Immediate vs strategic abolition of abortion debate within a debate

Yesterday Greg Cunningham from the Center for Bioethical Reform debated T. Russell Hunter from Abolish Human Abortion (AHA) on the difference between incremental strategies used by the pro-life movement which also seeks to ban all abortions or simply calling for an immediate end to abortion used by those who take the philosophy of AHA.

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I monitored the chat during the debate which was interesting in and of itself. It was run by AHA and they banned two people – one a pro-life person and the other a member of AHA.

The screen grabs below are not necessarily in order and as much as I tried to grab all of it – it was impossible to do. It appeared to me that out of the 150 or so people who tuned in – most were already involved with Abolish Human Abortion, at least by the comments on the chat.

Below are some interesting grabs I took:

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John Kirkland a pro-lifer was banned for his “lies” according to the AHA moderator on the chat while in my opinion, Chris Nunez, was allowed to lie about the pro-life movement without any rebuke:

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Abolish Human Abortion supporter Stephen Wetzel was also banned :

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Responses when Gregg brought up the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

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5 Responses to “Immediate vs strategic abolition of abortion debate within a debate”

  1. Thanks for posting.

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