Black Children Are An Endangered Species   Leave a comment

I got the following info from Albert Mohler’s blog: http://www.albertmohler.com/2010/03/03/newsnote-black-children-are-an-endangered-species/

According to the most recent survey numbers, African-Americans make up 13% of the nation’s population, yet they have nearly 40% of the nation’s abortion. Since Roe v. Wade, there have been nearly 19 million black babies aborted. Such a tragedy…

Here are some sites for you:

http://www.toomanyaborted.com/

http://www.abort73.com/

http://wetheposterity.org/blog/

I understand the pro-choice position because it seems harsh that young women have their lives drastically changed way too early, but such are the consequences of unprotected sex. I don’t want to minimize their pain and their trauma throughout the whole ordeal, but I want to bring out the blatant hypocrisy of a legal system where assaulting a pregnant woman and killing her unborn child is considered murder, yet willfully allowing a doctor to kill the child maybe a week or two earlier is considered merely a legal abortion.

The original Jane Roe in Roe v. Wade is Norma McCovey. Since the abortion case (where she never followed through on the actual abortion), she has become one of the foremost advocates for illegalizing abortions.

Aside from the effect on the unborn child, there are some other considerations you have to make:

– What is the effect on the mother, post-abortion?

– What is the societal effect when sexual irresponsibility has no ramifications?

– What is the effect on young men and women who need not grow up and take on responsibilities?

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Posted March 3, 2010 by Mitchell J. Kim in Uncategorized

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