Abortion must be stopped

Why are innocent young being murdered every day in the United States?
On Jan. 23, 1973, murder of the innocent was declared to be legal.
Humanity -- people who were created in the image of God -- were now expendable, suitable for sacrifice if required.
Our government has been supporting abortion since 1973 and using our taxes to do it, even though most taxpayers are against it.
Planned Parenthood and other companies that murder the innocent have been given enormous amounts of our money to perform this sacrifice.
Now our President Obama pretends to be concerned about the children in the schools and wants to disarm Americans and do away with our constitutional amendment that protect us from this same government.
This can happen, because most Americans have never been taught about the history of our country and its founding documents -- the Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence.
It is not too late to read them and demand our government at all levels obey them.
Our rights and protections were given by almighty God and not by man.

That is why American has been and is free.

Abortion must be stopped.

Carol Gregor, Newnan


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