What Publius is really saying is that in some cases the law should not recognize life as being worthy of legal protection, i.e., that some lives are more meaningful than others. Indeed, this is what Publius means when he says, "I believe as strongly as I believe anything that a microscopic embryo is not 'life,' and certainly not the moral or legal equivalent of a human."Read the rest of it.
But here's the question, Publius: Why do you believe that? And more importantly, what if you're wrong? Then you have supported a practice that has resulted in countless innocent deaths....
Friday, May 12, 2006
Steve Dillard, the lead 'blogger at Southern Appeal, posts on the ever continuing battle on where the lines should be drawn between the Culture of Life and the Culture of Death: