Persons or Problems? Colorado has to Choose!

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By Judie Brown

At American Life League, we have spent nearly 30 years trying in every way we can to humanize the preborn baby, even when he is a single-cell zygote. We have challenged those who deny the personhood of the preborn to explain what precisely is different between the way their life began and the way every person's life begins. The response is usually something rather obtuse that translates into "Don't bother me with the truth." I am sure you know all about that type of intellectually stimulating argument.

So, I am encouraged when I tell you that my good friends at Colorado for Equal Rights are making a lot of headway in their campaign to amend the state constitution by clarifying that every human being, from his beginning, is a person. They have brought the truth out of the closet of political correctness.

But in the process, the enemies of human life have come out of the woodwork, and things are heating up in Colorado. Just yesterday, the Denver Post ran a rather interesting article focused on the individuals and organizations opposing Amendment 48. The article gives us a lot to think about because it provides the rhetorical mumbo-jumbo pro-aborts are using to try to defeat the personhood initiative. It is nothing new, but perhaps it bears repeating, for those who constantly strive to develop pro-life apologetics that actually resonate in our current, declining culture.

One slogan on an anti-Amendment 48 T-shirt is "Women's health matters." The T-shirt is clearly designed to imply that pregnancy can make a mother very unhealthy, and that is why only the woman should have the "right to choose." The message subliminally asserts that pregnancy is a condition in need of treatment, and in the abortion world, the treatment of choice is abortion.

This is but one of the abortion cartel's frequently used fear tactics, as it denies the reality that the preborn child's health matters too. If abortion advocates thought about that, they would agree to personhood. If they considered the obvious truth - that a just society respects and nurtures mother and child equally - they would end their association with the culture of death.

A law student wearing the T-shirt at an anti-Amendment 48 rally told the Denver Post that if the proposed amendment passed, "This would be a huge step backward. I want to be part of that never happening again."

Her comment conjures up images of a time when, supposedly, all sorts of dreadful things happened to expectant mothers. Moreover, it attempts to justify the current legal system's denial that the preborn child is a person and the notion that a woman and her doctor are entitled to decide whether to allow a pregnancy to continue.

Her statement also sets forth the principle of dehumanization. The Roe vs. Wade and Doe vs. Bolton Supreme Court cases denied that babies in the womb are persons, thus dehumanizing them. Naturally, the pro-aborts subscribe to that mentality, based solely on arguments of contrived personal rights and legal precedent.

The newspaper reporter never addresses the result of abortion and what that act does to the second person involved in the pregnancy, because that is not on her agenda. Apparently, she was not committed to querying the T-shirt-wearing student about the substance of Amendment 48 which is, after all, personhood.

In the ongoing debate regarding abortion and whether or not the law should protect it, we frequently witness mothers being pitted against their babies, as though they were mortal enemies. This sort of tactic, of course, has tragic results, which we have witnessed time and time again. The human suffering caused by abortion is unfathomable.

According to pro-lifer Michele Jackson, writing about the problem of abortion in the black community,

The women suffering abortion in silence, and their dead children, are a part of our community in staggering numbers. We have the job of rallying the community to stop the killing of our children. We have the job of rallying the community to find better solutions to pregnancy than killing the baby, than pitting mother against child.

Jackson is correct, but the pro-aborts will have no part of that argument. As far as many of them are concerned, abortion is the demonic "sacrament" of the culture of death and, as such, must never be infringed upon in any way.

This is why we also hear the argument that only a woman can decide and that she is, after all, in control of her own body. What this argument fails to acknowledge is that once she is with child, she is in control of the bodies of two human beings, to the extent that anyone is actually in control of life.

Everyone knows that the U.S. Supreme Court itself, in its 1973 abortion decisions, made it perfectly clear that if personhood were ever established, the Roe and Doe decisions would crumble. Thus, our opponents will do all within their power to attack the very idea that the preborn child is a human being who has an inherent right to be recognized as a person. This is why they are compelled to stay on message, deny the existence of a living human being and demand that the so-called right to choose be enshrined as a constitutional right. These fanatical individuals are committed to an agenda that cannot admit the humanity of the preborn child.

As barbaric as this may sound to those of us who understand the real identity of the child within, we are dealing with abortion devotees who have their heart set on the freedom to kill at will under cover of law and with the full agreement of politicians. This is the lesson we must remember every time we hear arguments against personhood, be it in Colorado or anywhere else.

Our opponents are scared to death of babies. They cannot admit the obvious. When we focus on personhood, they get out their bag of deceptions and expect everyone to fall in line, for fear of losing something if they don't.

Something has already been lost, my friends, and that something is honesty. It does not matter what you call the human being whose life begins at the beginning; he is still what he was before the denial set in. In the past 35 years, our nation has relegated a person's status prior to birth to that of an "issue," "political hot potato" and other such nonsense. We have, for the most part, avoided focusing on the facts and have instead preferred polite conversation about opinions and religious beliefs.

