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A pro-abortion leader:

"We are so privileged to be born – under Roe v. Wade!"
[Pro-Life Action League letter, 5/01]


Pro-abortion: Mark Evans, pioneer of fetal reduction at Hutzel Hospital in Detroit: "If reducing from one to zero is acceptable in this society, then why not from two to one?"

Evans had performed about 700 "reductions".
[Wall Street Journal, 21Nov97, The American Feminist]


If the unborn is not a human person, then no justification for abortion is necessary.

If the unborn is a human person, then no justification for abortion is adequate. [Gary Cherone, Why Life? Rock For Life, 1/22/2001]

"I also want our country to continue to embrace the values that make our nation so wonderful. I believe the great strength of our country lies not in our halls of government, but in the hearts and souls of the American people. It's a million acts of kindness and compassion on a daily basis that define the true spirit and the true strength of America. We live in a blessed land. It's a society which says, you've got to love your neighbor just like you love yourself. That's the spirit of America that I know." — President George W. Bush

"Members of Congress, regardless of their personal views on abortion, ought to agree with public law that health care providers should not be forced to perform or fund abortions that they believe are morally wrong…To do so would force these vital members of our society to choose between keeping their jobs and following their conscience. It's time the purveyors of 'choice' practice what they preach and allow others the choice not to violate their conscience."
— Family Research Council Pres Ken Connor, regarding ANDA (Abortion Non-Discrimination Act)


"A thing moderately good is not so good as it ought to be. Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice." — Thomas Paine


"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must, like men, undergo the fatigues of supporting it." — Thomas Paine, The Crisis, 1777


"Our science tells us there is a unique, never to exist again, human individual in a mother's womb. Why, in America, have we come to the place where we can kill that individual to solve our problems?" — Raymond Ufford, M.D.