Opinion: Roe v. Wade is not a religious decision, says West Potsdam man
To the Editor:
The indignation and outrage of people who think that taking the life of an unborn child should be their "right" is walking a thin line of, who lives or who dies. As well as who gets to decide.Letters recently submitted to NCN accuse the Justices of a religious bias when making their ruling. Maybe. After all, life is a God given right. You may not agree but, it's the truth. Man has no right to decide life or death.
Being faced with an unwanted pregnancy is often referred to as "a girl being in trouble". When any situation has that kind of negative stress placed on a (usually) young person, you can bet that their decision may also be biased. Especially when they get counseled from pro-abortion activists. Heaven forbid that they are intitled to alternatives to an abortion. And of course, last but not least, what will friends, family, and the neighbors say. Oh my!
Time to get real. The laws enacted in the 70s were thought to assist with medical problems. But Planned Parenthood, in my opinion, has promoted it to a method of birth control. And with the recent 35 million dollar subsidy for abortion clinics by NY's Governor, I contend that it will be used for marketing abortion services. "Abortion for All" might seem like a tourism campaign slogan. Do you really want that for New York?
This week's ruling was a testament to the Power of Prayer. The Bible tells us that God answers prayer in His time. This one took a while. I am in agreement with the comment saying "we are going backwards".
Thank God for that.