Skip to comments.End Abortion
Posted on 01/29/2011 6:47:18 PM PST by kathsua
On the 38th anniversary of the passage of Roe vs. Wade, a decision that has now meant the death of over 50,000,000 babies in the United States, we must remember:
Abortion destroys lives.
Abortion destroys women.
Abortion destroys men.
Abortion destroys families.
Because of someone's choice, a baby does not have a chance at life, nor a choice.
As the venerable John Paul II once said: "The Law of God is univocal and categorical ... 'You shall not kill.' No human lawgiver can therefore assert: it is permissible for you to kill, you have the right to kill, or you should kill. ... We are facing an immense threat to life."
Please continue to pray and work for an end to abortion.
Those who support abortion don't care anything about women, they only want to be responsible for killing babies.
If there’s any justice in the world, Teddy Kennedy is being aborted every day in hell. Soon the rest of his pathetic party members will join him.
Abortion destroys all future generations.
Imagine going back in your family's history four generations and finding the census record of a great-great-grandmother who gave birth to your great-grandfather when she was 17 and unmarried. Imagine that your great-grandfather had 8 children, your grandfather had 6 children, your parent had 4 children, and you have 3. As each generation married and had children, among them have been multiple families of productive and citizens, some extremely talented and outstanding.
Then, imagine that the great-great-grandmother in question had been encouraged (as many are today) to exercise something called "her choice" and end your great-grandfather's life in the womb.
The consequences of that one decision, had she made it, would have deprived the world of you and all the families which resulted from that one decision in the late 19th Century.
A "woman's right to choose" is not a choice about one life, it is a choice about all the generations who may be born as a result of that life.
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