Roe v Wade has produced more casualties than war 10


By Tom Quiner

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The most tragic anniversary in American history draws near.

The 41st anniversary of the lethal Roe v Wade Supreme Court decision is this Wednesday, January 22nd.

Let me quantify the carnage of Roe v Wade.

In the entire 237 year history of the United States of America, we have lost 1.3 million people to war.

We lose that many to abortion in a single year. Some 56 million Americans have died at the hands of human abortionists who rake in lavish profits from the carnage.

In the U.S., Planned Parenthood is the most prolific agent of death. They are supported with taxpayer money with our president’s blessing.

Bishop Richard Pates of the Catholic Diocese of Des Moines talked about this issue at the Midwest March for Life. He said that right now, here in Iowa, Catholic Charities has some 265 couples waiting in line to adopt.

They have a long wait.

Sadly, we abort 13 Iowa babies every day. Do the math: in little more than 20 weeks, each of these couples could have a baby.

Each would have the opportunity to pour out their love to a baby who otherwise will be disposed of by Planned Parenthood.

The bishop beseeched us to embrace adoption, the loving way to go.

But the money Planned Parenthood has been getting from human abortion has just been too good.  On the other hand, the tide is beginning to turn as the pro life generation makes their presence felt.

Human abortion clinics are closing. The young increasingly understand something liberal politicians don’t: these are people we are killing  (just look at the photo above). This is blood money, and these conscientious young voters refuse to vote for politicians who support human abortion through all 9 months of a pregnancy.

There is hope: Washington D.C. will be awash with pro lifers this Wednesday for the March for Life. The mainstream media won’t cover it, but I will.

Check back.  Love is sweeping the country.  That’s what the pro life movement is all about.

10 comments

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  2. For me, abortion is a much more important issue for the Republican party than gay marriage. I think we have lost the gay marriage argument, as young people today seem to be more and more supportive of that. Abortion, however, is interesting as an issue, because it seems young people are actually MORE pro-life than older voters. I think we can still win the abortion debate. And it is my sincere hope that we do in my lifetime.

    • Shawn, I understand your concerns, but don’t give up the ship. The young were big supporters of abortion rights in the early years after Roe v Wade, and look how far the pendulum has swung. In some respects, I think so-called gay marriage is even a bigger threat than human abortion because gay marriage and religious liberty cannot coexist. The First Amendment is at stake with this issue. Thanks for writing.

      • Tom-
        Can you expand on why you think gay marriage and religious liberty cannot coexist? I’m not sure how two men marrying or two women marrying in any impacts YOUR freedom of religion. I am not in agreement that churches should be forced to marry these individuals if that’s what you are saying.

      • It’s funny you ask, because I was with a group of serious Catholics last night. One of our group made a similar comment as you. I’ll try to write more fully on it in a new post tonight.

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