Regarding abortion, Ben Chandler has said, "I think it, very simply best left to a woman to make that decision." This sounds an awful lot like the infamous "personally opposed to abortion, but cannot impose this belief on others" that we hear so often from politicians as well as other "pro-choice" individuals. It is truly sickening how many people are willing to embrace this cowardly philosophy.
French existentialist and nobel prize-winning author Albert Camus wrote, "We shall know nothing until we know we have the right to kill our fellow men, or the right to let them be killed." If one is opposed to abortion, he must recognize that it involves taking a life.
Have the "personally opposed pro-choicers" ever sat down and really thought about whether they have the right to look the other way while their fellow human beings are being killed? Do they have the right to go about their business while their youngest brothers and sisters are brutally torn limb from limb? Do they really have the right to allow such barbarity on others?