Sorry, not Democratic talking points.
You try to skirt around the question and again obfuscate. You try to say that one life is more valuable than another. If someone is prolife, that is a position. Period. There cannot be KINDA ProLife. You either are or are not. So if you are and also advocate support for the Death Penalty you nullify your ProLife stance. That is a pretty simple morals issue. Dancing around it does not make it go away.
You are the one who tries to separate the dilemmas of abortion and death penalty, not me. It is not strawman at all. I am not trying to set up a false argument for any side. I am simply pointing out the moral conflict of trying to be both ProLife AND a Death Penalty advocate. It cannot be done within a moral context. Nor can war be included. You cannot be pro war or support war AND ProLIFE. They are polar opposite concepts.
I am interested that you say "you dare to include killing in warfare...". How is that suppose to rationalize anything?
Sorry, Bear, but they are separate issues, and deserve separate discussions. Pro-life was a label that the anti-abortionists placed on themselves because it was more positive than anti-anything. The label has to do with a stance on abortion only and is being contorted or extended as a means to try and turn a position against them. There is no parallel between penalizing/punishing someone who has done something that deserved it and another who has done nothing, and no conflict between those positions.
And, for those who would put me in a bucket on either side of this issue, I'll restate something I did a year ago: Roe V Wade was a terrible piece of constitutional application, a court who elected to write a law from the bench. Being the purist that you guys know I am, it would not bother me one bit to see it overturned. That being said, you will never outlaw abortion in the USA, since overturning Roe would result in state's rights being asserted. Some will outlaw, some won't, clearly there's enough of a majority in enough states to maintain its legality. For that reason, it won't bother me one bit to let it be, it's a moot point, a flame that is only fanned in order to get people's dander up and keep the political coffers full. I do favor birth control, however, believing that adults can avoid pregnancy if they choose to.