Trump: Battling Child Abuse Includes Protecting Pre-born Babies From Abortion
A few days ago President Trump declared April National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and as he did so he included one group of children who are often overlooked among the abused: pre-born babies.
‚ÄúEvery child is a precious and unique gift who deserves the security of a loving and nurturing home,‚ÄĚ the president stated in his official declaration. ‚ÄúWhen supported by encouraging families and safe, strong communities, all children have the chance to reach their full potential and access the unlimited opportunities that our great nation has to offer. To realize this truth, we must dedicate ourselves to the noble cause of protecting and caring for our children.‚ÄĚ
Trump emphasized the importance of remembering ‚Äúthat all children are blessings from our Creator. They are endowed from conception with value, purpose, and human dignity. They are a source of unmatched joy, and they represent our nation‚Äôs...
Is there a verse from God's word that states a taxpayer should provide health care for others?
Now, read 1 Timothy 5:8; the liberal agenda wants to control the masses, including health care. So, they insist on 'universal' coverage, which will lead to determining who gets treated, and IF the treatment is 'necessary'.
Rather than push a liberal agenda, cry out to God for your soul. Your 'god' cannot save you, you must be 'born again'. Those who are display good fruit, and do not support Satanic agendas.
A case of postpartum abortion? Now this woman hasn't been to trial so we cannot really overly speculate about her alleged crimes. https://tinyurl.com/yavwunne But it is a crime as far as I'm concerned that anybody that is supposed to be anti-abortion isn't-- if they aren't pro-Universal Health Care also‚Ěó
Michael Stafford wrote: This makes it (or more properly, ought to make it) difficult to be both pro-life, and a supporter of the modern Republican Party.
First and foremost, Republican fiscal and economic policies would probably make abortion more prevalent by exacerbating its root causes. The GOP's desire to take a chainsaw to the social contract and reduce the deficit by eviscerating programs that serve the most vulnerable and powerless members of society - like WIC, a favourite target of Vice-Presidential candidate Paul Ryan - would put additional pressure on women already facing difficult choices. The GOP agenda would make motherhood tantamount to a life sentence in endemic poverty, with little support, for far too many women....
No, I have never voted for any Clinton or Trump ūüĎé
Jeff Jacoby wrote: Fifteen months later, [Now 21 months later ] is anyone still waiting for the 45th president of the United States to stop acting like a rowdy shock jock? Trump couldn‚Äôt metamorphose into a thoughtful and levelheaded statesman even if he wanted to. His words are so often obnoxious and juvenile because that is his nature: He is vulgar, boastful, combative, and mean-spirited. He thrives on picking fights, he shows little respect for truth or Constitutional norms, and he relishes the pandemonium his invective triggers....
... The presidency has never recovered from the depravity of the Clinton years. George W. Bush and Barack Obama were not personally corrupt or cruel, but the taint of the Clinton administration continued to hover over the White House. Those who were willing to ‚Äúnormalize‚ÄĚ Bill Clinton‚Äôs infamy have much to answer for. They established a terrible precedent, paving the way for another chief executive of malignant character and a brutal style....
Kat wrote: He‚Äôs right but if he truly felt that way then he‚Äôd stop giving half a billion dollars to PP every year. I‚Äôm so angry about this. That was one of his campaign promises and I feel like he‚Äôs broken it.
Yes, it seems obvious that Trump getting a budget passed surpassed his desire to save the lives of the helpless.
My tax dollars are still going to those who ‚Äúwill‚ÄĚ murder these innocent lives. I remember when Trump was running he said that abortion should be made illegal and punishable. The questioner asked him whether that meant the women undergoing an abortion should be punished. Like the immoral buffoon he is, Trump said yes. But, in the next couple of days he corrected that to say women should not be punished for obtaining an abortion. What he was basically saying was he didn‚Äôt need the abortionist‚Äôs vote, but needed the women who were murdering their childrens vote.
double-tongued marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another.
He‚Äôs right but if he truly felt that way then he‚Äôd stop giving half a billion dollars to PP every year. I‚Äôm so angry about this. That was one of his campaign promises and I feel like he‚Äôs broken it.
Matthew Loftus wrote: The pro-life movement has long recognized that a comprehensive approach to ending abortion is the only way forward. A ‚Äúculture of life‚ÄĚ has sociological, cultural, moral, and political dimensions and requires far more than overturning Roe v. Wade. It does little good if laws are passed but then immediately repealed or overturned in an environment hostile to life. And focusing solely on preventing abortion and supporting mothers, without any legal protections for the unborn, will still leave too many children vulnerable to murder. It is better to slowly foster a culture of life along with incremental laws that restrict abortion‚ÄĒrather than to spend all of our political capital on a move that might not pay off, and will only be walked back in subsequent years.