Sins can be couched in such palatable terms as to make them sound virtuous. For example, a while back I wrote to one of my state representatives about my opposition to abortion and asked for clarification on his stance on this issue. I received a letter in reply, part of which stated, "I would not presume to impinge on another's right to choose." I guess this is the equivalent of a House spanking because, of course, the insinuation is that I would. Presume, I mean. I thought about this for a few minutes and decided he was mistaken. I would not presume to impinge on the rights of others....I was merely impinging upon their wrongs.
What struck me as absurd about this letter is that the government often infringes upon our rights. They have forgotten that they are called to serve, not to be served. I suggest our state representatives take another look at the Declaration of Independence. "We hold these words to be self-evident" may be a good place to start ( also note "unalienable Rights, that among these are Life...." if you would). And no, I'm not the author of this document . You may go here for that.
So Mr. P.H., you have failed to pass the litmus test of humanity in your failure to defend life. Therefore, I have removed the title Honorable from your name - for abortion is anything but honorable.