WURTZ: God sent problem-solvers, Supreme Court authorized their executionPosted by Tom Wurtz on January 22, 2015
On January 22, a scary group of Americans will “celebrate” the 1973 controversial Roe v. Wade abortion decision. After 42 years of this Holocaust-activity, approximately 57 million babies have been assassinated by their mothers. The idea that Americans “celebrate” the murder of a child confirms that evil lives among us.
Evil has been at war with Judeo-Christian values since the beginning of time. Evil has rewired the brains of gullible Americans to believe that it’s noble to murder their babies. America has lost future freedom-fighters, doctors, nurses, teachers, inventors, entrepreneurs, dreamers, problem-solvers, scientists, engineers, etc. Evil realized it did not need to invade America to inflict such casualties. It could convince America’s useful idiots to murder her own talent.
About 25 years ago, I listened to an emotional sermon on the evils of abortion. It still resonates with me today.
The story involves a man who died and meets God. The man was quite frustrated with his experience on Earth and thought it was a good idea to challenge God’s compassion. Maybe he was an atheist, Communist or a progressive, but he definitely was not a thinker.
The man lectured God about all the horrific problems that plagued mankind. He complained about war, disease, hunger, poverty, Michael Moore, corruption, crime, MSNBC and all kinds of abuses. He really blasted God because I think he knew that this was probably going be his last chance to speak to Him directly.
He called God every nasty name in the atheist playbook. He finished by shouting, “If You are a merciful God, how can You allow such suffering to occur?” God just listened to his rantings. When the southbound man finished, God stared at him with His eternal damnation eyes and said, “Damien, you are wrong! I sent mankind problem-solvers to eliminate all the pain and suffering in the world. Your ilk chose to murder them before they could take their first breath. The world’s pain and suffering is on your hands, not Mine!”
OUCH! That sermon struck an emotional chord with me and opened my mind that evil really does exist. Sometimes it’s even sitting in the same pew.
Currently, the U.S. House is proposing the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, H.R. 36, making abortions illegal after 20 weeks of pregnancy. The CBO claims, “Depending on the number of additional births under H.R. 36, such Medicaid costs could range from about $100 million over the next 10 years to nearly $500 million over that period.”
Is being born now primarily a financial decision? Why would anyone be surprised that government death panels will use financial data to determine if the unborn should be born or if the elderly should live or die? How creepy does that sound?
In contrast, did you know that the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act states that anyone who disturbs an eagles nest or eggs could be fined $5,000 and sent to jail for one year? Unborn eagles are protected by law. The murder of unborn Americans is protected by law as well. What’s happened to us?
Proponents of abortion scream that abortion and capital punishment is the same. I disagree. I dislike abortion and like capital punishment. Is that hypocritical? Not at all!
Think of it this way. Name one food you like and one food you dislike. Let’s say you like pizza and hate oysters and I call you a hypocrite for not liking all foods. The principles of “like” and “dislike” apply to murder as it does to food.
I “like” murder when convicted murderers are held accountable for their actions and I “dislike” murder when an unborn child is slaughtered. I believe it’s evil to murder my unborn grandchild and it’s justice to execute a mass-murderer like Charles Manson. Do you think they’re different?
What if abortion was legal in the 1700s? Would America even exist if George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Thomas Paine and many of our patriots had been aborted?
As this political campaign session gears up, I urge you to support candidates who defend the rights of America’s unborn future heroes. They’re counting on us to defend their American rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Who knows, maybe the baby that’s saved will find a cure for cancer or be the next George Washington.
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