Nena Arias | August 27, 2018
Why is it that in 45 years, since the ruling of Roe v. Wade, we have been unable or unwilling to reverse the horrendous ruling that is killing the unborn by the millions? Isn’t it a given that we are to protect all life from conception to the grave? Without that protection, you and I would not be here. Yet, as time progresses, the war against the unborn grows more aggressive and calloused and people just refuse to face the moral and scientific facts that we are killing human beings by the millions since abortion was “legalized” in January of 1973 in the United States. Why are unborn babies so threatening to many people? Why such virulent hatred toward them?
It was reported on Townhall.com that:
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) accused Republicans of paying only “lip service” to the pro-life movement on the Senate floor Thursday after Senate Republican leadership blocked his amendment to defund Planned Parenthood over concerns that it would be a “poison pill” that would prevent the appropriations package for Defense, Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education from passing.
“The dirty little secret is the Republican leadership is blocking my amendment,” Paul said, asking, “What is more important to these Republicans? Saving lives or spending money?” Senator Paul’s amendment did get a vote, however, his amendment failed in a 45-48 vote with a 60-vote threshold. Even though “Planned Parenthood ends the lives of 320,000 babies each year, that’s about 900 babies every day,” Paul emphasized in his speech. “Planned Parenthood received over 400 million dollars of taxpayer money, the government…tells us Planned Parenthood doesn’t spend the money on abortions, but everybody knows that the taxpayers are really cross-subsidizing Planned Parenthood’s abortion mills.”
If these blows aren’t hard enough, they just keep mounting up against the unborn. When it comes to the hideousness of abortion liberals clearly show the lives of the unborn mean absolutely nothing to them. Recently, Chelsea Clinton showed who she really is as she declared her advocation for women to have abortions because it is, in her opinion, financially advantageous for the economy. She said, “It is not a disconnect fact that American Women entering the labor force from 1970 to 2009 added $3.5 trillion dollars to our economy.” So, it’s about the money, right Chelsea?
As we can see, for Congress the issue of abortion is all about the money and Chelsea Clinton’s stance is also about the money. It is more than evident that for Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry, it is all about the money. Why have we become so evil to put money above human life? The sinfulness of lust and greed are the driving forces to snuff these defenseless victims. The innocent unborn are just the commodity to be traded for pleasure and monetary gain.
“For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evils. It is through this craving that some have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves with many pangs”. (1 Timothy 6:10).