By Tom Quiner
What a huge question:
When DOES human life begin?
If you get the answer wrong, you run the risk of killing an innocent human being, which for people of conscience is a significant moral concern.
If you’re merely concerned about your own skin, well, you run the risk of committing murder and going to jail if you get the answer wrong. So this question of when human life begins is a question worth pondering.
If a person works in the billion dollar human abortion industry, you’d think they’d have a good, solid response if they’re asked this question. Planned Parenthood’s president, Cecile Richards, was asked this question on Fusion TV’s “America with Jorge Ramos” and stumbled badly:
Ramos: So for you, when does life start? When does a human being become a human being?
Richards: This is a question that I think will be debated through the centuries, and people come down on very different points of view on that –
Ramos: But for you, what’s that point?
Richards: It’s, I mean, I feel like it’s not something that’s part of this conversation.
What the heck is Ms. Richards talking about? That’s the entire conversation. That’s what Mr. Ramos is asking.
Richards: I mean, to me, we work with women – I guess the way I’d really like to um – I think every woman has to make her own decision.
No, that is not true. If a mother says human life doesn’t begin until one year after her daughter is born, that is murder. It is not up to “every woman.”
Richards: What we do at Planned Parenthood is make sure that women have all their options for health care, and that they have the option to have a healthy pregnancy; they have an option to put a child up for adoption if they decide to carry a pregnancy to term; or they have the right to make a decision to terminate a pregnancy.
For the record, Planned Parenthood performs 149 human abortions for every adoption referral.
Ramos: But why would it be so controversial to say — for you to say when you think life starts?
Richards: Yeah. Well, I don’t know that it’s controversial. I don’t know that it’s really relevant to the conversation, but I mean, for me, I’m a mother of three children. Um, for me, life began when I delivered them. They’ve been probably the most important thing in my life ever since. But that was my own personal — that’s my own personal decision.
Let’s be clear: 94% of Planned Parenthood’s revenue comes from the human abortion trade. They do a lot of talkin’ about women’s “reproductive health” while they’re actually doin’ a whole lot of damage to a woman’s guts, her psyche, and her child, who is dismembered and killed.
Let’s be clear: human abortion is always about two people; it CAN’T be a personal decision since the child isn’t allowed to make her own personal decision.
Cecile Richards reveals herself to be shallow, cruel, and profit-oriented.