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[…] RELATED: You keep using that hyphenated word. I do not think it means what you think it means. […]
See, it’s not a matter of what YOU CAN CHOOSE, but rather a matter of WHO GETS TO CHOOSE FOR YOU.
In the 1970s, abortion defenders were proud to call themselves “pro-abortion.” But they figured out that many people don’t actually like abortion and most people oppose about abortion for the very reasons about 95% of abortions are done.
So the abortion defenders decided to hire advertising agencies, companies that get paid a lot of money to convince people that they really want what they don’t want. The advertising agencies came up with a slogan, “The question isn’t what is chosen, it’s who decides.”
It turns out that is true for only one issue: abortion. The people who say they are “pro-choice” are usually tyrannically anti-choice for just about everything else.
We should describe them by their original label, of which they were very proud: “pro-abortion.”
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