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a modern day oscar and felix sort of situation.

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Valuable ←→ Viable

Valuable ←→ Viable

And gradually, though no one remembers exactly how it happened, the unthinkable becomes tolerable. And then acceptable. And then legal. And the applaudable.
— Joni Eareckson Tada

Before I begin, I must say, to those who think a man has no right or no place to talk about abortion… I was once a fetus, which I believe is a major qualifier.

It is horrifying to read about the depths of depravity our government and society finds acceptable and moral. The world is upside down. The abortion agenda pushes on, and further than many of us expected. But it should not have taken anyone by surprise. Hense the Joni quote.

For those of you who don’t know who Joni Eareckson Tada is, where have you been? I remember being introduced to Joni when my grandpa, who was an artist, showed me a video of her creating the most beautiful works of art - with the paint brush in her mouth.

You see, Joni is a quadriplegic. She lost the use of everything from the shoulders down after a swimming/diving accident. She is inspiring. She is valuable.

Some people are born quadriplegic. Some people are born with Down Syndrome. Some people are born deformed, blind, deaf, missing limbs, etc. All people are valuable.

Pro-abortionist convince themselves that infanticide is acceptable because they are talking viability. How utterly intellectually dishonest. I am praying for those who don’t bat an eye in thinking Frank Stephens wasn’t viable (watch the video below.)

The misdirection to “viability” surprisingly is enough for some to approve of abortion up to the point of actual birth. What does viability mean? Is Down syndrome not viable? Is a quadriplegic not viable? Do we accept that the government will determine viability? I for one do not.

The conversation has to be about the value of life. Life is immensely valuable. EVERY life. Why? Because God created it.

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