My Way News: “In the banned procedure – known as intact dilation and extraction to doctors, but called partial-birth abortion by opponents – the living fetus is partially removed from the womb, and its skull is punctured or crushed.
Justice Department attorneys argued that the procedure is inhumane, causes pain to the fetus and is never medically necessary.
Abortion proponents, however, argued that a woman’s health during an abortion is more important than how the fetus is terminated, and that the banned method is often a safer solution that a conventional abortion, in which the fetus is dismembered in the womb and then removed in pieces. ”
How have we come to this? We are standing in a court room, arguing on which method of killing an innocent is more humane, which is more “acceptable”. Why is either method “acceptable” at all? Why are we killing our children? We are sacrificing them on the altar of expediency. Children have become things we throw away. They inconvenience us with their incessant demands to be loved, fed, cared for, guided, nourished, and instructed.
Look around the nation. Look at the empty school buildings, the declining (in mass numbers) enrollment at high schools, colleges and universities. Where have all the children gone?
We decry the maltreatment of those who have proved to be guilty of crime, yet sit silent as the innocent are slaughter in the name of convenience.
The environmentalist will bemoan the destruction of the rainforest, saying “The cure for (name disease here) is in the rainforest and we are destroying it!” while in the next breath proclaiming the “right” to slaughter in the womb, the future research scientist who may have discovered the cure.
Is it any wonder those children who survived the abortion threat have a high suicide rate, are on medications at record levels just to cope. Our society has removed the foundations, we have broken the moral compass.
If God doesn’t judge the United States of America, He’ll have to apologize to Soddom and Gomorrah.
I think we better rethink the way we think.