Not everything "legal" is morally or spiritually grounded... the main reason why we need laws and legislation in the first place is to protect the rest of us (as well as the people who make the wring decisions) from the fallout (for us) and consequences (for them) of all of those wrong decisions... Since 1973 (Roe v. Wade), and as of January 2103, there have been 55,772,015 "legal" abortions... There ya go, "pro-choicers..."
Forty-three years ago, the Supreme Court of the United States denied the most basic of human rights – life – to the most vulnerable of people – unborn children. As we approach this anniversary, we pause to consider its ramifications – over 57 million dead American children. The authors of the Court’s Roe v. Wade decision found a constitutional right to privacy that guaranteed the right to an #abortion. But in doing so, they failed to consider what – or who – it was that was being aborted...
Nineteen leading pro-life organizations joined the Media Research Center to chastise the networks for their near blackout of the 2015 March for Life. The Annual March for Life, which attracted over 200,000 participants from around the country, marked the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion.
Legal abortion is one of the safest medical procedures in the U.S. and is supported by the majority of Americans, but we’re seeing more and more legislation designed to restrict access. Wisconsin legislators: It’s time to face the facts and leave women’s personal medical decisions in the hands of the real experts — women and their doctors. #RoevWade #KeepAbortionSafe #Roe42
Supreme Court won’t hear case that could have reopened Roe v. Wade
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