Friday, April 20, 2007

The beginning of the end. .. of abortion

Imagine a nation where the most at risk children are no longer in danger of death. NO, not our nation's schoolchildren, who are in danger from homicidal maniacs like Cho, though that is a growing problem. I am speaking about the unborn, 30% of whom are killed before birth. The Partial birth abortion ban is the beginning of the return to sanity for my beloved, corrupt nation.
Imagine a nation where angry, mentally ill young men aren't fed glorious-looking stories from the media, of "manifestos" from school shooters who go from being rejected geeks to overnight celebrities merely by premeditating the killing of dozens of innocent people, and sending a tape. As Senator Rick Santorum said on the floor of the Senate while debating the original partial birth abortion ban, which was twice vetoed by Bill Clinton, "what kind of a nation is even engaging in this debate?". Why are we so insensitive as to even allow Partial Birth abortion?
Thank you, Lord, for allowing justice to triumph. The late Cardinal John O'Connor begged Catholics to abstain from meat on Fridays for the overturn of what two liberal fellow New Yorkers, Sen Daniel Patrick Moynihan, and Mayor Ed Koch called infanticide. We had a long, hard struggle, but I believe this is the beginning of the end of legalized killing of the unborn. It had better be, or it will be the end of civilization in this nation.

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