That is the conclusion they are drawing when charging and convicting someone like the slime below with murder, so what pray tell is the difference between these acts? I see what they think the difference as plain as day;
They feel because a "doctor" is performing the act of abortion, somehow this lets supporters like lawmakers, doctors and other proponents of abortion rationalize that it's some kid of needed and mercy medical procedure that thus removes it from the category of blatant murder which is what it obviously is.
It's pretty amazing that societies of supposed civility like ours have allowed the practice of abortion to have continued as long as it has without being categorized as it is; the most brutal calculated extermination of human beings to have ever taken place in the history of mankind under the watch and blessings of what is supposed to be the most accomplished and educated generations of humans to ever inhabit this earth.
What a crock this is how these liberals that protest the Iraq war, and any other conflict taking place in the world for that matter, are die-hard proponents of abortion under any circumstances and is just inexplicable, pathetic and intellectually dishonest in the third degree.
Well at least this guy below is getting the death penalty for the murder of the mother and the fetus, the first in Texas so far to be convicted under this relatively new law, another step in the right direction of correcting this abomination by reversing this mistake of unforgivable and astronomical proportions made by mankind since the seventies called legalized abortion.
Texas Man Gets Death for Killing FetusFiled under Miscellaneous, Right To Life
"SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- A former youth pastor was sentenced to death Wednesday for killing a teenager and her fetus in what is believed to be the first such order in Texas, the nation's busiest death penalty state.
Adrian Estrada, 23, was convicted Friday of one count of capital murder for the death of Stephanie Sanchez and the fetus, of which he was the father.
'This is a significant case,' said Bexar County prosecutor Susan Reed. 'This is significant for the state.'" more