. And it makes me ill thinking about all those babies being murdered because of convenience. We live in a selfish world when people like Wendy Davis are considered heros for a filibuster that prevented a ban on abortions after 29 weeks. Sick.

What a beautiful person

inside and out. Thank God for her life.

"Once you become knowledgeable, you have an obligation to do something about it."- Ron Paul

Made me cry.

Thanks for posting.

"Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle." - Anonymous
http://youtu.be/cjkvC9qr0cc

Please, please, please

do not ever forget that a failed abortion is nothing less than a birth of reason and purpose. We almost aborted our own daughter at 6-7 weeks due to medical malpractice/misdiagnosis as to no observed heartbeat. We struggled in despair for 5 days before the feeling hit me that maybe they were wrong. We opted to have another ultrasound immediately before carrying out the D and C procedure, which by the way was not offered or suggested by the midwives or Samaritan Regional Medical Center. I'll never forget the moment when that heartbeat shined as bright as the sun on that screen and today our daughter is 9 months old and healthy as ever.

Abortion has many faces and is not isolated to human beings alone, in fact, we do a pretty damn good job of aborting the young of other species without care or remorse. This story is wonderful. I am pro-life but that is the view of a man who has experienced three traumas with my wife, of which only two are capable of receiving hugs and kisses in the flesh.

Father - Husband - Son - Spirit - Consciousness

The solution to abortion is

The solution to abortion is far more simple, get the gov out of the adoption business. There are plenty of people who want babies. They are a valuable commodity. People who talking about selling babies being horrific are economically illiterate. People buy a baby because THEY REALLY WANT A BABY far more than the person selling it. But that would empower women instead of making them dependent upon gov and the taxpayer to save them from their mistakes.

Except in the case of forced insemination against the will of the mother, all abortion is immoral, but the gov isn't and shouldn't be in the business of morality. Make it illegal in all cases but rape and then all unwanted pregnancies will become rape. Just as many babies will be aborted and a lot of innocent men will be sent to jail.

"In reality, the Constitution itself is incapable of achieving what we would like in limiting government power, no matter how well written."

~ Ron Paul, End the Fed

Forced insemination sucks but

Forced insemination sucks but it is still a life and that life is innocent. I don't have the answer to this one. How can we allow murder of ANY innocent life?

As a libertarian the answer

As a libertarian the answer should be easy for you; no one has the right to live off another person. An abortion in that case isn't murder, it's the sovereign individual terminating support of another person they didn't ask to take care of. The fact that support results in death is a consequence, but it isn't murder.

Let me give you a clear cut analogy. You live in a remote wilderness with no contact to the outside world. You saved enough food to just keep you and your family alive through the winter. A stranger shows up and forces his way into your home and wants to use your resources (yes, this is more analogous to the mother's health being in danger, but I want to show that simply terminating a pregnancy isn't immoral or murder in all cases). If you kick this person out of your home, this person will die. If you let this person stay, you and your entire family won't have enough to make it through the winter. You are not murdering that person by not taking care of them.

If you take the position that not taking care of someone is akin to murdering them, you have just justified every social welfare program.

"In reality, the Constitution itself is incapable of achieving what we would like in limiting government power, no matter how well written."

~ Ron Paul, End the Fed

Why not say a baby crawls into your camp?

But rather than jeopardize your comfort you choose to throw the baby over the cliff.

More accurate for the vast majority of abortions.

I'm sorry but this is not a

I'm sorry but this is not a very good analogy. A baby has no choice in this matter. None. The baby is completely innocent here. The only reason for abortion in all cases is burden. With the exception of the health of the mother. There are a lot of people I feel are a burden too...but it would be murder to expel those of which I view a burden.

So because babies have no

So because babies have no choice others could be forced to take care of them? If that's your position, you don't understand the basic tenets of libertarianism and where it's appropriate to use force.

Let's take that same scenario and make a very tiny change, a child is dropped off on your doorstep. Not the child's choice. By your failed logic, you would be forced to take care of that child, to the detriment of your own family, or else you would be guilty of murder. Pretty cut and dry there guy.

And we aren't even touching on the massive state that will have to exist to enforce your morality. That state will be exactly what we have today.

So make a choice, either be a libertarian and let god judge or keep playing pseudo-libertarian while begging for a big gov to use force to enforce your idea of morality and then don't bitch when you get everything else along with it. You don't get to have both.

"In reality, the Constitution itself is incapable of achieving what we would like in limiting government power, no matter how well written."

