Do graphic anti-abortion posters cross a moral line?"
Cross a moral line? We're talking about morality again instead of rights, rights, rights?
How can a picture of a real event cross a moral line when the event itself is supposedly entirely without moral implications?
“The students have chosen a low road,” said Mr. Kerr... ”
Yeah? How about the person who had the abortion and provided the graphic images of the bruised, bloodied, dismembered fetus -- what road did she take?
Imagine this headline: "Does this woman's abortion cross a moral line?". Unthinkable. That would be insensitive. That would suggest what she did was wrong. It might even suggest there's something morally wrong with extra-marital sex So, let's make a moral issue instead about pictures.
As a society we have got our values upside down when we care more about the photo of an abortion than the abortion itself.