The Politics of Personal Destruction

This article reminded me yet again how our national conscience is seared when it comes to abortion.

HT: Between Two Worlds

7 Responses to “The Politics of Personal Destruction”

  1. ReformedMommy

    Peggy Noonan is another who belongs near the top of my “Women Who Free Me From the Need to Blog Because They Write So Much Better Than I” list. You’re there too, btw. And hey, where’s that sandwich picture? 🙂

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  2. Anonymous

    You might be interested in reading Life’s Dominion by Ronald Dworkinhttp://www.amazon.com/Lifes-Dominion-Argument-Euthanasia-Individual/dp/0679733191/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1196456635&sr=8-1for an alternate view that may inform your own.

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  3. Kelly

    Thank you, anonymous. However, I usually make it a practice to only accept book recommendations from those who are at least brave enough to sign their name. 🙂

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  4. Anonymous

    It really makes no difference who I am and there are sufficient reasons I prefer to remain anonymous. It’s unfortunate that you choose not to avail yourself of something that might be potentially enlightening. At least take a look.

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  5. Kelly

    Anonymous,Your comment assumes a few things:1. that I haven’t “looked into it”2. that I haven’t read the book you recommended3. that I am unenlightenedIn general, I think it’s very poor manners to leave a comment and not sign your name to it.

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  6. Anonymous

    Please forgive my manners but out of respect for some other people whom I don’t wish to implicate in this discussion, I prefer not to give my name. I’m sorry if I offended you by my assumptions; that was not my intention. I only hoped that you might be interested in a well articulated point of view that may differ from your own. We all have lots to learn- myself included. If you have read the book, I’d be interested in your comments.

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