Who does abortion affect? Everyone.
A man in Texas found out he was going to be an uncle; he was overjoyed. The thought never crossed his mind that his sister would choose not to have the baby as planned, and would instead choose to have an abortion. He joined the fight against abortion and is working to inform the community about his family’s experience of losing a child.
A man in Ohio found out he was going to be a father…after his girlfriend had an abortion without his knowledge. He won’t have the opportunity to know that child until he goes on to Glory.
Did you know it is mathematically impossible to overpopulate the Earth?
No child should be born that is not wanted. The earth is groaning now from overpopulation. Birth control often fails. Abortion should be free, and yes, paid for by the government. Taxpayers would save money in the long run. As someone has said, if men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament.
As I read articles about prolife campaigns and the great work that they do, there is always negative and outright vulgar comments (quoting):
Fight like hell to keep ’em all alive (no problem with that) but once they are born, you better not raise my damn taxes one cent to pay for these deadbeats.
How did the human race learn to hate so vehemently?
A recent letter to the editor in the Dayton Daily News tried to compare abortion with capital punishment. The two are not apples and oranges, but more like elephants and goldfish. When does an innocent baby get a trial of its peers, or an appeal? Capital punishment may be cruel and unusual, but it is a punishment for a crime. Abortion is murder.
We were not made by God to be sexually active before marriage. So, keep your pants on.
Personhood USA says it’s organization’s goal is to amend state constitutions with the declaration that personhood begins at conception. Critics say giving a fertilized egg the status of personhood threatens everything from birth control to in vitro fertilization and stem cell research, but particularly to abolish abortion.
It took over 100 years (counting from 1857) for the civil rights movement to prove the personhood of the black population.
In 1857, the Supreme Court decides that slaves are property and Congress cannot deprive citizens of their property. Slaves are “not citizens of any state” and “have no rights a court must respect.”
Then how much longer will it take for the Supreme Court to validate the personhood of a human embryo at conception?
Life. Personhood. Respect.