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Today I have TV on. Here comes an ad with pitiful, starved and abused dogs and cats on the screen. Some are caged with little space to move around. Others are tethered without access to food or water. Their ribs are obvious, their eyes woebegone, their fur unruly and dirty. I feel my heart’s pain for those voiceless, mistreated animals, thanks to the ad’s sponsor, the ASPCA.
Strange. In all the times I’ve watched TV, I’ve never seen one ad about…
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Please tell me the moral difference between guarding life in the womb.. and refusing to vaccine.. or even wear a mask… to keep another life from getting a disease that could very well kill them?
It is your question. Why don’t you explain what one has to do with the other? How are the issues similar? If they are so similar, then what is wrong with outlawing abortion?
Why are Trumpians refusing vaccine/masks to protect the lives of other people.. yet pushing to save babies in the womb? The moral application is still the same for both.
So, you say.
Doug, I have been vaccinated. I suggest you do some research. Just because the so-called mainstream news media babbles something doesn’t mean anything.
Anyway, you have inferred I am being hypocritical. I suggest you consider the fact that until our current president and vice president “won” the election, both did not trust Trump’s vaccine. Lots of people, supposedly Democrat constituencies, still don’t.
Anyway, you are insisting upon a moral equivalency between abortion and vaccine/masks. I don’t see it. You are comparing apples and oranges.
Both relate to saving lives if personal action is taken.to avoid involvement in taking a life. Not sure why one is any less.. morally sound than the other.
What you are trying to do is say having an abortion is analogous to not getting vaccinated and not wearing a mask. I don’t think so. The differences are huge.
1. When a woman has an abortion, it is almost absolutely certain that that baby will die. We can never get vaccinated or wear a mask, and there is relatively little chance we will harm anyone. The delta variant is spreading, but to what effect?
2. In the vast majority of cases, getting pregnant is a choice. If for the sake of argument we concede that getting an abortion is like not getting vaccinated and not wearing a mask, then the Communist Chinese raped the world by turning loose COVID-19. Does that mean that just like we applaud those rape victims who carry their baby and deliver them alive we are suppose to applaud those who choose get on with their lives and refuse being vaccinated, refuse to social distance, and refuse to wear a mask?
3. And so forth.
It is your analogy. Would you mind thinking it through?