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‘Pre-Born Babies’ Win Major Award , Pre-Conceived Babies Overlooked Yet Again During Pro-Life’s Award Season

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shutterstock_106721525Congratulation to all of the pre-born babies of the world, those who reside in some of your wombs, taking up valuable organ space and getting the hiccups at two a.m. when you haven’t had a decent night sleep in three trimesters! The  terrorists pro-life organization Operation Rescue, responsible for fan favorites “Let’s Bomb This California Woman’s Clinic” and “Here’s A List Of Doctors Who Perform Abortions So You Can Easily Stalk Them” have announced the recipient of the 2012 Malachi Award! I hope all the fetuses “pre-born” babies are ready for their closeups and aren’t gaining too much preborn baby weight and all have little Dior couture and Tom Ford tuxedos to wear! From Christian

Operation Rescue has announced that it is awarding the Pre-Born Children with the 2012 Malachi Award.”As we near the 40th memorial of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that decriminalized abortion in America, we can look back and see how the public attitudes have changed toward pre-born babies,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue. “In 1973 most folks thought that these developing children were just clumps of cells or blobs of tissue. Even as late as 1996, only a third of Americans identified themselves as pro-life. Through the advances in science and technology coupled with the hard work of the Pro-Life Movement, the humanity of a pre-born baby is no longer in question in an age when a child’s first baby picture is very often an ultrasound image. Today, a full 50% of our countrymen proudly embrace the ‘pro-life’ moniker despite the fact that abortion is the most polarizing issue facing our nation. Our nation’s laws are beginning to reflect this new-found concern for the plight of the pre-born through a record number of pro-life laws enacted over the past two years.”

First off, I love the term “pre-born.” Because I, like most “folks” always assumed my “pre-born” children were just clumps of tissue until they actually became big enough to be babies. I never faulted them for this, I just sort of assumed that everyone has to start somewhere and if the pre-born babies we all carried inside of us were the size of post-born babies it would be a bit uncomfortable. But I think we all know that by giving them this cute little term, the pro-life movement is doing everything in their power not to use the more scientific terms of “embryo” or “fetus.”

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