Thursday, January 31, 2008

Open Season on Logic

The state ought to establish boundaries because it cannot tolerate a situation in which there is literally open season on its unborn citizens at every stage in their development.”

“At a certain point, the state must declare that having passed the legal limit during which abortion is permissible, the rights of unborn Canadian citizens take precedence.”

So, presumably that means that before that "certain point" open season on Canadian citizens is OK.

Any reason not to extend the season to other Canadian citizens? Or is it only the ones we can't see right now?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I like how some want to draw the line at viability. But what is viable today, wasn't viable yesterday. And what isn't viable today, will probably be viable tomorrow.

Apparenlty "personhood," whatever that is, depends on when you were born.