Friday, March 3, 2006
The End of Abortion in Mississippi

The Day is coming when abortion will end! Following South Dakota, Missisippi has introduced a bill in its legislature that will ban virtually all abortions in the state. The only exception is for the life of mother. Governor Barbour of Mississippi has said that although the bill doesn't include exceptions for incest and rape, he will sign it:

"It hasn't gotten to my desk yet. When one gets there, we'll find out, and I suspect I'll sign it."
Update: The Legislature has added exceptions in cases of rape and incest. Although the Catholic Church does not approve of any exceptions because all life is sacred, I do hope this will become law. We need to limit and outlaw abortions - children deserve life.

This is wonderful news. The day is coming when all abortions will be illegal. I have a dream that one day this holocaust of the innocent might end and we will all sit down at the table of brotherhood. Since 1973, over 46 million unborn children have been murdered in the name of privacy and choice. It's time for our society in the twenty-first century to change this. The time has arrived. Let us pray, pray, and pray. Let us also support Gov. Barbour and hope that this bill and the similar measure in South Dakota will become law and survive the courts.

Missouri, the third state, has proposed a measure that would ban abortions with the same exception. This measure however, would be placed before the voters in November and decided upon by them.

Sen. Jason Crowell, the measure's sponsor, said: "The time has come for us to outlaw abortion. The time has come for these decisions to be made in these deliberative bodies, not by nine men and women who wear black robes."

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