It’s a Matter of Life…Aren’t we ALL entitled to due process?

Our ‘Right to Life’ Lobbyist Anonymous speaks out……

 It’s A Matter of Life…”

This week, for the 65th time, Congress thwarted an attempt to vote on a bill that would provide medical care and treatment for babies who survived failed abortions — 63 times in the House and twice in the Senate. 

Abortion is capital punishment without due process. The preborn child is condemned to death WITH state approval, but WITHOUT the benefit of trial, judge, or jury. How long will we, a nation professing equal justice under the law, continue to tolerate this mockery of justice?



Categories: Right to Life, Uncategorized

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  1. Nice principles Brian.

    The Fed Gov is so messed up, we don’t even know the Constitution anymore. They should not be in healthcare, period.

    Dave

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    • Congress is not sure we should be a nation. There appears to be more globalists that want us all to be citizens of the world, or at least they are more vocal than the patriots that want the United States to be a sovereign nation.

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