It’s not the child that needs killing.
Rob Roy MacGregor’s response when his wife tells him that she is pregnant with the child of a rapist and she cannot bring herself to abort the child. Rob Roy (1995)
A powerful response by Ryan Bomberger to the complaint that the Alabama law has no rape or incest exception:
And then there’s the horrific tragedy of rape, which the Left is relentlessly exploiting. Never mind they ignore it when Planned Parenthood fails to report the rape of underage victims. Those rape situations don’t bother them. No. Only when they realize how potent it is to use the 1% to justify 100% of abortions.
I am that 1 percent.
My biological mother was raped, yet she rejected the violence of abortion. I was adopted and loved instead. I’m not the “residue of the rapist”, as Senator Vivian Davis Figures described those like me who were conceived in rape. I’m a human being with equal worth to anyone planned. I couldn’t control the circumstances of my conception. Could you, senator?
Go here to read the rest. It is beyond ironic that no state still has the death penalty for rape, the traditional penalty which I heartily support, yet so many wish to impose the death penalty on the second innocent victim of the rape. I doubt if any of us would be here if one or more of our heroic maternal ancestors had not chosen to love a child brought into this world in such terrible circumstances. In this Vale of Tears our lives are the canvas on which the battle of good and evil is played out around us and within us. Saint Paul reminds us of how we win this struggle:
Do not be conquered by evil, but conquer evil with good.
Romans 12: 21