Joined: Jan. 2006
Stephen Elliot opines,
|Moral activists seem to view the world in a very simplistic way, as though every choice can be divided into right/wrong or on/off.|
Choices are not always simple. There often isn't a right or wrong easy to define code.
How is this any different than defining abortion as "pro-choice?" What a silly and ambigious euphemism for a very serious subject. We have had 30+ years to evaluate the "societal good" that supposedly would transpire under FEDERAL legal abortion. What are the benefits exactly, I ponder? Less unwanted children? More compassionate society? Less national conflict? What exactly has abortion done other than abolish responsibility and convinced a generation of women that aborting their children is hardly different than picking a new shade of lipstick?