Don’t be confused over pro-life agendas
Pro-life – what does that mean? It seems to mean a lot of things to a lot of different people.
Some think it means to be concerned for the poor.
Others think it means to do away with the death penalty. Others think it means to be civil with people at all times.
But when anyone active in the pro-life movement, including myself, uses the term, it means one thing, and one thing only, namely, anti-abortion.
We are against murdering a baby in its mother’s womb.
So, if anyone uses the term “pro-life,” but does not mean anti-abortion, please do not use that term, but rather coin your own phrase.
Much of the confusion was caused years ago by a cardinal in Chicago, whose name I am happy to forget. His concept of pro-life included many things, like the spiritual and corporal works of mercy and almost any good deed one can think of. This concept is called “the seamless garment.”
It did much to weaken the pro-life movement and caused much confusion.
Those who equate the abortion situation with doing away with the death penalty, consider this: Since Roe v. Wade, 50 to 60 million babies have been slaughtered. How many people on death row were put to death since Roe v. Wade?
Those who are in sympathy with the poor should research the abuses in the welfare system. One that I am familiar with is this: Women are encouraged to have many children. The more children they have, the more money they get. Often a woman will have three to five children to three to five different fathers.
The Democrats are not concerned whether their clients lose their souls or not. They are more interested in getting their votes and their children’s future votes. The more kids they have the more votes they will eventually get.
Richard A. Ruth