With states passing more Pro-Life legislation than ever before (44 bills in the past year), anti-Life activists have been left scrambling to come up with ever more euphemistic and rosy descriptions of “choice” to entice Americans back to the dark side.
We’ve heard abortion called “reproductive freedom” and even “reproductive justice” for decades, but now the abortion camp is really stepping up the rhetoric. Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, called abortion “the most basic of human rights.” MSNBC host, Toure Neblett, gushed on the air that abortion was there to “save” him from an awkward relationship with his then girlfriend. And Planned Parenthood claimed three weeks ago that abortion is too nuanced of an issue to be called anything at all. The abortion giant has abandoned the euphemism “pro-choice” altogether, going for a more relativistic approach in its campaign “Not in Her Shoes.”