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Abortion and the Conscience of a Nation

Kenneth L. Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 8:49 AM
Mike Adams made the same point in one third the number of words. I'm sorry, but I strongly disagree with your suggestion of refusing to vote, or of voting for third party losers, just to make a statement. Everything else you say, fine. I agree the homosexual movement is a good example of uncompromising radicalism at its worst. But if you allow Obama to be re-elected you will NEVER see Roe v. Wade overturned. And if Roe isn't overturned you'll never see a law upheld that does what you would like to see: outlaw abortion for the purpose of convenience (birth control) altogether. You will NEVER see it because the underlying legal environment kills the change you need.
Kenneth L. Wrote: Oct 13, 2012 8:53 AM
So, as Bill says, God bless you, Mr. Deace.
But Obama is orders of magnitude more evil than Romney in 100 different ways. In terms of abortion he is orders of magnitude more evil in dishonestly inflicting the evil on religious institutions rendering us all, literally, complicit and undermining another aspect of our Constitutional rights in the process. Please don't encourage people to vote for anybody other than Romney, imperfect as he is. The evidence of the Perot and Nader effects are clear. You'll be giving our country to the devil himself if you do this.

Imagine for a moment that your home is invaded by thugs who will do harm to your family, or perhaps even kill them. But then one of them takes a look at your three children and offers you a sinister Faustian bargain: pick one to die and the others will be allowed to live.

Would you helplessly choose one of your own children to die so that the other two may live? Would you trust a person whose moral conscience is so far gone to even offer such a deal to live up to his end of it?

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