January 22, 1973 is truly a day that will live in infamy when people wake up–as they increasingly are–to the evil of abortion by which we have committed genocide against our own people. Well over fifty million people have never seen the light of day because we as a country let nine people in robes say it was okay to kill the innocent, that it was a right.
It is as absurd now as it was then. Not only is there no right to abortion in the Constitution, the idea that one’s right could be gained at the expense of another is positively un-American.
It is like the coming crisis if the Supreme Court finds a right for two men to marry each other in the Constitution, likely next to the imaginary abortion right. In doing this, Christians would be deprived of their rights to function in society if it is at odds with the homosexual agenda. Ask out of work bakers and photographers, who tried to follow their conscience in the face of gays wanting to “marry”, about their rights.
More on that later.
Now is the time to mourn the lost lives that were true victims of violence, expediency, ignorance. Over forty-two years many more than the population of California have been slaughtered. And the little children are not the only victims. Women who have had abortions often mourn the loss for the rest of their lives. Men, too, can be victimized since they are often not allowed to express an opinion on a woman’s “choice”.
We have lost the language and the culture has gone down with it.
It has allowed us to live a lie which has led to a further decline in our society’s values. We are so blind to the decadence that we have created a vicious circle of immorality leading to unplanned pregnancies leading to abortions leading to a coarsening of the culture leading to acceptance of greater sexual depravity resulting in more disease and heartbreak and…the cycle is endless.
Abortion on demand has led to countless deaths and also the destruction of our country. Without Roe v. Wade, I don’t think we would be the freewheeling, sexually-depraved, morally-challenged country we now are.
This is not the America I was born into, but a foreign place where right is called wrong and wrong isn’t acknowledged. This is not my country. My country would not countenance the slaughter of the innocents generation after generation with no end in sight. America will never be right until we reverse Roe v. Wade.
What can we do? The one thing each of us, powerless though we may feel, can always do: pray. Beg God for mercy and forgiveness and for our leaders to see the light and return the law back to that of January 21, 1973.