Sunday, June 03, 2007

Quote of the day - Mark Steyn

It's hard to believe that our increasing enthusiasm for hastening death isn't connected to our well-established practice of denying life: abortion and euthanasia sing their siren songs from opposite ends of life's cycle. But what a shame the `pro-choice' movement has no lurid Kevorkian figure to force the issues before 22 million Americans. Instead, under the bland cover of 'a woman's right to choose', the abortionist beavers away in the shadows, and only in the rarest of circumstances is daylight shed on his art.

Mark Steyn - 12-12-98

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