Abortion Word Games Come to End

Social Fabric by from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, July 29, 2015

When Rep. Chris Taylor took to the floor of the Wisconsin Assembly on July 9, she broke perhaps the most inviolable rule of the abortion movement. In a speech opposing a bill that implemented a ban on abortions 20 weeks after fertilization, Taylor, a former policy director for Planned Parenthood, said the only women that could now have abortions would be “women who have very sick babies.” In a heartfelt moment in which she recounted her own pregnancy troubles, Taylor said at the 18-week mark of her last pregnancy, she feared she had “lost another baby.”

“Baby,” she said.


Of course, we all know that in abortion lexicon, a fetus cannot be considered a “baby,” because ending a “baby’s” life is far less palatable than, say, “terminating a fetus.” Abortion advocates often denigrate human life by calling the child a “clump of cells” or an “embryo.”

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