Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Our National Shame

"It is a poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish." ~ Mother Teresa

Yesterday was the 32nd anniversary of Roe vs. Wade, the momentous and deplorable Supreme Court decision that legalized Abortion in America. And since that time, over 42 million unborn babies have been murdered in this country, the greatest nation on Earth.

But the greatest nation on Earth has a taint.

Sadly, the specter of genocide hovers over this land, a genocide allowed by venerated members of the highest court in the land. Senators and Congressmen and Judges, and many upstanding citizens in this country support this genocide. How far have we fallen, when men and women who begin their day by asking God's blessings and guidance upon their daily deliberations, argue that killing helpless innocent babies is a God given right!

And the saddest part of all is the fact that it is the so-called party of compassion who supports it most strenuously. The same lawmakers who, even now, argue that liberating millions of innocent people in Iraq is obscene and creates needless death and destruction. How hypocritical!

What kind of animal could support the murder of millions of innocents? There can be no excuse for this travesty.


And so, we celebrate another year of tragedy. A shameful milestone in America's history.

May God have mercy on us.


Mike said...

Insight Magazine a Conservative Periodical has sold out the Bush Admin. they write @www.insight.com

The Bush administration is bracing for impeachment hearings in Congress.

"A coalition in Congress is being formed to support impeachment," an administration source said.

Sources said a prelude to the impeachment process could begin with hearings by the Senate Judiciary Committee in February. They said the hearings would focus on the secret electronic surveillance program and whether Mr. Bush violated the 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

Administration sources said the charges are expected to include false reports to Congress as well as Mr. Bush's authorization of the National Security Agency to engage in electronic surveillance inside the United States without a court warrant. This included the monitoring of overseas telephone calls and e-mail traffic to and from people living in the United States without requisite permission from a secret court.

jgf said...

"A shameful milestone in America's history."

Incredibly sad and tragic...

Gayle said...

You are absolutely right Mark. It is indeed a national shame, but I do believe it will be turned around. It may take awhile (too long) but I think it will happen... at the very least, I believe the decision will be left to the states instead of the Supreme Court, and that's a start.

Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Great quote and pic. A good way to remember a sad day.

Poison Pero said...

Some call it "Our National Shame".......I just call it "The Prenatal Holocaust".

We long ago said "never again", after the destruction of the Jews, Gypsies, etc., at the hands of the Nazi barbarians........Yet we have allowed a executions to the tune of over 45,000,000 babies in the past 30 years.
I say it over and over again, I'm not an anti-abortion absolutist (I know this doesn't sit well with some of my Conservative brethren), but in no way should abortion be an acceptable choice of birth control in the U.S.

For once I agree with Bill Clinton: "Safe, legal, and RARE".......With the highlight on RARE.

Of course this isn't what Bubba meant, though.

KEvron said...

dammit, mark! you know know yer just baitin' me with that word!


KEvron said...

"Of course this isn't what Bubba meant, though."

you and jesus....


Mark said...

Not only do I not know that I'm baiting you, I don't even know what word you're talking about.

Are you on drugs?

KEvron said...

Not only do I not know that I'm baiting you, I don't even know what word you're talking about."

"taint" the one, and "taint" the other.

"Are you on drugs?"

why do you ask? *ssSSssppPPllliiiifffft!*


Poison Pero said...

Kev's lost his mind.......Again.

Poison Pero said...

The "Kinsey Experiments" cause flashbacks sometimes:)

Goat said...

You have to see the photo essay I linked courtesy of LGF of the Right to Life march in San Fran

Anonymous said...

"Taint" is the part of a person's lower regions that "taint" ass and "taint" pubic area.

Judging from the name of KEvron's blog, "StinkyLuvin," it is clear which sex of person he prefers his "taint" to be on.

Best bait for a KEvron is a big plate of hairy male bunghole, probably. But I shouldn't try to compliment him.

I will vomit now.

Mike's America said...

What a shame that liberals have so little respect for Democracy and state's rights that they cannot allow the decision on abortion to be decided by voters in each state.

Goat said...

Oh and Mike it takes a 2/3s majority in the House for impeachment not likely to happen since the GOP has a sizable majority there. I seriously doubt it would ever even come to a vote.
Aren't the lefties so intelligent, snuggley and cute? Gotta luv'em they make me so happy, if they can just keep it up they will make Hugo and Fidel so proud and lose more elections here.

KEvron said...

"Taint" is the part of a person's lower regions that "taint" ass and "taint" pubic area."

i limited myself to simply alluding to the meaning. felt a graphic explanation like yours would be inappropriate on mark's blog.

"Judging from the name of KEvron's blog, "StinkyLuvin," it is clear which sex of person he prefers his "taint" to be on."

and which would that be?

"Best bait for a KEvron is a big plate of hairy male bunghole, probably."

don't threaten me with a good time! (fresh as a daisy, that joke!)

"But I shouldn't try to compliment him."

no, you should try to insult me for no apparent reason.

"I will vomit now."

this should have been the preface....


KEvron said...

oh, and it's not StinkyLuvin, it's st inkyl-uvin, the patron saint of chronic itchiness....


Mark said...

I used the word, taint, in it's proper form- "taint-
Function: noun: a contaminating mark or influence"

KEvron said...

yes, mark. i know. remember how we talked about humor? ever heard of "free association"?


Pamela Reece said...

I agree with Poison Hero. It is indeed a National shame and not one that any American should be proud of.