Monday, December 07, 2009

Abortion: "A God-Given Right"

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Abortion: "A God-Given Right"

God is often blamed for things He did not do and credited for things he has not done.

Such was the case last week at the Capitol.

At a rally quickly organized by Planned Parenthood, NARAL and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), God and America's Founding Fathers were given credit for something neither have done.

The Capitol rally was convened to react to the Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich, amendment to the House health care bill, which would prohibit any federal money from paying for any part of a health insurance plan that covers abortion and was successfully attached to the House bill in a bipartisan vote.

Oh my.

Democrats are not supposed to do those kinds of things.

Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-Conn., called Stupak's amendment "a stain" and urged the crowd to make him and those who are supporting him, "feel the wrath."

But it was the main speaker, Reverend Veazy, who defined the spirit of the pro-abortion activists.

After vilifying the US Conference of Catholic Bishops who helped Stupak get the vote, Veazy clarified the position on abortion of both the Founders and God Himself.

He said, "Don't let anybody tell you that religious people don't support choice. You not only have a Constitutional right for abortion, but you have a God-given right."

God, forgive us and help us. We have lost our way.

Gary Randall
Faith & Freedom

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  1. Abortion is clearly a violation of both the constitution and the will of God, no matter what a judge or politician may say.

    I wonder if Rep. Bart Stupak's amendment is because of the blood of Christ. I wonder if that is why Rep. Rosa Lauro referred to it as a "stain".

    Will America now scramble for the "right" to eat of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil?

    Everything God made was good, but something turned to bad. It wasn't his fault.

  2. Oh my! This is crazy! God tells us not to murder, and that God hates hands that shed innocent blood.
    Linda Dillon
    Arlington Human Life
    Arlington, Washington State

  3. Gary one of the most remarkable things I've ever seen on the news was coverage some years ago at a pro-abortion rally.

    I kid you not; there was a young woman there who said she was there to protect abortion for future generations.

    God forgive us indeed.

  4. I am against abortion for convience , not all abortions are for convience.

    I don't like the extremism of the anti abortion groups.

    Women have died because they are being told that it is agaist God's will to have an abortiion.
    They get cancer and refuse treatment because they are pregnant and die. A husband is left alone , children are left without a mother's influance
    all because of the rhetoric of extreme right.


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