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January 22, 2013


Dennis Mansfield

Or we can argue whether the majority of any group substantiates the validity of a single particular public policy issue. Numbers thought the world was flat. Numbers thought slavery was good. Numbers often only favor the easier public opinion, not the harder public policy. Stu, don't make the argument ad absurdum (regarding rape incest, etc). The elimination of convenient abortions must be the argument of today. Leadership on this issue means leading, not following. My points still stand for a cogent rebuttal and I know you are the one to do so. Fire away, my friend.


Or, we can pull our heads out of the sand and realize that the majority of Americans support the right to choose. Or we could look at how the 2012 vocal pro life congressional candidates faired (0-6.) Or you could ask yourself how come it is always men that are so vocal about the issue. Or you could wonder about the compromise position most prolife people take, which is no abortion unless rape, incest, or danger to the mother, never mind that a life is a life.

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