RON PAULS EXPERIENCE WITH ABORTION
Written by Peter Boykin on May 4, 2022
Shared By Peter Boykin – American Political Commentator / Citizen Journalist
RON PAUL’S EXPERIENCE WITH ABORTION
The following is an excerpt from Senator Ron Paul’s book ‘Liberty Defined’, where he describes his personal experience as a doctor, witnessing the inhumanity that was shown to an aborted, but alive, baby:
“On one occasion in the 1960s when abortion was still illegal, I witnessed, while visiting a surgical suite as an OB/GYN resident, the abortion of a fetus that weighed approximately two pounds. It was placed in a bucket, crying and struggling to breathe, and the medical personnel pretended not to notice. Soon the crying stopped. This harrowing event forced me to think more seriously about this important issue.
That same day in the OB suite, an early delivery occurred and the infant born was only slightly larger than the one that was just aborted. But in this room everybody did everything conceivable to save this child’s life. My conclusion that day was that we were overstepping the bounds of morality by picking and choosing who should live and who should die. These were human lives. There was no consistent moral basis to the value of life under these circumstances.
Some people believe that being pro-choice is being on the side of freedom. I’ve never understood how an act of violence, killing a human being, albeit a small one in a special place, is portrayed as a precious right.”
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