Marching Downhill for Life

“Protection for the right to life of every innocent human being in existence at fertilization, no exceptions and no compromise.”[i]

“You can’t have a little bit of abortion…life must be protected in total.”

“The only way we are going to root out the evil of abortion is with the truth, that an innocent human being is killed…”

These are the words of March for Life founder Nellie Gray spoken in an interview aired on EWTN in 1994.[ii] In the interview Gray discusses the problem of compromising by allowing exceptions in abortion legislation. She calls out those in the pro-life movement who have bought into the abortion agenda by supporting abortion in cases of rape, incest and to save the life of the mother. Gray also states that because of an attitude of compromise within the pro-life movement, it has gone “downhill.”

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