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Missouriís Gain, Illinois Loss

                                          Missouri lawmakers approve 72-hour waiting period before abortions..

Forgive me if I'm not ecstatic over another Missouri anti-abortion law. If you haven't heard, the legislators across the river have upped the waiting time for abortion bound women from one to three days. In their words: "This bill is a way to give a potential mother some additional time to think about this life-altering decision, and to talk to family and friends who can help provide support during what is undoubtedly a difficult and emotional time."  Sadly, what is good for Missouri will become evil revenue for Illinois, where corruption seems to be the number one manufacturing product in the land of Lincoln.  Honestly, I should work a toll booth as abortion bound Missouri mothers will simply continue driving across the Mississippi River and dumping their aborted babies in Illinois. Incredibly, I've heard outrage over the abandonment of tires in E. St. Louis; what about the babies? I've heard outrage over the abandonment of two live puppies and one dead in a dumpster, but what about the babies that are being murdered and dumped and abandoned in Granite City? Itís ironic that society cares more about the environment and puppies than innocent blood that flows through its sewers. Society is at war with common sense, and a respect for life at any stage.  Is it any wonder why senseless violence runs rampant nowadays? Where there is no justice, how can there be peace?

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