Mike Adams

I think about my failed efforts to get campus feminists to debate the abortion issue on our campus. I think about a North Carolina chapter of Planned Parenthood that declined a campus debate on abortion saying, ?It is our policy not to debate the abortion issue.?

I think about the early feminists, the true feminists, like Susan B. Anthony, who were steadfastly opposed to abortion.

I think about all of the abortion clinics in minority communities. I think that the next Martin Luther King was probably aborted years ago.

I think that Margaret Sanger would have been proud to see the genocide against African Americans that has been launched in the name of ?choice.? I think that she would be proud to see that this genocide is sponsored, celebrated, and embraced by the Democratic Party.

I think that those in Congress who voted against the ban on partial birth abortion should wear t-shirts saying ?I have the blood of innocent children on my hands.?

I think that Jesus Christ loved us before we were born. I also think that He was single for all of his 33 years.

I think about Clinton?s former Surgeon General, Dr. Joycelyn Elders, when she said that pro lifers ?need to get over this love affair with the fetus.? I think that Planned Parenthood has a ?love affair with abortion.?

I think about Planned Parenthood telling teenagers that having an abortion is just like picking a scab. I think about someone wearing a t-shirt that says ?I just picked a scab? in order to convey a ?powerful message in support of women's rights.?

I think about American churches paying for the abortions of church employees.

I think that Psalm 139 speaks with finality on the issue of abortion.

I think that abortion is the most important issue in the coming election. I think that is true every election year. In fact, think that abortion is the most important moral issue of our time.

When I hear college professors comparing George W. Bush to Adolph Hitler, I think about Hitler?s assertion that ?the demand that defective people be kept from propagating equally defective offspring? represents ?the most humane act of mankind.?

When I visit the Holocaust Museum in Washington, DC, I think about abortion.

I think that we are blessed to have George W. Bush as our president.

I think that by the time you read this article, our nation will see its 45,000,000th abortion since Roe v. Wade.

I think that pro-life groups should make their own t-shirts saying ?your mother didn?t.?

NOW you know what I think.

Mike Adams can be reached at adams_mike@hotmail.com.


Mike Adams

Mike Adams is a criminology professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and author of Letters to a Young Progressive: How To Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things You Don't Understand.