Today, January 22, 2007 marks a grim anniversary in American history. 34 years ago today, the United States Supreme Court handed down two decisions that display judicial activism at its worst. Roe v. Wade “legalized” abortion for any reason in the first trimester, and provided an exception for “health of the mother” for the remainder of the pregnancy. The simultaneous case Doe v. Bolton defined “health of the mother” to be anything that a woman and her doctor decide it to be, including mental “health” or even “financial health.” Therefore in two crushing decisions a black robed oligarchy shoved abortion down the throats of God fearing Americans, even in states where the people had voted to keep it illegal. These two cases, when combined, legalized abortion throughout all 9 months of pregnancy for any reason whatsoever.
Over 47 million babies have been slaughtered legally since 1973. Some pro-aborts complain of the pro-life side pinning the “holocaust” label on this tragedy. Yet, American abortion is the best example of racial genocide since Nazi Germany. “Only” six million Jews were killed by Germany’s eugenics machine. Almost 8 times as many babies have been killed through America’s Holocaust. Although black people are in the minority in this country, they make up the majority of those killed through abortion. 1 in 5 white babies are killed through abortion compared with 1 in every 3 black babies! This is Margaret Sanger’s dream! She was the founder of Planned Parenthood and a white supremacist to the core. Why do you think the vast majority of Planned Parenthood facilities are located in minority neighborhoods? This is “by design.” “Ms.” Sanger (addressing her by her obviously feminist title) was vitriolic in her writings concerning eliminating the “inferior” such as racial minorities or the disabled.
It is high time to end this legacy of child sacrifice our country has endured over these 34 years. We need to return to our founding documents to read what the founders had in mind when this country was formed. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life...”