What message does this send out to those like me who have a severe disability? I have spina bifida, and the vast majority of babies with my degree of disability are now aborted.
Why would everyone not have been equally upset if the baby had been disabled? The answer lies in our abortion law, which sets the tone for the discrimination disabled people encounter throughout their lives. For if there is no right to life, how can we expect a recognition of any other rights?
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