Today I’m going to piggy back off of a popular blogger, Matt Walsh, who wrote something yesterday (http://themattwalshblog.com/2013/11/06/kids-react-to-abortion) that eerily echoed a post I wrote months ago but never published out of a fear of something, backlash maybe? Personal pride? A fear of people coming against me with negative comments? I’m not sure, but I guess I’m over it. My belief in the sickening injustice of what we do to the unborn of our land strongly overcomes any personal pride or agenda I may seek to maintain at this point.
In our current economic climate I think we often forget that the most productive thing we can do for our leaders is not to condemn them, or rip them apart, or sneer or jeer or use whatever form of communication we are most adept at getting our point of disgust across with, but instead if we used the simple action of prayer, reaching out to a higher power than that of our leaders and beseeching HIS intervention upon our land we may actually have the wonderment of seeing some mountains begin to move. This being said, this post is not necessarily political in nature but it is about a social problem that has become highly political for many, including myself. As most are aware, my heart breaks over the abortion issue. I do not, in ANY circumstance, condone this practice, not even in the event that a woman is raped. Rape or molestation is a horrible crime against anyone but you do not lessen the brutality of one crime by glossing it over with another.