of Fetus Declared a Homicide”
Just Another Late-term Abortion?
Front page headlines in today’s paper which caught our
attention and reminded us of the hypocrisy in society, http://www.bnd.com/news/crime/story/261472.html.
After reading the article, we recognized the mother being charged;
she was a frequent visitor to the sidewalk outside Hope Clinic where
we are embedded with our pregnancy outreach van. We had helped her
relative with a pregnancy years ago. Now she was acting strange and
asking for financial handouts with various excuses: rent,
prescriptions, etc. We have been on the streets for over 14 years in
so we know the routine of the druggies and homeless looking for
money to get high or drunk. We never give them money; it enables
them to continue their bad behavior and addictions. We will help
them with housing, rehab, and other resources, but never cash.
Anyways, this mother was one of the many drug cliques in
, just basically existing for her next high. It was a sad situation,
but this deplorable town, which used to be known for its towering
steel mills and attracted families from all 49 states, now attracts
The three main industries in
are drugs, prostitution, and
murder, that being the abortion mill which is popular for it’s
no parental consent policy and specializes in late-term abortions.
Now this is where the hypocrisy sinks in: Why
are we holding this mother to a different standard when 30-50
mothers a day are deliberately walking inside the abortion mill and
barbarically murdering their unborn fetuses? Don’t they
deserve the same protection and rights as babies of drug mothers?
Don’t get me wrong, taking drugs during pregnancy is wrong
and mothers should be held accountable, but why should an
abortion-bound woman not be charged with the same crime of homicide
as in this case? Both
premeditatedly take the life of an innocent victim.
is going to police morality in the drug community, they better begin
policing the immorality inside the abortion mill. If not, then
owning a slave should be legal because since the inception of
abortion on demand in 1973 unborn children have been treated like
property. Unborn babies are
no different from unborn babies of drug addicts. They deserve
the full protection of the Constitution and the laws need to be
enforced. Society needs to speak up and stop marginalizing the
sanctity of human life. If we allow women to pick and choose who
gets to live and who gets to die they are not any better than slave
In our questionable civilized society today, the most
dangerous place to be is not the streets of
East St Louis
subways, it’s in a
mother’s womb. The insanity and hypocrisy of “choice”
must end. The destiny of our nation is on a downward slope with no
hope in sight. The scales of justice need to be balanced for the
unborn. We are aborting our future.
Once in a while there will be a flash fire in the pan such as
this tragedy that will make the front page headlines. But, where is
the humanity for our little brothers and sisters in the womb?
We are all against violence and are appalled at the recent
school shootings, town hall shooting, and mall shootings. It’s
children killing children, and yet we allow women to massacre their
children everyday at the local abortion mill. Abortion is the
contributing factor that no one dares mention. The laws need to
change. If a scalpel or suction hose is all we can give women to
empower themselves we are on a doomed course of creating the monster
and having to live with the monster. Mothers
need love, they don’t need abortion.