Contradictions

Over the last 3 years I’ve written and published so many pieces, when I go back and read some of them I don’t remember writing them. The following piece, written a year ago today, is one of them. Even though I may not remember writing a particular piece, I’ll never forget what I’m writing about. Most of my work on this site is focused on two things; closing the doors of Planned Parenthood and ending the practice of abortion.
As I wrote in this piece, the world is full of contradictions and obvious truths. I live in a country founded on divinely endowed rights, such as the right to life. Contrary to our founding principles, we allow over a million tiny human beings to be killed in America every year, just as their lives are beginning. The obvious truth is that that we can’t violate these basic principles without shattering ourselves against them.
If my life is to be judged by what I did or did not do for those who were defenseless to help themselves, I’ll accept my fate.

Pro Life Pop Pop

Planned Parenthood and its ilk promote what they call “safe abortions.”  They rely on our ignorance and gullibility when they try to convince us that a procedure specifically designed to kill a human being is safe.   They know that practicing truth in advertising would be a much tougher sell if they called the service they provide “brutally murdering your unborn child for money”.  The abortion industry is very good at what they do.  They should be.  They’ve had nearly 60 million opportunities to practice.

The abortion industry survives on contradictions, deception, and lies.  They accuse the pro-life side of waging a war on women because we don’t believe a woman has the right to choose to have her child killed.  They say we’re waging a war on women when over half the babies they kill are little girls.  Planned Parenthood’s motto is “Care, No Matter What”, when all they…

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