Dozens of Congressmen speak out against Roe v. Wade
Nearly two dozen pro-life lawmakers took to the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives to condemn the Supreme Court‚Äôs controversial decision in Roe v. Wade Wednesday, just one week before the 41st anniversary of the infamous ruling, which legalized abortion throughout America, reports LifeSiteNews.
Led by Rep. Chris Smith, R-NJ, 21 Republicans and a lone Democrat offered speeches commemorating the more than 55 million lives ended by abortion since 1973, urging Congress to pass stronger laws to protect the unborn, and calling on the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade.
Slamming what he described as the ‚Äúinfamous, reckless and inhumane abandonment of women and babies to abortionists‚ÄĚ by the Supreme Court, Smith argued that abortion supporters who celebrate Roe v. Wade are celebrating ‚Äú41 years of victims: dead babies, wounded women, shattered families.‚ÄĚ...
There are more Crisis Pregnancy Centers-- such as that run Birthright International and several other organizations as well--than there are abortion clinics. They are doing a good job. Considering the chemical means of abortion, even if Roe v. Wade in not overturned it will have less and less effect and importance in the future.