David Limbaugh says …
David Limbaugh says what I wanted to say about Kerry’s abortion comment this weekend (except that he, of course, says it better).

Kerry stated, “I don’t like abortion. I believe life does begin at conception. But I can’t take my Catholic belief, my article of faith, and legislate it on a Protestant or a Jew or an atheist … who doesn’t share it. We have separation of church and state in the United States of America.”

But instead of threading the needle, the senator pricked himself with it and he’s bleeding. If he genuinely believes we are dealing with life, it’s difficult to understand how he would refuse to use the power of the state to protect that life. Unless, of course, he wants to go even further and concede he is a disciple of moral relativism – a risky admission that might earn him further disfavor with the Catholic Church.

For if you acknowledge a fetus is a life, it’s very difficult to justify killing it (with the possible exception of protecting the mother’s life) without making a determination that the mother’s convenience is so paramount that it must take precedence over an innocent life. That this notion is even “thinkable” is a staggering testament to the moral decline of our culture.

Limbaugh goes on to say that Kerry apparently doesn’t mind essentially imposing this belief on the unborn babies. Thanks for the clarification, Mr. Kerry.

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