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In light of the fact that neither science nor religion can determine conclusively at what stage of development a human person distinct from the mother comes into being, with rights of its own, it is immoral for those with one opinion on the matter to use either the church or the government to impose their opinion on those who simply don't share it.
        While most theocratic dictatorships around the world share the views of America's more fundamentalist churchmen and politicians, most of the Liberal Democracies around world are "pro choice". This is no accident.  Nor is it evidence that the Liberal Democracies are immoral.  Quite the contrary.  It's not moral, but immoral for those with narrow and intellectually unsupportable views to use political power to force those views on those whose hearts and minds lead them to more liberal views on morality.
        Even if Conservatives were right on the morality of abortion, America's experiment with the prohibition of alcohol in the last century – which proved how disastrous it is to try to force moral views on a public that doesn't share them – should persuade informed moral leaders of the foolishness of attempting aprohibition of abortion in this century.
        Liberal churchmen and the Democratic Party should not apologize for being pro-choice, because that is the moral position to take.  Amendment IX of the Bill of Rights declares, "The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people."  and Amendment X,  "The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people."  It is morally and politically wrong for religions and/or political Conservatives in America to try to deny others the right to live by their own consciences.  And it is morally and politically right for religious and/ or political Liberals to respect and defend those rights. 

Why do abortion rates   go up   during Republican administrations,

but   go down   during Democratic administrations?

        In http:/, a Catholic pro-life Youtube video purports to make the case that
"Mother Teresa is Anti-abortion and Hitler is Pro=abortion", by using the following quote, leaving out the context which I have provided below in [brackets] :

'[The Fuehrer's Guidelines for the Government of the Eastern Territories: ' the Slavs are to work for us. Insofar as we don't need them, they may die. Therefore compulsory vaccination and German health services are superfluous. The fertility of the Slavs is undesirable.] They may use contraceptives And practice abortion, the more the better. . .Active trade in contraceptives ought to be actually encouraged in the Eastern territories, as we could not possibly have the slightest interest in increasing the non-Germanic population."

( Harvest of Hate, 1954, pp. 273-4)

How dishonest it is to use such a quote to suggest that Hitler and the Nazi's were "pro-choice" when the following shows that the Nazis were actually "pro-life" when it came to the lives they identified with , i.e. Aryan Christian life:
        SS chief Heinrich Himmler wrote to Field-Marshal Wilhelm Keitel the following in 1939:

"According to statistics there are 600,000 abortions a year in Germany. The fact that these happen among the best German racial types has been worrying me for years. The way I see it we cannot afford to lose these young people, hundreds and thousands of them. The aim of protecting this German blood is of the highest priority. If we manage to stop these abortions we will be able to have 200 more German regiments every year on the march. Another 500,000 or 600,000 people could produce millions of marks for the economy. The strength of these soldiers and workers will build the greater Germany. This is why I founded Lebensborn in 1936. It fights abortions in a positive way. Every woman can have her child in peace and quiet and devote her life to the betterment of the race."

(Master Race: The Lebensborn Experiment in Nazi Germany, 1995, pp.66-7)

Here's a great video about the campaign of MIS-information that has been conducted in the anti-choice so-called "Crisis prevention Centers"

and here's a great video where Chris Matthews challenged an R. C. bishop to "put up or shut up" when it comes to criminalizing abortion:
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        Here is a link to a book by a very conservative Protestant pastor who has come to view the R.C. involvement in the pro-life cause as a way to convert non-Catholics to their church :

Until the day that it was learned that the person arrested for the killing of Dr. George Tiller, at the Sunday service where the doctor was serving as an usher, the Operation Rescue web site featured the post below by "Scott Roeder" dated almost 2 years to the day in connection with an Operation Rescue pro-life prayer vigil in Witchita, Kansas.

        "Bless everyone for attending and praying in May to bring justice to Tiller and the closing of his death camp. Sometime soon, would it be feasible to organize as many people as possible to attend Tillers church (inside, not just outside) to have much more of a presence and possibly ask questions of the Pastor, Deacons, Elders and members while there? Doesn’t seem like it would hurt anything but bring more attention to Tiller."