Hi all... I'm a pro-lifer who is addicted to making icons. Here are… - Livejournal's Center for Abortion Related Icons
I'm amused you think that anyone with any sort of religious conviction doesn't believe a woman is a person. I'm not particularly religious, but some of the best people I know are. Try not to stereotype, you make yourself sound pretty silly, and I'm sure you're smarter than that.
I'm even MORE amused that you think you know my "ilk". . .what "ilk" is that? Females? Females under thirty? People with higher education? Humanities majors? (you didn't know any of these things about me until I just told you them.) I assume what you ACTUALLY mean are people who are opposed to abortion. That's a pretty darn broad spectrum, including men, women, religious, atheists, republicans, democrats, feminists, social conservatives, homosexuals, clergy, and intellectuals. I bet you if you made a ven diagram of people who are opposed to abortion and people who "give a whit for the suffering of actual, born children and adults" you'd find a good bit of overlap (also, if you included people who believe women are people.) I'm not gonna justify my social outlook to you, because I don't have to, but rest assured, I give a damn about the people who are already born.
Secondly, the death penalty and war are, in fact, HUGELY NOT acceptable to "Pro-lifers." Most pro-life organizations are across the board against anything like the death penalty, euthanasia, the targeting of innocent civilians, etc. Check your facts, thank you. I think you're thinking of far right republicans. Or just George Bush.
FYI George Bush is not the pro-life movement, nor is he a beacon of awesomeness for people who don't like abortion. Again, don't use such broad brushstrokes. I don't think everyone who is pro-choice goes out and impregnates hookers on the weekends in order to force them into clinics on mondays. geeeeze.