November 12, 2013

11/12/13 snow flurries

Tears stream down her face
No new paths do they take
No one notices her pain
Suffering, a part of life
This, too well, she has known.

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March 17, 2013
thefullnessofthefaith:

North Dakota to Become First to Ban Abortions Based on Down Syndrome
North Dakota is on the way to becoming the first state to ban abortions based on genetic “defects” like Down Syndrome. When diagnosed before birth, such genetic abnormalities prompt couples to have abortions 90 percent of the time.
However, the North Dakota Senate has passed a measure would make the state the first to prohibit abortions for such reasons, and Republican Gov. Jack Dalrymple appears posed to sign it.
The measure would also ban abortion based on gender selection, an issue of increasing concern in the United States has people from nations like China and India migrate to the United States and bring their cultural preference for boys with them.
http://www.lifenews.com/2013/03/15/north-dakota-to-become-first-to-ban-abortions-based-on-down-syndrome/
abortion is murder

Thank you Lord!! Let’s keep praying for the unborn!

thefullnessofthefaith:

North Dakota to Become First to Ban Abortions Based on Down Syndrome

North Dakota is on the way to becoming the first state to ban abortions based on genetic “defects” like Down Syndrome. When diagnosed before birth, such genetic abnormalities prompt couples to have abortions 90 percent of the time.

However, the North Dakota Senate has passed a measure would make the state the first to prohibit abortions for such reasons, and Republican Gov. Jack Dalrymple appears posed to sign it.

The measure would also ban abortion based on gender selection, an issue of increasing concern in the United States has people from nations like China and India migrate to the United States and bring their cultural preference for boys with them.

http://www.lifenews.com/2013/03/15/north-dakota-to-become-first-to-ban-abortions-based-on-down-syndrome/

abortion is murder

Thank you Lord!! Let’s keep praying for the unborn!

(Source: goandannouce)

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March 8, 2013
We refuse to tell teenagers not to have sex, because the only thing our culture cherishes more than sexual license is avoiding the appearance of hypocrisy. And we won’t tell teenagers that sex belongs in marriage because we’ve emptied marriage of its significance to the point that it’s a hollow shell, less than a contract. (And besides, that’s totally judgmental, which is almost as bad as hypocrisy.) And so, when the dire social consequences of epidemic teen pregnancy can no longer be ignored, having absolved ourselves of any responsibility for the mess, we lay the blame in the one place it most obviously doesn’t belong. By portraying them as little bundles of life-sucking terror, we blame the babies.
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nikosnature:

ariesnyuratik:

Surrogate Mom Refuses Abortion Against Family’s Wishes

by The Young Turks

Notice, suddenly when a woman wants to save the child, prochoicers suddenly go from “your body, your choice,” to “well, you signed a contract…”  Pathetic.

I pray that child can overcome her illnesses. The sad part is that these “newscasters” would probably not apologize for saying she was better off dead if she indeed survived.

(Source: impishchronological)

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March 5, 2013
nikosnature:

kaygallagher:

My mother just put this on facebook! You would think having a daughter who is getting a degree in genocide studies would teach her to be more aware….and respectful. This is ridiculous and royally pissed me off.



Your absolutely right.  It’s an unfair comparison because the holocaust one uses numbers from different countries, while the abortion one only uses deaths in the United States.  Really, the abortion number should be magnitudes higher.

nikosnature:

kaygallagher:

My mother just put this on facebook! You would think having a daughter who is getting a degree in genocide studies would teach her to be more aware….and respectful. This is ridiculous and royally pissed me off.

Your absolutely right. It’s an unfair comparison because the holocaust one uses numbers from different countries, while the abortion one only uses deaths in the United States. Really, the abortion number should be magnitudes higher.
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October 15, 2012
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October 6, 2012
leftybegone:

gopandgirlythings:

blonde-on-a-mission:

All our crises, from economic to illegal immigration, to outsourcing, are at heart 1 crisis: a DEMOGRAPHIC crisis. We have not chosen life. We have chosen sin: abortion, divorce, homosexuality. All reduce birthrate. Therefore all reduce economic growth, which is 70-75% consumer spending. Therefore the cost of labor rises. And we import less efficient substitutes. The wages of sin is death. And we are a dying nation.

Wow. This is so true too wow :(

Ah, the unintended consequences of liberalism. They never fail to fail.

leftybegone:

gopandgirlythings:

blonde-on-a-mission:

All our crises, from economic to illegal immigration, to outsourcing, are at heart 1 crisis: a DEMOGRAPHIC crisis. We have not chosen life. We have chosen sin: abortion, divorce, homosexuality. All reduce birthrate. Therefore all reduce economic growth, which is 70-75% consumer spending. Therefore the cost of labor rises. And we import less efficient substitutes. The wages of sin is death. And we are a dying nation.

Wow. This is so true too wow :(

Ah, the unintended consequences of liberalism. They never fail to fail.

(via prolifeadvocate)

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‎”I am concerned about a culture that has become increasingly callous about the radical abortion license, and a legal system that affords more protection to endangered species of plants and animals than to unborn babies.”
Timothy Cardinal Dolan 

(Source: catholicknight, via thefullnessofthefaith)

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