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Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion (2007)

An unprecedented view of the deep secrets and deep pockets of the pro-life movement.
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John Brockhoeft ...
Himself - Convicted Abortion Clinic Bomber, Army of God
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Himself (archive footage)
Grant Cheney ...
Himself - Focus Institute Student
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Herself (archive footage) (as Hillary Rodham Clinton)
Rachel Early ...
Herself - Pro-Life Artist
Steven Ertelt ...
Himself - Pro-Life Journalist, Lifenews.com
Nellie Gray ...
Herself - President, March for Life
Peggy Hartshorn ...
Herself - President, Heartbeat International
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Himself (archive footage)
David Lee ...
Himself - Director, Justice For All
Anthony Levatino ...
Himself - Former Abortion Doctor
Monica Miller ...
Herself - Photographer
Janet Morana ...
Herself - Silent No More Campaign
Jay Mount ...
Himself - Founder, MDS Communications
Troy Newman ...
Himself - President, Operation Rescue West
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An unprecedented view of the deep secrets and deep pockets of the pro-life movement.

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Inside the War on Abortion

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Easy to feel hard ddone2
12 November 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

In response to a previous offering 'How many of the zealots protesting abortion have taken a child from a stopped abortion into their family? Probably few.It is hypocritical to encourage these babies to be born and not participate in the support of them.'Are you using the lack of support anti-abortionists offer to full term babies as justification for killing them? It is hard to interpret it any other way.Does 'probably few'mean you don't know? Wouldn't it make more sense to check on how many people would love to adopt a baby before offering a reason that isn't? Would 'discussion of over-population' perhaps be more appropriately a forum for problems in the customs of third world countries and the worlds unfair and uncaring distribution of wealth? Isn't man's contribution to global warming a problem based on greed, distribution of wealth yet again, and how we acquire what we need rather than anything to do with abortion? For those of us who feel life begins when a baby is conceived and detest the justification of abortion on anything other than danger to the health of the mother to be called 'zealots', a word adopted to derogatorily describe this point of view, offers an insult veiled within a statement. From the comments you offer, I can't possibly imagine a film of this subject and title, introducing so many issues having nothing to do with what it seems to be about. Your arguments make little sense and are so scattered and disjointed you really must have written your comments in a haze of preconception without much thought or consideration. Please apply love to a position or else these kinds of comments might be the death of, literally, another person's opportunity to affect positive change and not destruction.


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