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“I Once Was Blind”

Abortion & the Law of Non-Contradiction

Two major news stories have recently shed light on the stark contradiction in America’s abortion laws.

The escape of three girls in Cleveland who had been abducted & held captive for a decade is primarily about the girls & the horrors they experienced.

But if you’re following along, their captor is also being charged with murder for repeatedly punching one of the girls in the stomach until she miscarried.

The second story involves a 28 year old man in Florida who tricked his pregnant girlfriend into taking the so-called “morning after pill.” The FBI is charging him with murder.

In case you’re not familiar with the logical law of noncontradiction, it simply states that something cannot be both “A” and “not A” at the same time and in the same relationship.

Abortion law in America violates this basic logical principle, and here’s how:

In both of the situations mentioned earlier, a man fathered a child and killed the child in the mother’s womb.

Both of those babies are protected under the law, as they should be, & both fathers are rightly being charged with murder.

In their relationship to the law, babies are persons and killing them is murder.

The contradiction should be obvious, but we are as blind to it today as our forefathers were to slavery.

Under American abortion law, unborn children are both “A” and “not A” and therefore our laws are contradictory.

Those unborn babies died, and the hands that killed them are rightly called murderers’ hands. If the same unborn babies had died under different circumstances, the hands that killed them would not have been called murderers’ hands- they would have been called abortionists’ hands.

The same babies, the same legal code, the same relationship between the babies and the law… but in one case they are protected persons while in the other they are reduced to a “choice.”

Under American law, unborn babies are both “persons” and “not persons” at the same time and in the same relationship, and therefore the law is contradictory.


July 11, 2013 - Posted by | Uncategorized | ,


  1. Very well said! I will repost & share these thoughts over & over with my “pro choice” family members…..I’ve always considered a person who classifies himself as “pro choice” to really be pro murder of the innocent! Dr. Sues says it best in “Horton Hears a How”…A PERSON IS A PERSON NI MATTER HOW SMALL!!

    Comment by Claire Dash | July 11, 2013 | Reply

    • Oops.. “How” was supposed to be Hoo!

      Comment by Claire Dash | July 11, 2013 | Reply

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