from Martin Fox, President
National Pro-Life Alliance
Ann Furedi, author of the book ironically titled "A Moral Case for Abortion", is pushing to legalize the online sale of abortion pills like RU-486.
She claims that women should be allowed to purchase abortion pills for themselves online, because RU-486 is “safer than aspirin.”
Safe for who?
Aspirin takes the edge off a headache. RU-486 has ended three million innocent unborn lives.
Which sounds “safer” to you?
But the fact is, abortion pills have been a tremendous boon to the abortion industry, because they appear deceptively convenient and inconsequential.
Plus, abortionists don’t have to soil their hands with the dirty work of performing a surgical abortion.
They can just leave women to the agony of delivering their dead babies alone in their bedrooms -- all while raking in $500 for every set of pills sold.
This is the very definition of callousness.
But whether an abortion is performed by means of a pill or a surgery, the end result is the same: a dead child.
So, no, abortion pills are not “safer than aspirin.”
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