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Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Zach Nielsen has a great post on the reason behind why we don't see many Down's Syndrome people anymore.
Because today 90% of women who are given the news that their baby in the womb has Down's, elect to have that child
terminated through abortionmurdered. I know that language sounds quite harsh and potentially inflammatory. But shouldn't we call it what it is? If we can agree that it is a human person in the womb, (we don't need a Bible to prove this, just a 10th grade science class) shouldn't we call it what it is? If it is a human person in the womb, should we be shocked when we hear the word "murder"? Shouldn't that shock lead us to stop the practice of it instead of softening language so that people's feelings don't get hurt by the word "murder"?