It's a hard concept to swallow. Americans have a bad habit of believing in the good in people. Because of this, it's really hard to believe that there are people out there, especially our leaders, who do not place an inherent value in human life.
How many organizations exist, and how much money has been raised to save animals, while humans are killed in the womb?
Aside from being the home for the abortion movement, liberals have an inherent distaste for humanity.
And is it not a liberal mantra that humans are going to overpopulate the world (in spite of evidence to the contrary)?
Over the past few months, I've been collecting examples of this.
A new one emerged on Wednesday. The American Cancer Society now says it's better overall to not get early screenings. Now they don't deny that early screenings do sometimes catch cancer before it otherwise could have been. The reason they cite the screenings as superfluous is because it is so costly for how much cancer they find, versus the later screenings. In other words, the cost of the tests has a value greater than the human lives that early screening might find. Ouch.