If you had any doubts about MSNBC’s disdain for the right to life, doubt no more:
Yes ma’am, there are lots of democrats who are opposed to abortion (please don’t call them rights), and many other groups besides democrats as well.
Similarly, there were numerous religious denominations represented at the March for Life on Monday, besides Catholics and Evangelicals: Jews, Anglicans, Lutherans, Byzantines, the list goes on.
It was impressive to see the huge number of teens, college students, young kids, men, women, and families present at the March for Life, as well as the elderly people out there braving the cold and rain with the rest of the crowd. Over 200,000 people passed the Supreme Court building and in front of a small group of abortion activists (I counted 25 of them).
As women from Silent No More gave their testimonies in front of the Supreme Court, the pro-choice banners started to disappear. Those who stuck around (a few did) heard heart wrenching stories that will make them think twice before approaching an abortion clinic or suggesting one to one of their friends. If People were wiping their eyes, it was not because of the rain.
And the happy news that MSNBC forgot to mention (although their report did mention a lot of positive things as far as we, pro-lifers, are concerned) is this — the YOUTH, not just politicians or news networks, are the main indicator of the changing trend, in favor or the right to life:
The tides are definitely turning, and we’re not done yet. As one of the congressman put it yesterday, let’s come back to DC next year for the Victory March!
How do you talk sense to teens on abortion? Ask a teen.
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I was present Yesterday in the March for Life in DC and that was one of the most wonderful experiences of my life.
It was great to see families, young people, elders marching together, under rain and cold, marching with joy for the TRUTH and GOOD.
One of the highlights was when I was in front of the US Supreme Court and a young lady (probably 15 or 16 years old) knelt down before the building on the wet ground (it was pouring rain), touched the first step with her hands and started praying during 5 minutes in the midst of the confusion and noise of the crowd. Then she stood up with a smile and walked away into the multitude. I did not see her anymore, but she left a great testimony of faith and hope in our hearts!
I finish here with a quote that I saw in one of the hundreds of banners in DC:
“I’ve noticed that everyone who is for abortion has already been born” Ronald Reagan
Good old Ronny! He was our first pro-life president. We owe him a lot!
Do not forget George Washington!!! 🙂
This should be a whole new post……
My interview with George Washington coming up tomorrow, by request!