Have you heard the story from down in Corpus Christi, Texas? If not, I will try and enlighten you.
A 14-year old girl is pregnant, and wants to keep her baby. Her choice, right? Well, her family wants her to get an abortion. They have assaulted her in their efforts to try and force her to have an abortion.
Right now, she has a restraining order against them, but that's only til January 19th when they go back to court. I can only pray that this judge rules in her favor. If this judge allows her family to force her into abortion, that completely throws out the "pro-choice" sides argument that it- abortion- is every woman's right to choose. This girl has chosen- she's chosen life.
Where is her choice?
Two links below to let you read more on this.
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Saturday, January 7, 2012
I realize I've not updated in a few months but I'm back with more to say. Although honestly, I always have something to say. I just don't always write.
As the title suggests, the concern for overpopulation is what I shall be briefly address. Now for starters, overpopulation is not even true, and I shall provide a link or two to prove it. But say it were true, why do we spend money trying to find ways of keeping people alive longer? Shouldn't we let them die? I mean, if overpopulation is true, we would let everyone die, no medical interference, no research trying to advance life spans.