The Sun's views on abor­tion are one-sided

Baltimore Sun - - NATION & WORLD -

It is hard to be­lieve that once again your ed­i­to­rial board is will­ing to pro­vide only one side of the pro-life ver­sus pro-choice question (“Trump goes full dem­a­gogue on abor­tion,” Feb. 6). You must rec­og­nize that ad­vances in med­i­cal sci­ence which more clearly show a baby's growth in the womb are def­i­nitely hav­ing an ef­fect upon the av­er­age Amer­i­can's opin­ion about abor­tion. Re­cent polls have in­di­cated this fact. It is to be ex­pected that honor­able men and women will be look­ing for ways to pro­tect these ba­bies through ed­u­ca­tion, marches, peace­ful protests, fac­tual dis­cus­sions and even leg­is­la­tion.

Your con­cern about men pos­si­bly over­turn­ing Roe v. Wade does not take into ac­count that men in­vented and in­stalled that du­bi­ous “right” not that long ago. You like to tell us all the things we must do and causes we must sup­port be­fore we can be taken se­ri­ously as pro-life. When will The Sun ad­mit that those try­ing to value these lives should be ac­cepted and heard with­out vil­i­fi­ca­tion?

Wil­liam Spliedt

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