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Monday, June 27, 2022

Abortion Businesses are Closing! Less Access to Abortion Means Fewer Dead Babies!

One of the most effective ways to save babies is to limit abortion access.  The fewer abortion businesses, the fewer dead bodies. Life Dynamics spread that message decades ago. Mark Crutcher, author of Lime 5, is an authority on the exploitation of women by abortion. How many know about the reality of what goes on in many of these filthy places and the abortionists who run them. If you read Lime 5, you'll be shocked! 

Abortion is a disaster for women! Now, that access is limited, we have to continue getting that message out. Women need to know they have alternatives. Most women will not turn to illegal abortion if it's not easily available, but will seek help. Which means we need to beef up support for pregnancy help centers. 

Abortion facilities are closing all over the country. Praise God and help a crisis pregnancy center today in thanksgiving for the overturning of Roe v. Wade.


rohrbachs said...

"Meanwhile, New York is not the only state setting itself up to profit from abortion as conservative states outlaw or restrict it within their borders.

On Friday, soon after the Supreme Court handed down its ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, the leftist governors of California, Oregon, and Washington released a joint statement announcing a pact to ensure women can still kill their unborn babies on the West Coast of the United States.

According to the “Multi-State Commitment” signed by Democratic Governors Gavin Newsom of California, Kate Brown of Oregon, and Jay Inslee of Washington, “all people seeking abortion and other reproductive health care services” will find “a safe haven” in their states."

This is why roe reversal is not enough. Rand Paul has had a human life at conception amendment on the docket. Why not fall in line with him.

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

It's not either-or, it's both-and! If a ship was sinking with 100 people on board and you were in a rowboat that could only hold eight, wouldn't you try to save the eight?