Jonathan pointed out this article to me in which the argument is being made that killing babies (already born) is no different from having an abortion.
It isn't, you know. Because life itself has already been devalued.
Pro-lifers have been scoffed for suggesting that if we continue to allow abortions to happen, then we can expect people to start taking logical steps to devaluing life as we see it outside of the womb. We've asked the question, "What happens when we decide the disabled and infirm are too heavy a burden on society? Will we advocate killing them also?" We've been told we're stupid for asking such questions. We have been harrased for using and applying logic to our arguments as to why we must support and choose life from the moment of conception, no matter the circumstances or situation which brought that life into question.
I consider this article validation for the pro-life movement. We've been asking society when to expect this. The time has now come. We've been right all along, thanks to the brazen honesty of two men at Oxford.
But sometimes it hurts to be right.
Abortion hurts everyone. Make no mistake about it.