Posted By LAF Editor on January 28, 2014
Rebecca Kiessling spokesperson for the ‘hard cases’ has been on the front line of the battle for life with the specific mission to expose the reality of what is is to be one of the hard cases. The prolife position that grants life except in hard cases isn’t good enough. Listen to Rebecca bring her audiences back to reality, reminding them of the meaning and feeling that exists in the lives that so easily fall into the exception clause.
“It’s so ironic that so called feminists are the first to argue that women are weak and pathetic and can’t handle very much. They’ll say things like, ‘How can you expect a women to have to carry a baby. How can you expect a rape victim to have to go through that? How can you expect a women to have to carry a baby who’s just going to die?” As if everyone else is immortal. And they short change women because they don’t give women credit for being resilient. They don’t give women credit for being capable of great love. They don’t give women credit for being strong and for being stronger than they think. Instead they just have low expectations. And I think that has been a tremendous disservice to women. And, tragically has resulted in deaths of millions of babies.”
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