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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Listen Up, Pro-Lifers: We Must Run and Not Grow Weary

After 40 years of unrelenting child murder, it's not surprising if you are feeling discouraged. But Eric Scheidler gives us ten big accomplishments to fire us up for the continued fight. Read them, thank God, and rededicated yourself to prayer and work. Abortion WILL END. God will never abandon His babies.
Top Ten Accomplishments of the Pro-Life Movement, 1973-2013

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Our local newspaper wrote an article about the 40th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade and the local Right to Life rally. You would not believe the vicious, hateful comments and personal attacks posted by the Pro-Choice advocates in response to the article. We are painted as "religious zealots"; we don't care about women; we don't care about the baby after it is born; we are backwards (I live in Alabama); we are idiotic and clueless; our governor (Pro-lfe) was called a mysogynist and a prick...I could go on and on. I'm sure you know what I'm talking about. One cannot have a rational debate without the name-calling.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Sad to say, a person infected with the disease of liberalism is like a dog with rabies. He loses the capacity for intelligent discourse. Liberals don't argue; they make statements that they declare true (although they tell you there is no truth). If you ask them to prove their statements they start calling you names because they have no evidence for their positions. Everything is based on their feelings; and facts make absolutely no impression on them. It would be funny if they weren't destroying the country.

Anonymous said...

Obama, Obama, what are you doing to your own race and all of us. Thurgood Marshall what were you, too, thinking when you backed Roe vs Wade. This is the result for the nation for all its people, black and white, and so many black people look to the two of you as heroes. What are they thinking?

Anonymous said...

I think the metaphor of a race is a weary one - we have tolerated abortion for too long by simply making it a once/year occasion for a parade. Abortion is an abomination at least as offensive than the gassing of the concentration campers - at least their deaths were quick and painless. But noone would be proud to say they just marched once a year while these Hitlerian atrocities were taking place. I realize there are many prolifers who do clinic prayer and rescue work. But we've got to do more to abolish abortion. Camp out in our congressman's office till he's sick of us. Certainly we should go get in his face on Friday, rather than just Marching for Life. If every Catholic clocked their conscience in at their congressman's office, maybe they'd do something.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

I agree, Anonymous 6:56 a.m. If all anybody does is go to the March once a year, they are hardly pro-life. Even worse, if they go to the March but vote for pro-abortion politicians they are wolves in sheep's clothing. As for concentration camp victims, they were milked of every use before their murders. Only the weak got the quick exit. The others were worked and starved before they were murdered. Evil men never seem to run out of horrible ways to treat their fellow men.