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Autor:  CRS
E-mail:  crs@um.att.com
Data:  30/ABR/2010 12:40 PM
Assunto:  preborn
 
Mensagem: 

Pro-life rhetoric used to generally refer to any form of zygote, embryo or fetus.

 

Rhetoric indeed PPaulo!  For decades there’s been a struggle here in the States between the pro lifers, who argue that abortion should be illegal under any situation, and the pro choice group arguing that the difficult decision to have an abortion should be left to the mother-to-be and her doctor.  A difficult dilemma without easy solution.  Over the decades several abortion clinics in the USA have been bombed and medical people assassinated, but mostly it has been a war of propaganda, a war of nerves, and a war of words.  Rhetoric indeed!

 

By the way, if a fetus in a uterus is called pre-born, should those of us living right now be called pre-dead?

 

Have a great day!

 

CR

 


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preborn  –  Nina  29/ABR/2010, 11:38 PM
preborn  –  Teacher  30/ABR/2010, 4:32 AM
preborn  –  PPAULO  30/ABR/2010, 5:30 AM
 preborn  –  CRS  30/ABR/2010, 12:40 PM
preborn  –  PPAULO  30/ABR/2010, 11:49 PM

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