Julia writes "Even though I am not scared for my own safety, I am scared for others who are not yet born. My opinion is it should be very hard for people to be aborted in the womb. I beg you to work very hard to make killing children not allowed, not just for me, but for the whole United States."
Taejah writes "I am very sad about the children who lost their lives since 1973. So I thought I would write to you to STOP feminist violence. Thank you, Mr. President."
Right now, ABC, NBC, CBS, and the New York Times should be up in arms about the fact that these letters are just now hitting the press. They should also be outraged that it took a leak for them to get there. Clearly, the press has a right to know what all children - liberal or conservative - are thinking about important matters of public policy. With the help of the media, we could have curtailed the right to abortions - despite the fact that they are clearly written into the language of the constitution (right next to the right to homosexual sodomy and free birth control). After all, the president himself said “if there's even one step that we can take to save another child then surely we have an obligation to try."
If only the president valued the political opinions of all children equally. Then he might realize that every child has an equal right to life. And so many children could be saved.
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