The March for Life is an amazing event that brings pro-lifers from all over the country to D.C. to march in support of the sanctity of each and every human life.

Life, we believe, begins at conception and is not subject to convenience or circumstance of birth. For years, anti-lifers, though they prefer the innocuous “pro-choice” moniker, have argued over fetal viability, have tried to convince themselves (and others) that a fetus is not really a person, and have discussed at length when a fetus becomes a baby.

Their attempts to reduce the miracle of life and birth into a procedure akin to an appendectomy have largely failed. 3D sonograms and other rapidly advancing medical technology show a picture vastly different from the clump of cells they’d prefer.

And so there’s been a shift in the argument. No longer are pro-abortionist arguing about when a life becomes a life et al, instead, they’re accusing pro-lifers of not caring about kids or life in general. It’s almost as if they’re projecting. Almost.

This burgeoning argument is everywhere:


These are things no one, and I mean NO ONE in the pro-life movement says or believes. I have no idea where they get this stuff.

I’m so old, I remember when words had meaning:

This shift in attack is ultimately a positive for the pro-life cause. If pro-abortionists want to make the abortion debate For the Children™, I’m more than happy to oblige.