Every single day, a silent horror kills more Americans than were killed on 9/11. Every single year, this silent horror kills about as many Americans as have been killed on all the battlefields in all of the wars in U.S. history combined. This silent horror is called abortion, and it is a national disgrace.The following are 19 facts about abortion in America that should make you very sick....#1 There have been more than 53 million abortions performed in the United States since Roe v. Wade was decided back in 1973.#2 When you total up all forms of abortion, including those caused by the abortion drug RU 486, the grand total comes to more than a million abortions performed in the United States every single year. ...read more: http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/19-facts-about-abortion-in-america-that-should-make-you-very-sick
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
Churches do not preach against this as they ought. They need to take responisibility for the problem.501c3 and incorporated/registered churches are not to preach against the policies of the government, as per the agreement for them to be receipt giving "charities".Exponentially more babies are killed via birth control pills, and other contraceptive matters. Why is there not much more noise over that? People in the pews would never get an abortion, they would never need to, because they have silent abortions from pills that they they take. In America, you cannot vote Democrat or Republican, they are two sides of the same coin.In Canada, our Prime Minister has said the abortion "debate" will not be brought up for discussion. He is considered a godly and Christian man by some.
This is a horrendous reflection of the state of the hearts of humanity -- when they are willing to kill and throw away precious unborn babies MOSTLY because they simply don't want the responsibility. As for congregations:A nonprofit organization is not permitted to exist with tax exemption status as a means to influence "legislation." However, this has been successfully challenged in court when it comes down to the Constitutional-protected "practice" of religious faith. In other words, a minister can (*and SHOULD) speak out against grievances like this. It is akin to John the Baptist speaking out against King Herod breaking the law by taking his brother's wife.