Friday, May 8, 2009

Kathy Ireland Gives Powerful Defense of Right to Life

Here are some clips from fabulous interview with Kathy Ireland on Fox News.

In a recent appearance on Fox News' "Huckabee," Kathy Ireland gave an explanation of the right to life that host Mike Huckabee said was the most articulate that he had ever heard from any source

"From the moment of conception a new life comes into being, the DNA, the genetic blueprint is there, the sex is determined, the blood type is determined, the unique set of fingerprints is there," Ireland told Huckabee.

"According to the law of biogenesis, all life comes from preexisting life, and each species reproduces after its own kind, therefore human beings can only reproduce other human beings, so it doesn't start out as one species and suddenly become a human being somewhere along the way," she said.

Noting that she began with the "pro-choice" position, even while a Christian, Ireland says that she changed her mind after researching the topic using her husband's medical manuals.

However, Ireland said she didn't want to believe what she was seeing, so she called Planned Parenthood to get their response.

"And I picked up the phone, I called Planned Parenthood. 'Help me out here, give me your best arguments'. And the best arguments were, 'Well, it's just a clump of cells. If you get it early enough it doesn't even look like a baby.'"

However, noted Ireland, "We're clumps of cells, and that unborn human being does not look like a baby the same way a baby does not look like a teenager, a teenager does not look like a senior, but that unborn human being looks exactly the way human beings are supposed to look at that stage of development, and that human life continues to grow and change."

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