Televangelist Pat Robertson: Alabama abortion law 'has gone too far,' is 'ill-considered'
My comment: In our rabidly pro-choice culture where women have had unbridled access to legally murdering unborn children, Alabama's law when challenged in court might set the pro-life movement backwards, but who knows?
There seems to be in our schizophrenic culture today a bleeding heart for mothers and abortionists who murder the unborn and a desire not to incarcerate anyone for these crimes against humanity. They are given a pass.
But our culture correctly finds the sexual abuse, exploitation and assaults on children to be so abhorrent that no amount of justice seems appropriate. Many would even inflict the ultimate judgement of life in prison or the death penalty for those guilty of these kinds of heinous crimes.
Why is there this disconnect between crimes and punishments in our culture?
Ultimately, though, given our schizophrenic society that would even allow for infanticide up to the 9th month of pregnancy and in a botched abortion where the child lives, should we be more cautious in our own pro-life responses so as not to allow the worst case scenario to become the law of the land, infanticide as New York's extreme law allows?