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Bowling Strikes For Abortion Funds

Robin266 Wrote: May 01, 2012 5:34 PM
Have you spoken to many people who were born in dire poverty if they wished they had not been given an opportunity to live? How about handicapped people - do you suppose they wish they had been aborted?The "do-gooders" assume they are doing the unborn a favor by killing them, but no one ever asks the baby.
Chries Wrote: May 02, 2012 9:13 AM
Robert, I know a poor lady who was "punished" by having a baby. She didn't punish the baby, however. She asked my wife and me to adopt him. She still struggles with poverty and her life was still difficult, despite all our efforts to help her. But in the midst of all her struggles, she points to a noble and selfless sacrifice that carried her baby to term and gave him a mom and a dad.

Our boy is doing great and we're confident that little lady is going to be fine. She recently told us she found a good church and she's beginning to get involved. Between some good decisions and the Lord's help, she's probably going to have a pretty good life. Believe me, an abortion would have been much more punishing than having the baby.

After all we’ve seen and heard regarding abortion in the 21st century—all the justifications for gender-selective abortions, for killing preborn handicapped babies, and even for having a window of time in which it’s acceptable to kill children after birth—proponents of the culture of death still surprise many people from time to time.

For example, Planned Parenthood surprised sensible, rational Americans when it recently held 40 days of prayer for abortion, abortion rights, and women that have been “punished” with an unwanted baby. And prior to that, President Barack Obama did it when he mandated that employers pay for their employees’ abortion...