Times have changed
Fifty years ago if there was news that our president said we should commit ourselves to abortion on demand throughout pregnancy, then most everyone would have thought the president was mentally disturbed.
Earlier this month President Obama stated his approval of abortion on demand. In an address to the pro-abortion group NARAL (National Abortion Rights Action League) the president said: “Tonight we celebrate the historic Roe v. Wade decision handed down 40 years ago, but we also gather to recommit ourselves to the decision’s guiding principle: that women should be able to make their own choices about their bodies and their health care.” This man celebrates the U.S. Supreme Court decision that has hurt women and allowed for the killing of over 50 million innocent children. He has done whatever he can to promote abortion on demand and force everyone to pay for them.
While the re-election of President Obama will temporarily maintain abortion on demand, the long-term prospects of more restrictions is in favor of those who cherish all human life. Women who have suffered from abortion are no longer silent and of the large rallies both locally and nationally the majority of attendees are teens and young adults. — Russ Rooney, Rogers