MoveOn.org displayed a poster with a photo of an unborn child and a series of questions that All Our Lives has heard many times before.
"Will You Still Be 'Pro-Life' AFTER SHE'S BORN? Will you apply the same vigor to your work: against war, against hunger, against poverty, against homelessness, against our planet's degradation, against capital punishment, for human rights, for opportunities for education and jobs, that you do to your efforts to make abortion illegal? If not, please stop calling yourself 'pro-life.'"
So often these questions are accusingly rhetorical, with the expected answer-if the recipient has not been utterly shamed into speechlessness-of "Hell, no."
But that is not at all what All Our Lives has to say.
Yes of course.Yes of course. Yes of course. Yes of course. Yes of course. Yes of course. Yes of course. Yes of course.Yes of course.
And by the way, it's all about making sure as few women and babies as humanly possible ever end up in situations where there appears to be no other choice.
Of course "pro-life" cannot mean anything less than this!