Below is an excellent article listing the top 10 answers to pro-abortions arguments by the Right To Life League
Here are ten pro-life points pro-aborts just cannot answer.
#1 *IT* IS NOT “JUST A CLUMP OF CELLS.” IT IS A HUMAN BEING.
Fact: Life begins at conception. From the moment of conception, there are two unique bodies, each with its own unique human DNA, both growing and developing. In fact, all living things are just “clumps of cells” in various stages of development.
#2 ABORTION IS NOT HEALTH CARE. DELIVERY IS.
That’s a euphemism designed to prop up the narrative that killing a baby in the womb is “health care.” Killing is the opposite of health care.
Abortion is NOT medically necessary to save the mother’s life.
Former abortionist Dr. Anthony Levatino explains why “you never need abortion to save a woman’s life.” Delivering mothers from life-threatening pregnancies safely ends pregnancy, saves the mother’s life, and gives the baby a chance to live, too. Delivery is faster than abortion, which can take days, especially later in pregnancy.
Myth: Abortion should be legal because back-alley abortions are more dangerous.
Women die from legal abortions all the time. Delivery – especially in cases of late term complications – is a much safer option than abortion. All states allow medical procedures to save the mother’s life throughout all stages of pregnancy. Intentionally killing the baby is unnecessary.
#3 MY BODY, MY CHOICE? NOPE. FOLLOW THE SCIENCE.
Ultrasound shows the baby is a separate person, not a part of *your* body.
Slave owners argued that they could own and kill slaves because they were subhuman property, dependent on their masters for life. A child is not property, it’s a person.
Myth: If it is dependent on the woman’s body for life, it is not a separate person. Truth: Dependency is temporary. Development is what matters.
Dependency does not define what a human is and cannot justify extermination at any stage of development. Newborns, two year olds, children, college students, employees, patients in hospitals, and elderly persons in assisted living all are dependent on parents, offspring, doctors or caregivers. That doesn’t mean we can kill them.