...Many commentators recognize that these new laws are designed to mount a legal challenge to Roe v. Wade—but they fail to notice that these laws’ blunt restrictions are a mirror image of Roe’s broad rejection of any practical or effective limits on abortion. When abortion rights advocates defend Roe in order to reject any proposed restriction of abortion, they are taking an extreme position. That leaves no ground open for any compromise on less extreme laws. Pro-life legislators are going to meet the same tooth-and-nail opposition whether they aim to ban all abortions or, as recently seen in the U.S. Senate, attempt to require that infants born alive during an abortion receive medical care.”...--quoted at One Mad MomWell, then, I'll go all Goldwater: Extremism in the defense of innocent life is a virtue.
And the (Jesuit-preferred) alternative? Moderation in defense of innocent life is a VICE.
I'm interested to know what the Jesuits teach the chilluns at Cristo Rey. Aren't you?