Another Day in Infamy
December 7, 1941 is a day that will live in infamy. On that day a total of 2,400 Americans were killed and 1,200 were wounded, many while valiantly attempting to repulse the attack on Pearl Harbor. The day after Pearl Harbor was bombed, President Roosevelt appeared before a joint session of Congress and declared war on Japan. (History.com)
Every day in the United States nearly 4000 unborn babies die from the bomb that was dropped on the American Constitution in January 1973 by our Supreme Court. Many of us are still waiting to hear that our President and Congress have declared war on the Abortion Industry.
Approximately 52 million American children have died and their mothers and families have been permanently wounded.
Some have been completedly destroyed since theSupreme Court declared that autonomous abortion rights are built into the Constitution, and that any legal barriers which prevent mothers from aborting their children are unconstitutional.
Many valiant American citizens have attempted to repulse this attack on the innocent and most defenseless among us and they have paid a heavy price, some paid with their lives.
Yet no matter who has been President or which Party has controlled Congress since 1973 the war rages on.
Abortion is not health care! Abortion is not a constitutional right!
Abortion is tyranny! Abortion is murder!
Our nation was founded on the principle of law. We are a Republic! Abortion should not be a matter of politics, religion or personal choice!
It should be a matter of law!
No one should have a legal right to murder another human being simply because their life causes them an inconvenience.
No President, Congress, or Federal Judge should be allowed to force American Citizens to participate in the killing of our innocent unborn children by funding it with our tax dollars.
It is time for the slaughter of millions of unborn Americans to STOP!