I’m personally opposed to abortion, but can’t impose my views on others.

Pro-abortion politicians will often say to us, “I’m personally opposed to abortion, but can’t impose my views on others.” Our response? This is not a matter of views, but of violence. The law is supposed to protect human life despite the views of those who would destroy it.
Suppose someone does not believe that you are human. By holding that belief, they do not break any law. But if they try to kill you because of that belief, they have broken the law.
The law doesn’t care what they believe. The law simply protects your life, whether they recognize its value or not.
By passing laws to protect the unborn, we are not trying to force people to believe anything. We’re simply protecting lives that some people believe are worthless.

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