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On the assumption that NPR has acurately quoted him, - I would have some questions.

Posted: Jul 11th, 2018 - 4:57 pm In Reply to: He made a Faustian bargain, so he is completely morally - compromised. I've never been a

(1) Abortion should be the decision of an individual and "his or her" conscious... wait! Is he saying a man should be able to veto an abortion, if he's the father? Or is he saying a man should be able to mandate his partner's abortion, if he wants the baby dead? Or is he saying it's "his or her" conscious if transwomen or he/shes or whatever are getting pregnant? Or... what the hallelujah is he talking about?

(2) An intriguing concept, the individual having life-or-death power. He clearly opposes the killing of professional abortionists (I do as well). But how can you oppose that, if killing is a decision of "an individual and his or her conscious"?

It would be interesting for Schenck to meet with somebody who has actually made this "conscious" decision to shoot an abortionist. For instance, visit James Kopp, a "conscious" inspired idealist still in jail in NY state, and see if he's still OK with shooting Dr. Bernard Slepian through the heart. He did it out of "conscious"

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