The result is too bloody for me to think about. This is why Amendment 48 is such an urgent matter.

Colorado is facing a watershed moment in the history of the human race. The voters in that state will make a crucial choice: Affirm human dignity or affirm the cruelest act of child abuse ever to be decriminalized in a civilized nation.

Judie Brown is president of American Life League and a member of the Pontifical Academy for Life.

12 Comments

Judie:

The Colorado personhood amendment is good but is unlikely to pass.

Are you willing to get wholeheartedly behind John McCain, Sarah Palin and Republican candidates for House and Senate in November?

They are not perfect, but are the only ones who will be in any position to do anything to prohibit the killing of unborn children or at least overturn Roe vs Wade. We must NOT let the perfect be the enemy of the good.

Are you willing to endorse McCain and call on all pro-lifers, including those in the Black and Hispanic communities, to vote only for Republicans this year?

I certainly can't speak for Judie Brown, but I can tell
you I've never, ever seen such an uncompromising
advocate for the legal protection of our pre-born
citizens in my 20 years of pro-life activism!

John McCain and Sarah Palin are proclaiming that states
should be allowed to determine whether abortionists
can continue to carry out their deadly trade.

Judie will never agree to such a betrayal of our 5th and 14th
Amendments to our U.S. Constitution!

Republican candidates should do the right thing. When they
fail, pro-lifers should look to principled candidates like,
Alan Keyes and Brian Rohrbough!


McCain and Palin at least want to allow states to stop the killing of unborn children. They may be persuaded to go further. They are the best available real-world alternative.

Why would you vote for Alan Keyes and Brian Rohrbough? They cannot possibly win and can only takes votes from McCain-Palin and put Barack Obama and the abortionists in power for many years, helping to destroy the lives of millions more children. You can make, by voting for Keyes-Rohrbough, the strongest possible statement in favor of unborn human rights, but you will NEVER stop the killing that way. Do you want to make a statement or stop the killing (or at least greatly reduce it)?

If enough people vote third party, it could give Obama a tragic razor-thin victory. If that occurs the abortionists will control everything and could maintain Roe vs. Wade for decades, costing tens of millions of lives. This attitude of having the perfect be the enemy of the good is a very dangerous one and could have fatal consequences for unborn children.

Remmeber, all third party campaigns are ALWAYS dead ends and NEVER win. The best move for pro-lifers is to be realistic, to recognize the hard realities of life and the political system and to elect the best available candidates who can win (McCain-Palin and pro-life Republican congressional candidates) and push them to be as pro-life as possible. If they fail us, let them know we will take them down in the primaries in 2010 and 2012.

Good point - at what point is the "good" candidate not worth voting for?

One of the most troubling aspects of this "personhood" bill is that it could, and likely would, vilify any woman who has a miscarriage, or who was carrying a child who has a life-threatening condition (life-threatening that is to either the fetus or the mother) . If the husband/ lover etc., was angry with the pregnant women, he could then take her to court for murdering his child. Oh yes, this could happen and probably will if that ballot passes.

I appreciate your thoughts; now let me explain to you why I will vote no on 48 with no qualms this election. You equate abortion to child abuse of unborn children. I equate outlawing abortion to child abuse of young girls. What kind of woman would I be if I didn't teach my daughters that she has a right to be a person, first and foremost? To be the best person and mother that I can be, I will teach my daughters that they are the only people who have rights to their bodies, sexually, medically, and otherwise. No one has the right to use a woman or a person sexually against their consent, because each person owns her own body. No one has the right to compel or deny reproductive rights for me or my children. How can I be a good mother and still tell my daughters that they do not have the strength and moral courage to make these choices for themselves? How can I teach them to truly respect other people and other viewpoints if I teach them that these people are not worthy and capable of making their own choices? How can I teach them to love themselves as women if I teach them that women are less able to make their own choices about their own bodies? I do not feel that I can. I do not believe in that in a free society based upon the moral and political philosophies and beliefs of our founding fathers it is permissible for the government to have control over the uterus. I do not believe, in a society that prizes freedom of religious belief, that it is appropriate to use issues like abortion to manipulate and control people's mores, sexual or otherwise (ie, the "if you don't want to be pregnant, you shouldn't have sex" argument).

Please understand that for those who disagree with you, it is a moral issue, too. Please understand that for some of us, the issue of when life begins is secondary to the issue of when life deserves respect, and to the fact set forth in our Declaration of Independence that each person, including each woman, has a right to a certain autonomy, to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness," and that another's rights, be they person or zygote, extend only so far that they do not trump your rights.