~ Ron Paul, End the Fed

This sounds like an argument that would have been used

to excuse slavery.

You don't own the life of the baby or any other human life, whether you are the mother, father, or a stranger who received the baby on your door step. Any conscionable person would make sure that an abandoned child was given to the care of responsible people or a family that can provide for it what it sounds like you don't want to give.

Morality plays a big role in the problems we face as a nation. These pseudo explanations you are giving are evidence that you are not acknowledging the importance of virtue in completing the liberty message. It is a dead message without values and virtue. No immoral people can uphold that which God has granted. It becomes more of a stale cost benefit analysis. Even worse, we see a situation where defenseless life is in question and you opt for eradication. What is so wrong with other options such as adoption?

Fortunately our natural rights have been given to us by God, something our founding fathers understood. They can not be taken away by flawed men and flawed thinking. Justice is his but it is our responsibility to do what we can to defend his command. Abortion on demand is not a natural right, for God created all of us for a purpose. I pray that you come to value his creation and see his infinite wisdom in designing you, me and the unborn. It is not ours to decide which of these shall live or die.

Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.
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You cant extend property rights to a child the same way you do

Do a dog or a table.

Property right have to do with you owning yourself an the effects of your actions.

well you end up with a situation where you have joint ownership in thus case. Three people own the child. The mother, the father, and the child itself.

The point I am trying to make is that this situation is unique to any other situation dealing with property rights, and could only really reproduced using contacts.

So, if you entered into a contract with two other people declaring joint ownership of an object, could you destroy that object with out even one of their permissions.

Do you think you have the baby's permission to kill it?

Séamusín

You are correct.

You are correct.

You are a RETARD. If a child

You are a RETARD. If a child is dropped off at your door would you kill it?

"If we can't protect life, how can we protect liberty" Ron Paul

The libertarian way

also teaches personal responsibility. With the exception of rape and incest, it's your responsibility to care for a baby when you have sex, especially knowing the risk of pregnancy. The baby didn't ask to be born either, so he loses all rights because someone got horny? Plus, a criminal invading your house is not a good comparison to an innocent child.

please read my response above to raceboy.

I believe it is the answer.

Séamusín

Read my post above as to why

Read my post above as to why you are wrong. Thoughts and intent don't enter into libertarian philosophy, so the moment you go there you are begging for gov and its thought police to determine whether someone is harmed based on something no one can ever know for sure.

By your logic, since no child asks to be brought into the world, why aren't you responsible to take care of that child for life? You either aren't responsible, or you are responsible for life. Any other line you draw is arbitrary and it makes you no different than anyone else who thinks they are in the moral right when they force you to take care of other "innocents."

So make a decision and get on one side of the fence or the other because standing on the fence is what we are fighting against here.

"In reality, the Constitution itself is incapable of achieving what we would like in limiting government power, no matter how well written."

~ Ron Paul, End the Fed

Wrong, there is always a third way

It isn't merely a choice between abortion or big government.

First off:
So you believe in a free society you a murderer should be left alone by government? Can the state not effectively try and punish those that violate this natural law or do we need a federal bureaucracy?

Do you not see the responsibility for family, church, friends, and local government to provide a way for those that find themselves in an unexpected pregnancy?

Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.
www.yaliberty.org - Young Americans for Liberty
www.ivaw.org/operation-recovery - Stop Deploying Traumatized Troops

If this is how libertarians

If this is how libertarians think than I am not one. Thank God!

Um, of everybody here only two believe it can ever be moral

To take a human life.

This guy does not speak for libertarians.

Please read my above post. It is a philosophical approach to the question.

Séamusín

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It is illegal, unlawful and immoral to take another human life by force.

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A powerful song written from her unborn perspective

Thanks Mr. Twain, for posting the rest of the story.

Here's a dramatic song written about her, as though sung by her from within the womb, feeling the burning saline, crying out to God, surviving the intended abortion, and living in the hope of glorifying the God who delivered her from that wretched end.

I have wept repeatedly over the years as I have replayed this song, knowing it was based on a true story; just as I weep now writing this for the joy of learning just how well that prayer was answered! It gives a ray of hope in these dark days, that redemptive love and reconciliation can survive the evil designs we are faced with, by God's grace.

Find out just what any people will quietly submit to and you have the exact measure of the injustice and wrong which will be imposed on them. - Frederick Douglass

i was expecting a picture of

i was expecting a picture of obama. hopefully its something more positive.