The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO


January 21, 2013

Your View: Loathsome Roe v. Wade

DIAMOND, Mo. — Jan. 22, 2013, brings to mind the disgraceful and evil decision of the Supreme Court justices — Jan. 22, 1973, 40 long years ago.

 This was the day that the Supreme Court justices of the United States of America took it upon themselves to pass the loathsome Roe v. Wade, which allows the murdering of unborn babies (children) to be legal.

Note well: The Roe v. Wade decision is totally homicidal, immoral and against God’s divine laws and the laws of human nature.

There have been over a staggering 50 million dead babies (children) in the mother’s womb. This number does not include the many thousands of babies (children) destroyed by the deadly contraceptives (in reality abortificants). The pill (contraceptive) is used by thousands of women and girls under the disguise of the illustrious me, myself and I instead of the virtues of self-control and chastity.

The largest provider of abortions is Planned Parenthood, which is responsible for murdering a baby every 95 seconds ( Planned Parenthood spends 92 percent of our tax dollars through Planned Parenthood’s government funds for abortions and only 8 percent for women’s health care with many of their tests being farmed out to other agencies, i.e. mammograms, cancer tests, etc. (Rep. Diane Black, R-Tenn.).

It is our nation’s God-given duty and responsibility to defund Planned Parenthood, a very strong advocate of abortion (murder). More than anything else, it is our nation’s God-given duty and responsibility to overturn the evil and repugnant Roe v. Wade decision, the masterpiece of the devil. Unless this nation stops murdering babies (children) in the mother’s womb, it will perish.

Rita Crowell


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