I do not expect you to agree with my position; to be honest, I do not even expect you to respect it. But please, please, do not believe that pro-choice women are acting out of denial and incorrect information. Do not believe that we are not moral. Do not believe that we have not thought this out, resarched, reasoned, and prayed; and do not believe that we are misled instead of simply of a different opinion.

I am for a woman's right to privacy in all medical matters, just like a man has privacy in all of his. I am currently six months pregnant with my third child, so as an avid baby lover let me describe the only possible way abortion could ever be brought to an end.
- Upon a young girl's first menstruation, she must register with her local government as "of age to possibly conceive."
- Upon every monthly menstruation, a woman must report the length and volume of period. If she is late or has an unusually light period, her record will be flagged for follow-up.
- If a woman is confirmed pregnant, her doctor must register her as such, and an "embryo/fetal welfare officer" must be assigned to that woman to keep tabs on her behavior. Any behavior deemed a danger to the embryo/fetus would be reported and the pregnant woman would be subject to arrest.
- If a woman miscarriages, that woman would be immediately subjected to an investigation into whether it was a spontaneous abortion or not.

If you think these measures are ridiculous, ask yourself, honestly, how would you enforce your ideals?

The fairytale concept of a world without abortion is never put into context with the tracking system that would need to be in place to regulate this. Deregulate banks, energy companies, and telecommunications, but regulate women's reproductive organs? Roe v Wade is about the right to PRIVACY.

Rape and incest have always existed and always will. Abortion has always existed and always will. But fewer abortions can happen. Sex education. Contraception. Adoption. Protection of women and young girls from sexual abuse. These should be the focus of a pro-life campaign--not a new definition of life that could be the first step into the world of ultimate control over women that I have described.

Women are not alone in creating life, but we are alone in carrying it. This endows us with a great responsibility. Steal that god-given responsibility and hand it over to a government? How is that a Christian ideal?

The argument you're using is called " Appeal to Consequences of a Belief" and is fallacious because the consequences of "our ideals" have no bearing on whether they are true or false. You're also invoking a "false dilemma" by suggesting that a law banning abortion could only be enforced in the manner described. In fact, your argument parallels that of Obama during his public stand against the IL Born Alive Act.

That said, I do not believe that immorality, such as murder, genocide, infanticide, etc., can be ended through laws. Nevertheless, I do believe they should be illegal.

No personhood bill will vilify any woman who has a miscarriage. These are pro-abortion talking points aimed at derailing the argument and nothing more.

Tim, what you call a false dilemma, I call a logical conclusion. Tell me, what are the alternatives for enforcement, if you fail to see the logic in mine? How can you enforce a law against abortion without knowing first if a woman is pregnant? How can you NOT breach a woman's privacy? Also, making something illegal requires a punishment. What would be the punishment for women? An example: In your proposed world, a mother of three is raped and has a now illegal abortion. Would you remove her from her home, her children, her husband and send her to jail? I never hear a "pro-life" argument that actually carries the ideal to the point of how it would realistically be implemented in our courts. Will you dare to be the first to try?

Tim, our legal system is all about precedents, which is defined as "a legal case establishing a principle or rule that a court or other judicial body adopts when deciding subsequent cases with similar issues or facts." If abortion is made illegal, spontaneous abortion (miscarriage) could definitely become a reason to investigate whether a woman has committed a crime. Midwives throughout the ages have prescribed herbs to induce miscarriages, so in your proposed world, a woman who has a miscarriage could come under scrutiny for the mere reason that it's possible she had an intentional miscarriage. Consider the parallel of a driver involved in a fatal car accident who is later charged with vehicular manslaughter. When we establish the definition of a crime, a person's intent, action, and motive are all part of the picture when enforcing that law to the fullest extent.

It's a bit strange to equate a false dilemma to a logical conclusion when the latter is, by definition, an invalid argument or illogical argument. There are other alternatives than the two you present as "legalize abortion" or "monitor a woman's monthly cycle". The latter presupposes a view of the government and law which no pro-lifer I know holds to and your dilemma contradicts the history. Consequently, your line of reasoning in this particular matter does not support your conclusion despite the fabricated position you've attempted to impute to pro-lifers.

Whether or not enforcement of a law is difficult has no bearing on whether it is right. Consider a few laws you agree with apart from the issue of abortion, perhaps anti-discrimination laws, etc. that are difficult to enforce yet are right.

I do believe that killing a human baby through abortion should be illegal. 45,000,000 abortions is simply outrageous and an abomination of historic proportions. Never in history has a civilization engaged in this level of murder, justified on the basis of a judicial innovation.

The privacy comment you make assumes that a child is not part of the equation. Is that "right to privacy" absolute? Does somebody’s right to privacy exceed another’s right to live?

Regarding your scenario, does a prior crime change the humanity of the unborn child. Is his or her value suddenly depreciated because of the hideous act of someone else? Does killing her baby somehow erase the harm she suffered?

The right to life is simply not related to the circumstances of conception.




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