Jan. 22, 2013: Marking 40 years since Roe v. Wade

Pro-Life rally, noon today, U.S. District Court Building, 401 W. Washington St., Phoenix

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More than 55 million American babies have had their lives legally snuffed out since the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court travesty known as Roe v. Wade — when our nation’s highest court inexplicably ruled that state sanctioned slaughter of the most innocent was found in the previously unheard of right to privacy. Over the intervening years, tens of millions of pre-born human babies have been killed — residing in what ought to be the safest place on Earth — the sanctuary of their mother’s uterus.

Take the time to watch as image-maker Alexander Tsiaras shares a powerful medical visualization, showing human development from conception to birth.

Abortion on demand has taken a staggering toll on America. To this hedonistic whim of the left, we’ve lost more than 55 million of our sons, daughters and grandchildren — who should have been granted the Constitutional assurances of “Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness” rather than be subjected to a hideous and early death.


5 Responses to Jan. 22, 2013: Marking 40 years since Roe v. Wade

  1. MacBeth says:

    Thanks, SRAZ, for calling attention to this horror in America. This is what liberalism is all about. I read a post here sometime back about not using the trendy term “progressive,“ the left’s preferred description of themselves. It was right on target. If this murder of American babies is “progressive,” that tells the whole story. They are liberal (root word LIBERTINE, meaning devoid of most moral restraints) through and through. There is nothing progressive about abortion. Every time I hear so-called conservatives play the left’s word game, I get disgusted. Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity do it all the time. I’ve begun turning them off.

    These are dictionary examples of Libertines:


  2. Proudly ProLife says:

    I hope the rally and march generate a lot of support. Cathi Herrod of Center for Arizona Policy is the organizer. I suspect it won’t matter how many participants are in attendance, the leftwingers at the Arizona Republic and their twin deceivers at Channel 12, will give the march short shrift and underestimate the turnout.

  3. patriotmom says:

    I don’t believe the polls from CNN or any other liberal news agency- Americans do not overwhelmingly support abortion on demand. A January Gallup poll indicated that pro-choice numbers had declined from 47% to 41%- and now the media is trying to tell us a year later that the majority of Americans are pro-choice? As usual, it depends on who is running the poll. I’ll take Gallup over CNN any day.


  4. Rambling Rose says:

    The news coverage of this event was exactly what might be expected. They said “abortion foes march.”

    Barack Obama marked the day by issuing a statement reaffirming the Supreme Court decision’s commitment to “reproductive freedom” and the principle that “government should not intrude on our most private family matters, and women should be able to make their own choices about their bodies and their health care.”

    it should more accurately be called “death care.” And.”reproductive freedoms” are the right to use contraceptives, not engage in murder.As far as “their bodies,” every woman realizes their are two bodies at the point they are considering abortion. Both have a beating heart.