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The biggest mass killing in America is not in Las Vegas

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Once again, we have to deal with another shooting and the one in Las Vegas is the most tragic to date. I don’t want to be callous about the whole event, but if we are going to grieve over the loss of life at the open-air concert with country star Jason Alden; when are we going to grieve for the many who were aborted in the womb?

Background

Just last week U.S. District Court judge Tanya Walton Pratt, not only overturned Indiana’s abortion law that protected unborn babies who were diagnosed with genetic abnormalities, but you don’t have to give the aborted children a humane burial or cremation. Go ahead Indiana, and dump them like garbage. While I could point out that Pratt was appointed by then President Barack Obama, it would a be moot point because judges appointed by Republicans are just as guilty like Warren Earl Burger who served on our Supreme Court.

Thanks to the infamous 1973 Supreme Court Decision Roe Vs. Wade; the unborn child was declared not a person and technically the property of the mother. As such she can discarded the baby if she wishes to do so. Many did, and many were proud of that “choice” while others who made the same “choice” are grieving. Yet it is those of the proud and their enablers who have managed to “keep abortion legal” all this time. Could it be that some of these shooters realize that they could have be discarded as trash? Steven Paddock like some before him (but not all) took his own life once he committed his crime of mass murder. If that is the case, then it’s only logical. Yet our legal system chooses to be illogical about this and if there is anything progressives are absolute on, its abortion (i.e. child murder) and making this crime legal up until that baby can leave the womb. So much for “moral relativism” at least in this case.

Previously, I talked about a book by the late Anne Nicole Gaylor who co-founded the Freedom From Religion and was a passionate abortion advocate and enabler (she founded and ran the Wisconsin nonprofit Women’s Medical Fund to help low income women pay for their abortions), and later wrote the book “Abortion Is A Blessing.”

Abortion Is A Blessing

It is refreshing to have this forthright statement by a feminist who has been a leader in the abortion reform movement. . and for those who must debate the question. Their voices have not been heard in the abortion debates of recent years.

I also pointed out how feminists like Jill Filipovic and Ilyse Hogue admitting that abortion is about sexually empowering women. In spite of all the copulating they want to do, they don’t want to procreate if it’s not in “their cards.”

Remember that story about children with Down Syndrome disappearing from Iceland that CBS News did in August, 2017? The story admits that almost 100 percent of women in Iceland who received a positive test that their unborn child has Down Syndrome choose to end their pregnancy. Actress Patricia Heaton (and one of few dissenting voices in the entertainment industry) correctly pointed out in her tweet about the story; “”Iceland isn’t actually eliminating Down Syndrome. They’re just killing everybody that has it. Big difference.”

Patricia Heaton blasts CBS over report about Iceland’s Down syndrome abortion rates | Fox News

http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2017/08/15/patricia-heaton-blasts-cbs-over-abortion-report.htmlCBS reported Sunday that the majority of expecting mothers in the country or “close to 100 percent” who received a positive test for Down syndrome “terminated their pregnancy.”

“Many of the celebrities on the list are my friends, but when it comes to championing abortion, we go our separate ways,” she said. “In the Hollywood community, I’m the only one I know who says anything about it. I feel like I’m supposed to.”

Analysis

I guess Justice Pratt would not have a problem with this in America either. Yet the progressive bullies dare calls us patriots the Fascists when we stand up to their attempts to “fundamentally transform America.” Take a look in the mirror before you compare us to Adolf Hitler.

If abortion is a blessing, if less children with down syndrome is a blessing, then was this mass shooting in Las Vegas a blessing?

The Takeaway

To be logical, your answer must be Yes. As Spock said to his fallen prodigy Valeris (in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country) when she got caught; “You Have to Shoot. If you are logical, you have to shoot.” To paraphrase what Spock said next; What these Progressives want is irrelevant, and what they have chosen is at hand. When will we admit that the unborn baby is a Person, that needs to be protected as much as those Las Vegas concert attendees.

Proverbs 8:36 and 1 Corinthians 1:27

But those who fail to find me harm themselves; all who hate me love death.

But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong.

Indiana Judge Forbids Treating Aborted Babies Like Human Beings

http://thefederalist.com/2017/10/02/indiana-judge-forbids-treating-aborted-babies-like-human-beings/Within a legal system as hostile to unborn rights as is ours, pro-lifers have to eke out our victories where we can, and the proper disposal of abortion remains seems like a reasonable compromise. Such a measure does not even require pro-abortioners to concede anything about its legality—women would be perfectly free to undergo abortions for whatever reason they decide. Medical offices would merely be required to not dump the remains of abortion victims down the sink or in the garbage pail like old cigarette butts.

Someone who wants to be a voice for liberty and freedom. Telecom (Radio/TV) Pikes Peak Community College 1993-1998, BS Journalism, minor Political Science, Colorado State University-Pueblo 1999-2004

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