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The most significant gain pro-lifers have made is in the debate over partial-birth abortion, where Democrats switched their votes in droves, becoming converts to the pro-life cause on this issue.
Secondly, there was a World Magazine piece by Marvin Olasky which criticized pro-lifers who display abortion imagery and who liken abortion to the Holocaust, emphasizing a need for a less controversial approach.
She asks why "pro-lifers" should be punished more harshly than animal-rights advocates who block a facility that does animal research.
If both sides were equally disdainful of Norma's humanity-if she was just a prop to both sides-well, so much for pro-lifers who worked with, prayed for, and looked out for her for two decades.
Pro-life candidates need the active support of all pro-lifers and, all too often, without that full support, a pro-abortion candidate wins.
For dedicated pro-lifers however, there is no "we are beyond abortion" to think of; after all we are talking here of the taking of innocent human lives at the request of their mothers and fathers by men and women originally dedicated to life and healing.
City Council discriminates with impunity against pro-life organizations, such NRLC, who have the temerity to actually want to hire pro-lifers! NRLC is located in D.C.
Unfortunately, some pro-lifers will attack other pro-life candidates as not being "pro-life enough." If, for example, another candidate has a lengthy pro-life voting record, they will pick out one or two votes and attack him as not being "really" pro-life.
The National Right to Life Convention is crucial for bringing together pro-lifers from all over the nation--they return to their state affiliates and chapters with new inspiration and tools to help protect innocent life as they work to touch the hearts and change the minds of our fellow Americans.
"We know there is no more effective educational tool in the pro-lifer's toolbox than photos that remind people that unborn babies are just like us, only smaller," Ragan said.
This is a fine example of how pro-lifers are putting social networks such as Twitter and Facebook to great use.
The author's intent was to leave the impression that her argument was so unassailable, so air-tight that pro-lifers would (or at least should) be left sputtering.