Who does this quote refer to? "You're for abortion but you're against killing terrorist" I don't know who they're talking about.

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Walt O'Reagun answered

It's a "red herring" or "strawman" argument ... Trying to equate unborn fetus as a human life, and thus it is hypocritical to be "okay" with taking the "life" of a fetus but be against the death of a terrorist.

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Corey The Goofyhawk , Epic has no limit, answered

Sounds like the phrase is referring to liberals or democrats. They are for abortion (which I and many more consider killing) but they don't want to kill terrorists. They'd rather "negotiate" or appease them instead.

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