As everyone knows, our new President, over whom we have rejoiced, does not share this reverence for the beginning of human life. He is trapped and blinded by a culture of deceit. On the 36th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, he said, â€œWe are reminded that this decision not only protects womenâ€™s health and reproductive freedom, but stands for a broader principle: that government should not intrude on our most private family matters.â€
To which I say . . .
- No, Mr. President, you are not protecting womenâ€™s health; you are authorizing the destruction of half a million tiny women every year.
- No, Mr. President, you are not protecting reproductive freedom; you are authorizing the destruction of freedom for a million helpless people every year.
- No, Mr. President, killing our children does not cease to be killing our children no matter how many times you call it a private family matter. Call it what you will, they are dead, and we have killed them. And you, Mr. President, would keep the killing legal.
Some of us wept with joy over the inauguration of the first African-American President. We will pray for you. And may God grant that there arises in your heart an amazed and happy reverence for the beginning of every human life.
[HT: James Grant]