Baby Executed at Taxpayers Expense
by Angela Michael
failed, society failed, and the Supreme Court is not supreme
sins were paid for
with the blood of Christ, your
freedom was paid for with the blood
of Patriots, and your
silence is paid for with the blood of the unborn.
yet life is our first inalienable right written in the Declaration
of Independence which the patriots shed their blood for and our
nation was founded upon.
A valiant effort behind the legal fight to intervene on
behalf of this innocent child was waged last week but when are we
going to realize we cannot fight this battle in the courts? We will
never win. There’s never been a piece of prolife legislation that
a rabid liberal activist judge has liked. The cause of the oppressed
must be brought out of the building and into the streets. It must be
won in the court of public opinion by turning the hearts of the
fathers to the children and the hearts of the children to the
fathers. Look at history- civil rights when a Negro was considered a
non-human, only till a civil war was fought did we declare our black
brothers and sisters fully human. The same precedent must be set and
put into place for our lil’ brothers and sisters in the womb.
Personhood must be restored to the unborn. These babies are human
beings deserving full Constitutional rights as you and I have and if
they’re not human beings then what are they?
Issuing its first abortion-related decision under new Chief
Justice John G. Roberts Jr., the Supreme Court refused to block the
court-ordered transport of a female prison inmate to an outside
clinic for an abortion. Late last Friday night, Justice Clarence
Thomas had granted a temporary stay at that ruling, but Monday’s
high court decision was unanimous.
The court's two-sentence order capped five tense days of litigation.
“Jane Roe”, now 18 weeks pregnant, was battling a new
policy forbidding prisons to assist women seeking to terminate their
pregnancies. Her attorney was James Felakos of the American Civil
’s law forbids spending tax dollars to facilitate an abortion, but
the federal judge took the position that the prison system in
was blocking her from exercising that right. The woman planned to
have the procedure done on October 15, but Thomas granted the stay,
blocking the ruling by U.S. District Judge Dean Whipple.
Jane Roe said she would borrow money for the abortion from
friends and family but couldn’t afford to pay for transportation
to the clinic to have it done. The court fight was over those costs,
estimated at $350 plus fuel for two guards to accompany the woman.
The four and a half months pregnant inmate was in prison in
, 80 miles from
, for violating her probation on a methamphetamine-possession
Blunt expressed disappointment and said the high court’s order
“is highly offensive to traditional
values and is contrary to state law, which prohibits taxpayer
dollars from being spent to facilitate abortions.”
baby was executed this past Thursday, Oct. 21st at the
St. Louis Planned Parenthood extermination camp.
It’s one thing when the “poor-choice” crowd tells us
the taxpayers to mind our own business, it’s another thing when
they reach into our wallets to pay for it.
9:24 “When a land falls into the hands of the wicked, He
blindfolds its judges. If it is not He, then who is it?”