Pro-Life supporters are often called unscientific because so many supporters are religious. This is like saying “You only think Texas is the best state because you live there.” My own bias does not mean something is true or untrue. This is known as the limited depth fallacy.
In reality it is the pro-choice crowd that breaks down to an emotional argument. Take for example the case of Todd Akin when he said that the body has a way of preventing pregnancy during rape. The media thought that was so outrages they ran with it and even Republicans picked it up and it destroyed his campaign. No body bothered asking if it was true. In fact, it is true that when stressed such as in the case of rape, the body does start to shut down and go into survival mode. In the cases where this does not occur many more babies are lost to miscarriage caused by stress. It certainly isn’t all cases as I have a friend conceived of rape, but it is common enough that Todd Akin’s answer should have been considered reasonable.
Reason goes out the window when pro-choicers get involved though. As MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry stated:
“When does life begin? I submit the answer depends an awful lot on the feeling of the parents. A powerful feeling – but not science,”she explained.
They have no basis for when life begins, but instead of saying let us protect it just in case they say “well since we can’t know and killing it will make you feel better just go ahead.”
Pro-abortion advocates are not pro-science. They are simply emotional murderers.
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