Some readers might call this letter hateful toward women who have had abortions. There is neither hate nor judgment in my heart.
I believe many women choose abortion because they are misinformed.
I don't get the Syria thing. Media reports that Assad killed 100,000 Syrians. Outrage didn't occur until Assad crossed a "red line" and chemical weapons killed a few hundred children.
Why are we enraged because Assad killed a few hundred children by chemical means when our own country has killed millions of children by chemical means? Abortionists use chemical weapons like mifepristone (RU486) to end a baby's life in the womb, or inject hyptertonic saline or urea to dehydrate and chemically burn the baby to death before the baby is scraped out or sucked out of Mom's womb.
Media told of the awful and painful death the Syrian children. Based on current scientific study, it is believed that a baby in the womb feels pain long before birth. How much pain does a baby feel when it is chemically burned to death in the womb? As an EMT, I have responded to many types of injuries, and it is my experience that a serious burn is one of the most painful types of injury.
Yes, I said "baby." It is an insult to scientific and logical thought to say that the baby in the womb is a blob of mom's tissue, and that she has the right to choose what to do with her body. I agree that a woman has a right to choose what to do with her body, but the baby in the womb is already a unique and separate person at the time of fertilization. When an egg and sperm unite, unique and new DNA is formed. If new DNA is present that is not the same as mom's DNA, then science has to say that a new and unique person has been formed in the womb. Approximately half of the time the baby is a boy and has male DNA. If boy babies have male DNA in the womb, how can it be mom's body? If it were mom's tissue, it would have female DNA.
Wake up America. It is time we stop using chemicals of mass destruction against millions of our own children. Wake up Colorado. Many people consider marijuana to be a "gateway" drug that leads to the use of stronger drugs. In a similar manner, abortion appears to be the "gateway" that expanded culture of death in Colorado and across America. In 1967 (six years prior to Roe v. Wade), Colorado led the rush to kill children in the womb. At Columbine in 1999, Colorado led the rush to school massacres. In 2012, Colorado was a suicide leader, having a rate twice that of our nation. Maybe Albert Schweitzer was correct when he said, "If a man loses his reverence for any part of life, he will lose his reverence for all of life."