January 22 marks the 38th anniversary of Roe vs Wade, the U. S. Supreme Court’s decision that legalized abortion. Today, when the issue focuses as much on civil rights, black genocide or whether a fetus is an unborn baby compared to merely a women’s right-to-choose, the annual March for Life – a protest against the millions of babies who have been aborted since that time was held once more.
Today, it was reported that abortion rights advocate, NOW President Terry O’Neill informed CNN once more, that, “A fetus is not a life, sorry,” adding, “And no, nobody’s religious conviction justifies taking women’s ability to shape their own futures away from them.”
O’Neill’s opinion is exactly opposite that of all those who are pro-life, of proven biological evidence of medical experts and even one far-left activist, feminist and lesbian Camille Paglia, who frankly and honestly admits that “abortion is murder”, indisputably murder. She brutally warns that all those who are for abortion are doomed to cede the higher moral ground to those who call a fetus an unborn baby, because really they don’t have any moral ground on which to stand; a fetus is an unborn baby.
Camille Paglia wrote
… I have always frankly admitted that abortion is murder, the extermination of the powerless by the powerful. Liberals for the most part have shrunk from facing the ethical consequences of their embrace of abortion, which results in the annihilation of concrete individuals and not just clumps of insensate tissue.
Many consider abortion the 21st century civil rights issue with historical significance to the black community, quoting Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, who supported genocide, and said,
We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.
Recently, Rick Santorum, went so far as to say, he found it “remarkable” that President Obama, “a black man” could support abortion. Many point out that few “proud black men” have an answer to their support for what some term as the largest legal genocide in America’s history, with well over 14 million babies and counting, “exterminated”. Those with no answers seem to prefer to focus on the disproportionate number of black men imprisoned, not the disproportionate number of black unborn babies who are denied life. See: Rick Santorum asks how a ‘black man’ could support abortion
Examiner Exclusive: One woman, 37 years ago, was front and center in the abortion decision, Norma McCorvey was the Roe in Roe vs Wade. If you have missed the exclusive story of what it was like up close and personal that day, you won’t want to miss the personal story recounted below:
Roe vs Wade: Norma McCorvey’s Dallas hairstylist shares memories years later The hairstylist who styled Norma McCorvey’s hair for her fateful day in court recounts that day, how Norma reacted, what the attorney who brought her in said. It’s a personal glimpse into history.The most controversial case to this day, Roe vs Wade, began in Dallas,Texas. We all know the outcome of the case but sometimes the background, personal information is fascinating. Here’s a bit of local Dallas background. Continue reading on glowbass.com:
Provocative questions to ponder or answer:
- How many babies have been denied life since abortion was legalized?
- Do you think as many women would have used “the proverbial coat-hanger” as babies have been aborted?
- Do you think abortion will come to be thought of as the Civil Rights issue of the 21st century?
- Congressman Trent Franks said, “If Every Person had the Respect for Innocent Life that Sarah Palin Does, We Wouldn’t Have Violence Anywhere” Do you believe that to be true?
- Do you think Sarah Palin is feared because of her position on abortion?