There is no free in liberty.


Thursday, November 3, 2011

Mississippi, Defending the Liberty of Even Those Unable to Vote...


I know some of my libertarian friends will not agree with me in what is to follow, but so be it.  Most of them seem to bow out of the abortion issue while muttering something that includes the phrase  "... legislate social issues..." at any rate.

Personhood amendments were once considered too radical for the mainstream pro-life movement, but in the most conservative state in the country, with an energized, church-mobilized grass roots, Mississippi could well be the first state to pass one. Initiative 26 even has the state’s top Democrats behind it.

How is Mississippi defending liberty?
  • Humans by the very fact that they are human have certain inalienable rights, among them life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
  • Due to the fact that all necessary human genetic material is present, a fertilized human egg possesses inalienable rights.
  • Thus, abortion is wrong ... because abortion because it infringes not only on the rights of another individual, but on the most basic of rights of an individual ... life.

So, it takes backward Mississippi to defend the liberty of the unborn from the born.

It seems Mississippi understands that diminishing the rights of one group for the benefit of another is as wrong when the individual is unborn as when the individual is enslaved.

Perhaps Mississippi learned something from history the American left has forgotten.

H/T EdCone


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