HOW WOMEN ARE IMPACTED BY ABORTION!
Remembering the 50 million+ who died in the continuing holocaust, the most grievous national sin of the USA!
Tuesday, January 22, 2013, marks 40 years since the Supreme Court ruled on Roe v Wade and made abortion legal in the US and began the tragedy of our national sin of the USA to slaughter the innocent unborn.
The abortion issue is front and center next week as the nation commemorates the 40th anniversary of the two U.S. Supreme Court decisions—Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton—that legalized abortion on demand. In this week’s CitizenLink Report (the video above) Stuart Shepard and Carrie Gordon Earll discuss these landmark decisions and how women are impacted by abortion. Hear a woman who had an abortion and how it impacted her life.
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Tom Minnery writes:
It’s hard to believe next week marks 40 years of legalized abortion in the U.S. The death count is 50 million preborn children and climbing—and for every child lost, there’s a mother and a father also impacted by abortion.
Many Americans are generally familiar with Roe v. Wade, the most cited of the two abortion rulings handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court on Jan. 22, 1973. In fact, there were two cases decided by the court that day—Doe v. Bolton being the second—that together erased every abortion ban and pro-life law in the nation. While progress has been made in re-establishing protections for the preborn, primarily in state laws, Roe and Doe remain the overarching law of the land.
In fact, Carrie knows firsthand that abortion hurts women. Her own abortion in 1981 changed her life forever and she talks candidly about this experience as well as the forgiveness and healing she found in Jesus Christ. Watch “Carrie’s Story” (above).
Thinking about 40 years of legal abortion is enough to crush the spirit of those of us who work to protect the rights of the preborn and of women in challenging pregnancies. Yet polls continue to show most Americans don’t like abortion and welcome reasonable restrictions—a sign that the pro-life message is still gaining influence. Couple this cultural impact with technological developments, like ultrasounds allowing moms to see their preborn children while still in the womb, and you see why optimism continues to fill the hearts of pro-lifers in this great land.
Thank you for joining us in this ongoing and critical defense of human life.
For faith and family,
Senior Vice President, Government & Public Policy