We have come a long way since January 22, 1973...since Roe v Wade...haven't we?
The article said the babies were "potential persons"...not in the womb but 'after' they were born. So, if I decide I don't want my baby, after it is born, let's say I changed my mind...for whatever reason...I can murder my baby. What is the time limit? I have never quite understood how abortion...murder...is any different than murdering at anytime in a person's development. Whether it is when the child is 2 and is experiencing "the terrible twos" and you decide you have had enough, or when the child becomes a teenager...can anyone tell me what is the difference? You see there is no difference. Murder is murder. All you have to do is open that door to sin and depravity just a little and there are no boundaries. We set the ball in motion over 39 years ago. We removed the boundaries. Where will we be in another 39 years? With over 50 million abortions...murders... performed since 1973 I think it would be safe to say we have disobeyed one commandment over 50 million times...at least...
"You shall not murder." Exodus 20:13