Planned Parenthood Thanksgiving Talking Points

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Ah, nothing quite says Thanksgiving like a pro-abort attempting to defend the indefensible while the turkey is being carved!  Worse Than Murder, Inc., a\k\a Planned Parenthood, lest a pro-life word be uttered around the Thanksgiving table, has some talking points for its supporters to mutter :

1. Avoid bumper speak talk. A slogan might work for a poster or a button, but in a conversation it just leads to a heated back and forth. Try to steer clear of catchall phrases—they very rarely lead to common ground or change anyone’s mind.

2. Remember the big picture. Debating when life begins or whether or not abortion is federally funded may get you nowhere. Instead focus on your shared values and the big picture—for instance, talk about how you believe everyone should be able to afford to go to the doctor, or how the decision about when and whether to become a parent is a personal one. You never know, you just may find yourself actually agreeing with your relatives.

Go here to read the rest.  I find this attempt by Worse Than Murder, Inc to engage in a little agit-prop between the turkey and the mashed potatoes to be hilarious but also heartening.  They realize just what a hot house plant support for abortion on demand is.  They can never be too much on guard against prayer, normal family life or any other circumstance that may lessen the devotion of their supporters to the sacred right to slay their off-spring.  Pro-lifers on the other hand rejoice in those things that make life worth living:  warm family life, strong belief in God, simple friendship, all help reinforce our central message that life is a sacred gift from a loving Creator, and that it is our duty to cherish that gift.


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