Saturday, June 28, 2008

Asking the Tough Questions

This shouldn't be such a tough question, really, but here's what makes it tough: most Pro-life candidates will tell you that they are against abortion. Period. End of story. While at the same time, Pro-choice candidates don't seem to understand just where they really stand.

In this example, Senator Barack Obama -- a Pro-choicer -- doesn't believe that life begins at conception, but does believe that fatherhood doesn't end at conception. Meaning that being a father is more than biologically fathering a baby or impregnating a woman. Being a father means actually being a father to a child.

You can't have it both ways, though. Either that little fertilized egg is a living baby, making the sperm donor a father, or that sperm donor is not a father if you believe that life doesn't begin at conception. If fatherhood begins at conception, then so does life.

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