Monday, January 21, 2013

40 Years Later: Roe vs Wade

We call this the Month of Life, and there is no shortage of opinions and essays being written this month on the Roe vs Wade decision all those years ago.

The Pro Life movement has come a long way, and we make strides everyday to educate and bring to light the truth of life to women who may have been blinded by the promotion of the choice movement. With every step forward we must continue to battle ahead to educate new generations. has a great opinion piece on the 40 year anniversary I wanted to make sure our readers saw... check it out....

40 Years Later, Abortion Has Solved Nothing for Women

by Serrin Foster | Washington, DC | | 1/21/13 12:24 PM

Did you hear? Planned Parenthood has decided that they won’t use the phrase “pro-choice” anymore. With support for abortion at an all-time low (41%) they took a poll. After using a term that has been intentionally misleading for decades, now they say it is “confusing.”
After a 40 year experiment on women, we are not confused.
All people are equal. All choices are not. Abortion is a bad choice for women–sometimes deadly for women, and almost always for their children. Women who have suffered abortions increasingly tell us that they regret their abortion, and that it hurt them in many ways.
Forty years after the Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton on January 22, 1973, we remember 56 million missing American children and hundreds of women, perhaps thousands, who have paid the ultimate price.
Sarah Weddington accepted injustice when she argued Roe on the grounds that poor women, students, and working women don’t have the support they need. The founders of the National Association to Repeal the Abortion Laws (NARAL) betrayed women as well as children when they sold abortion as a way to achieve equality in the workplace.
Abortion has solved nothing. It has only masked the problems that women face, especially the most vulnerable: the poor, students, young working women, struggling families, victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and yes, birthmothers.

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