Out of Granite City
Maybe they were just doing their job. Maybe they had no choice.
Maybe, in this age when fathers and unborn babies have no rights, their
hands were tied.
On August 17, I was on my way home from work about 4 p.m. and
decided to stop at the abortion clinic where a few intercessors had
gathered. I noticed there was a police presence.
Apparently, just minutes before I showed up, a young undecided
couple went into the clinic. As they had been warned, the man was
separated from the woman and, when he wished to communicate with her, he
was prevented- to the point where the Granite City Police were summoned.
Fortunately, the young man eventually was able to contact his love
over the phone. They soon left the area- all three of them- and found aid
from a pro-life physician and others who offered true compassionate help.
What I find most disturbing is that Iíve been told that this use
of the police is not unusual. And, as a Granite City resident, it troubles
me greatly that the very police force that one minute may be saving my
childís life the next minute may be aiding the local abortionist to end
life. It leaves me with a sick feeling in my stomach.
We donít have to put up with this. We wouldnít allow a strip
club or massage parlor to reside here, and we donít have to allow an
Letís inform our city leaders that we donít want the hands of
our police to be covered with the blood of the innocent. If city officials
are sympathetic to this accursed thing, letís vote them out, every last
one. Letís get that evil thing out of our town.