Pro-abortion politicians will often say to us, “Let’s just agree to disagree.” Our response? We have the greatest respect for those who disagree with us. But when victims are oppressed, we don’t sit back and “agree to disagree” with the oppressor. Rather, we intervene to save the victim. We have been victims of terrorism in America. We don’t just “agree to disagree” with the terrorists; we stop the terrorists.
Abortion is not about beliefs; it’s about bloodshed. It’s not about viewpoints, it’s about victims.
Those who need protection need it precisely because there are some who think they shouldn’t have it. When it comes to protecting the vulnerable, disagreement is an argument for action, not for sitting back and letting the violence happen simply because some think it should.