If a baby happens to survive an abortion, we almost unanimously agree that the moral thing to do, then, is to try and save the baby’s life. So a baby, that’s just been butchered by an abortionist moments before, who happens to still be breathing with a beating heart should not be thrown into the garbage, snuffed out or left to die – that we can all agree on.
But isn’t it inconsistent to then believe that moments before this baby “survived abortion” that a doctor had the right to kill it?
So the baby has no rights the moment before the abortion. Therefore the mother has the “right” to have it aborted. But the instant the abortionist is unsuccessful at killing the baby and the baby survives, all of a sudden the baby has gained a right to live? This makes no sense.
But this is essentially what “pro-choicers” believe.
If the baby has a right to live moments after a botched abortion, then the baby had a right to live moments before it. A baby doesn’t gain the right to life simply by surviving a botched abortion.
Our natural human rights are inherent. We have them simply because we are human. They are endowed by our Creator. They don’t come from our government giving them to us. They aren’t dependent upon your location (inside or outside of your mother’s womb). And they certainly don’t come as a result of a botched abortion procedure.