Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Abortion Message

Few have ever asked about my position. I do not oppose abortion in cases of rape, incest and a birth as clear threat to a mother's life.  Roughly 600 infant deaths in Florida attributed to people not at all prepared or able to take care of new and recently born children( Statistics from today's Bradenton Herald (Florida) about a 2 year old strangled by a python while the parents were drugged out. Another crushed while sleeping with evidently two fat "parents'.

So kids could be adopted? Cost my daughter over $15,000 to adopt one child born in the U.S.A. 

Dear Merle,

Did you catch Tad Cronn’s recent piece on the “War on Women?”

If it’s the body count that counts in the real “War on Women” as he states, then the abortion lobby is racking up quite a tally.

I thought that you might be interested in a few highlights from his article:

First, the trumped-up “War on Women” is not at all about pro-lifers wanting women to be held back or punished.

It’s about the real life body count: 56 million defenseless babies exterminated since Roe v. Wade – and more than half of them are girls.

Second, pro-abortion factions have reduced the whole of womanhood to their “lady parts.”

In the 1960s, so called “community organizer” Saul Alinsky dictated “He who controls the language controls the masses.”

The abortion industry has used this maxim to hijack women’s issues. It’s most obvious in the way our vocabulary has been manipulated.

Cronn shines a spotlight on this strategic assault:
The abortion lobby cannot acknowledge the personhood of unborn children because of the moral consequences.

They change the vocabulary of the abortion discussion by using euphemisms such as “fetus” to disguise what’s being killed; “health care” to conceal that abortion is almost never necessary and is physically dangerous to the mother.
He goes on, challenging the abortion lobby talking points;
Abortion “frees” women. After an abortion a woman won’t have to worry about her time being taken up by pregnancy or having a child.

She will have to worry about possible medical complications and long-lasting psychological scars.

It’s one thing to talk about “freedom to choose” but it’s another to live with your choices, and choosing abortion comes with a lifetime of guilt and loss.
The writer’s final line affirms the truth: “So who’s really waging a war on women? The answer is written in blood.”

Strong words that many need to hear.

Martin Fox, President
National Pro-Life Alliance

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