Why is the 180 movie so thought provoking? It attacks the presuppositions and cognitive dissonance that have overtaken the minds of the American public at large. As long as we call “murder” a right to choose, then we are able to sleep at night. When one wonders how the citizens of Germany during World War II could allow the atrocities that occurred at concentration camps in their own backyards, but never consider the same thing might be happening now in our backyard. It is easy to recognize the ignorance and mistakes of those throughout history, while we repeat them and are as blinded as they were. Ray Comfort and the makers of 180 do a wonderful job of taking off the blinders and make people look directly into hypocrisy of calling “choice” “murder.” A rose is a rose by any other name and thorn hurts as badly regardless of the semantics we use to disguise it. By exposing people to their foregone conclusions and bringing to light the inconsistencies of their value system to which they claim to hold, their pricked consciences force them to adopt new views. When the word child is substituted for “fetus”, and the idea of when life begins is challenged, one must agree abortion is not a medical procedure, but legalized murder by a calloused society no different than that of Nazi Germany. The only real difference, is that the amount of deaths caused by the Germans, pales in comparison to murdered babies in the womb.