In his blog, Uncommon Sense, Steve Ruis examines the hypocrisy of abortion advocates, who insist that everyone must be subject to their religious beliefs. They claim that they believe in the sanctity of life, yet many don’t oppose the death penalty.

Many love school choice yet oppose a woman’s choice about her body. Anti-vaxxers carry signs saying “My body, my choice,” yet fight to prevent women from having a choice about their bodies, even in cases of rape and incest.

For many years, we have had a policy of respect for all religions, so long as their precepts don’t harm anyone else or themselves. If your religion forbids abortion, don’t get one. If your religion is silent on the subject, your decision should not be made by others.

The sad thing about the “pro-life” movement is that they care passionately about the unborn, but are frequently indifferent to the well-being of the born.