Horton on Abortion, by C. Headrick

Everything you need to know about abortion is found in Dr. Suess’ Horton Hears a Who!  “A person’s a person no matter how small.”  Pregnancy is a gift from God no matter how it occurs, although it may not feel that way at the time.  Up until the day of birth, the growing life inside is a baby, it’s just very small.  The mainstream media can regurgitate that the growing life is a woman’s choice, that it is just a fetus, that it is just a mass of tissues.  But that won’t change the fact that it is a growing baby and that it all started at conception.  It is a small person from the beginning.  It doesn’t miraculously turn into a baby at 6 months, 7 months or 8 months or when it can survive outside of the womb.  We all know that a baby cannot survive on its’ own for years. 

In Illinois, the Born Alive Infant Protection Act was introduced to give medical care to babies born alive.  Aborted babies were surviving but were left on metal counters and trash heaps to die IN AMERICAN HOSPITALS.  One senator, in particular, voted no to medical care.  He debated that this bill was just a way of getting around Roe vs. Wade.  Can you imagine anyone so callous as voting against medical care to living, breathing babies?  That would be our president, Barack Obama as an Illinois senator.  Unless Americans vote him out, he and his like-minded minions will have control over all of our medical care.

Another quote in Horton Hears a Who is, ‘I meant what I said and I said what I meant.”  We all need to grow a backbone like the Horton character.  A person’s a person no matter how small.  Abortion has no place in America.

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2 Responses to Horton on Abortion, by C. Headrick

  1. Working American says:

    Very well said.

  2. Grand Poobah says:

    Well said!

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