Friday, January 22, 2010

Civil Rights Denied!

The moral issue of our time is abortion. Since 1973, a whole class of human beings- the most innocent and defenseless have been stripped of all human rights.
The slaughter of over 50 million unborn children has unleashed unspeakable evil.

This includes:

Complete loss of respect for life- dead babies found in dumpsters, trash and toilets
Partial birth abortions, infanticide, abortion as birth control, gender selection abortions
Women maimed physically, emotionally or dead at the hands of abortionists
Minors harmed by abortions without parental notification or non reporting of sexual abuse
Men using women by relying on abortion to avoid responsibility
Fathers denied any rights in deciding if his child lives or dies

The above list only begins to describe the ramifications of abortion on demand, at anytime for any reason and at taxpayers expense.

As we remember today all those lives destroyed by this infamous Supreme Court travesty. Let's pray soon all civil, human rights will be restored to the preborn. Lastly, may our actions find us diligent in this battle. May we not be ashamed when someday asked by our horrified children or grandchildren, "What did you do when they were killing children?"

I'll end with a plea.

Please Forget Me Not!

I’m so small, not easily seen or heard,
A baby, with no voice nor choice, so absurd.

Mother Earth has rights, animal rights, even criminal rights,
Yet they say it’s all settled, those Roe v Wade fights.

Baby condors, snails and whales have defenders,
I’m, a glob, a pregnancy by-product, what pretenders!

My blood is sought, for many dollars bought,
Who will cry out for me, please forget me not.

Be quiet, don’t bring up the thorny “A” issue
Don’t rock the boat for a little bit of tissue.

But I have no voice, no choice, nothing to say,
By their CHOICE, my life is taken away.

Mom, Dad, please let me live life and see days light,
Don’t let the womb be my tomb, I’m worth the fight!

My blood is sought, for many dollars bought,
Who will cry out for me, please forget me not!

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