A national sin

By Tom Quiner


Congresswoman, Virginia Foxx (NC) gives an impassioned speech on behalf of our preborn brothers and sisters.

She characterizes human abortion as “a national sin.”

In 1973, some 45 states restricted or banned abortion. As Rep. Foxx puts it, an unelected court threw out these laws which protected the fundamental right-to-life as embraced by our Founders and this great nation for nearly 200 years.

The gravity of this national sin brought Ms. Foxx to tears.

In fairness, I suppose the threat of an abortion ban would bring Planned Parenthood and their fellow human abortionists to tears. There is a difference in motivation, though.

Ms. Foxx cries tears for those denied justice.

The human abortionists would cry tears over lost profits.

What has made America such a rich country has been our lavish pursuit of justice.

On the other hand, human abortionists have lavishly profited on the backs of 55 million aborted Americans.

They have purchased their wealth at a great cost, the cost of justice denied to 55 million innocent victims whose only crime was the crime of being inconvenient, broken, or simply unwanted.



  1. kqduane on June 24, 2013 at 10:14 am

    God, please let this wonderful woman’s pleas be heard in the hearts of our legislators! It is time this country came full circle and showed the world that we do indeed LOVE our children, rather than hate them.

    • quinersdiner on June 24, 2013 at 10:30 am


      • kqduane on June 24, 2013 at 10:37 am

        Your post was very timely. I have just finished editing a post called “Why Does America Hate Children?,which will be published as a Short Essay next Monday, on this very subject. Abortion began a deadly path for our children that now includes chronic neglect, suicide, murder, overdosing, pornography, pedophilia, etc. What a horrific legacy the baby boomers have left in their wake.

        • quinersdiner on June 24, 2013 at 10:40 am

          I look forward to reading it!