Basically, they meander through some useless, if not all together irrelevant information until they utter these words of wonder:
What people have forgotten is that no matter what suffering we face in our lives, God has a plan for all of us. God can use suffering for good in our lives and in the lives of the people around us. With God, there is always hope!
Bible.org says that suffering...
produces character improvement (holiness, maturity, etc. James 1:24) which in turn produces eternal rewards (crown of life – James 1:12).
"Sorry that you have cancer kids, but hey! It builds character!" Does that sound right to you? But really, that's where the debate of "the Right to Human Life" leads. In defining the 'sanctity' of one form, they have created the umbrella of protection against any and all people never ever being allowed in any circumstances to define their own sensibilities of death. ANY and ALL.
I find this extremely conflicting when you look at the "war". Take a look at the statistics of Christians that are Pro-War:
Support was strongest among Evangelicals, 77 percent of whom supported war, compared with 62 percent of Catholics and mainline Protestants.
Let's go BACK to Rock For Life and their anti-euthanasia rhetoric to contradict that, thus showing how clever I am:
No human being has the right to take another human life - or their own, for that matter! Only God can rightfully create and take life. Let's quit playing God.
Instead of worrying about the "precious gift of life" that you feel abortion destroys, why not worry about, say... feeding the homeless, stopping the spread of AIDS, Cancer... anything that affects the "precious gift of life" that is here NOW. But that would require giving and compassion and hard work. Much more than a picket sign and a hateful message.