An Irreplacable Generation

22 01 2007

Filed under: Abortion, Roe v Wade, Supreme Court, Liberalism

Gribbit’s Word asks if you are in mourning today. If not, you should be.

Why? Because it was on this date in 1972 that the Supreme Court released their ruling on Roe v Wade and…

– Contributed to the deaths of over 40 million unborn lives by legalizing the wholesale slaughter of innocent lives in the name of choice.

– Circumvented the United States Constitution by trumping states’ rights releasing the floodgate which was holding back the tidewaters we now know as judicial activism. Another product of their decision was to make law in contradiction of Articles I & III of the Constitution all in the name of a convoluted “interpretation” of an amendment intended to protect the rights of those who were born here or become naturalized citizens.

The reprehensible and barbaric practice of terminating a viable pregnancy in the myopic vision of “choice” has done nothing positive for this nation.

Ask yourself…

What if the soul intended to cure cancer was aborted? Or for that matter, AIDS? Mankind has been forced to live now without the contributions of over 40 million individuals who could have been finding discoveries to advance the health and safety of over 6 billion people on this planet.

What if the soul aborted was the person who would have eventually become a political leader which would inspire the world to be at peace?

What if the soul aborted would have been the person who would have discovered a way to find curing treatments for paralysis, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Diabetes, or any host of diseases or injuries?

Or, what if the some of the souls aborted grew up and voted like their parent(s)-Democrat most likely in this case as one who prefers to shirk responsibility-as 80% of young people do. Liberals have literally killed off an entire voting bloc of their potential supporters.

La Shawn Barber is liveblogging today at the Pro Life Blogs and poses the following question:

QUESTION: Sexual abstinence until marriage: unrealistic or do-able?

Absolutely do-able. I did. I simply chose to not date. I focused on friendships and spent time in group outings. I was employing Josh Harris’s “I Kissed Dating Goodbye” techniques before the book was written. Thousands of teens are realizing the importance of abstinence and making the choice to wait for marriage. After all, that’s the calling of a Christian.




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