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55,000,000 Lives Cut Short Since Roe v. Wade

firetoice Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 1:13 PM
US EPA can help quantify the impact. EPA uses a figure of $9 million as "the societal cost of a life unnecessarily shortened" when justifying new or revised environmental regulations, regardless of the age of the persons whose lives are unnecessarily shortened. Multiplying that societal cost by the number of "lives unnecessarily shortened" (terminated) by abortion-on-demand each year, results in a "societal cost of lives unnecessarily shortened" by abortion-on-demand of $10.8 trillion, which is more than 2/3 of US GDP. The cumulative cost over the past 40 years would total nearly $500 trillion.
Simplecaveman Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 1:16 PM
That's the thing. I thought liberals would want as many people as possible. More people to tax, or have entitlements to give to.

Today marks the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision. Since that day, generations of Americans have been lost to abortion. The number of lives cut short? 55,000,000. In order to recognize the anniversary, The Susan B. Anthony list has released a powerful video featuring prominent pro-life leaders and abortion survivors to "reclaim the human center of the abortion debate." The entire thing is worth your time.

Although today marks a dark day in history, there is hope for the future. The youth in the pro-choice movement...