Skip to comments.This is What We All Looked Like at 12 Weeks. Legal to Kill in All 50 States.
Posted on 02/07/2014 1:51:04 PM PST by lbryce
Surely does not look like a “mass” of tissue to me!I really can’t understand how people can terminate a life after seeing a pic like this!
Beautiful. Thanks for posting.
And the murders, termination of the fetuses that go on are in many cases, if not more,indistinguishable from a new born baby. It is unfathomable that the law, let alone mothers with the most inherently unshakable bond, could be so callous.
Fetuses are shape-shifters. They only take this form to fool us into thinking they are humans.
Shows how vile Wendy Davis is, opposing restrictions on elective abortions after TWENTY weeks!
This is why America no longer has any shame!
People spread the horror stories about killing puppies and kittens all over social media. But still want to call destroying that baby a right.
Anyway the babykillers were outraged and accused him of using the pic to “shock” and demonize abortion. One prominent babykiller accused him of lying. Never did figure out what he was supposedly lying about. He just posted a picture.
it looks too developed compared to all the pictures of a 12-week old fetus that I have seen on medical and maternity web sights
and then there is this:
You've done a great service to the cause for getting to the bottom of it, for getting the truth out about the faked fetus, not only because it was a lie, but even more emphatically, we don't need to resort to duplicitous .sinister means to be victorious.
While the fact is, we need not rely on lies, hoaxes or conspiracies to claim any moral, ethical victories. Regarding morality, rectitude, we've always been on the side of the angels, on the side of God, always been.
So it looks more like a 20-week fetus, the kind Wendy Davis says it’s OK to kill.
Makes no difference anyway. This is how God created us and meant us to reproduce our kind. Whatever month you pick to interfere with his intentions, it is seriously wrong.
hey, you arr preaching to the choir
but it does matter
a bad, false, untruthful example, makes for a bad argument for a good position
the untruth in the argument makes those making the argument look either stupid or just liars
if you have a good principled position, don’t accept false information or lies in an argument for that position, it diminishes the argument, making those who make it look stupid
the pro-life position does not need untruths in arguments for it
i have always felt that the worst argument for a good position is an argument that has to lie
the lie is discovered, the messenger who gives the argument looks either dumb, stupid or a phony
the lie causes many to NOT be persuaded by the argument
the cause of the good position is diminished
people will believe something that is not true, if it fits with their pre-conceived notions about a matter
then they start passing untruths between each other, sharing them as prize truths
then they start looking like idiots
that is not what we need
I didn’t mean to preach to you. I was just trying to make the point that arguing over whether the doll represents 12 weeks or 20 weeks is basically irrelevant.
Like Sessions said about the amnesty efforts. Obama’s lawlessness is not the BASIC reason for not passing the bill.
Glad we share the value of upholding life.
I was not trying to preach to you either.
But it has been clear to me that many of those who agree with me are hurting our causes.
Our opponents get passed to them material with lies, untruths, hoaxes, statements that something is a fact when there are no facts to be found that agree with it, put out and passed around by OUR “friends” because the materal says something that fits their beliefs on a matter.
Our opponents use the material in their agenda, saying to whoever they are preaching to - “look at those idiots, look at the untruths they believe, can you really accept their positions”.
Let’s not encourage the use of lies, hoaxes and untruths of any kind in how we try to communicate our positions. That is all I am asking for.
Agree. But I have not seen any deception, in all the pro-life material I have seen, except for the occasional misleading headline. The most notorious one was a few years ago, saying 51 percent of Americans were pro-life, when most of those responding did not know what pro-life really meant.
It’s well known to those in politics that the polls are skewed anyway.
Let’s just stick to the issue and not get lost in the various biases. It’s wrong to kill a conceived child at any point. End of story.
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