Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Questions We Should Ask

To any elected representative who opposes health insurance reform:
Why should your constituents not be able to get the same coverage you get?

To anyone who opposes gay marriage:
Can you cite one way in which allowing gays to marry will adversely affect your marriage, or anyone else’s?

To any member of the religious right who protests gay rights or abortion with venom and vitriol:
Is this what Jesus would do?

To pro-lifers who would argue that abortion is the killing of innocent babies and should be banned, except in the case of rape or incest:
Are those babies any less innocent than others?

Other situations and questions are invited in the comments section.

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