To the morally sensitive, no argument is necessary beyond a clear description of this procedure. The morally velocitized, though, are content with the thinnest rationalizations to condone this brutality.
One woman told a radio interviewer she preferred partial-birth abortion because the baby was delivered whole and not chopped up into pieces. It gave her the opportunity to say goodbye. Another said it's the most "humane" way for the child itself.
Odd. We debate how best to take a child's life, not whether it's right to dispose of children.
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