“I have no problem at all compromising on insignificant things, like what we’re going to have for dinner. But on the equal protection of innocent human life, the securing of the Blessings of Liberty to our Posterity, the protection of marriage and the family, the preservation of our right to keep and bear arms, the defense of our national sovereignty, security, and borders, and adherence to our constitutional form of self-government, there can be no compromise.”--Tom Hoefling
There is no 'right' to slaughter innocent persons. It simply cannot be. The founders of America, in our nation's charter—the Declaration of Independence—made it clear that the individual right to life comes from God, not from any man, and that right is therefore unalienable. The protection of unalienable rights is the very reason for the existence of human government.