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August 06, 2014

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Kevin O'Neil

I agree.

In Birmingham, England, a clinic has just opened at which, for the price of £300, you can not only purchase a baby but you can choose his/her characteristics, such as ethnicity, eye colour, hair, skin, etc. Nasty? It gets worse.

The clinic has the specific purpose of facilitating single women who want a child but not a relationship with a man. Bad? It doesn't end there.

It also serves lesbian couples who want a baby.

These children are condemned to growing up void of a father and with the knowledge that they are items that have been purchased, not to mention that such homes are unhealthy and unnatural.

This is child abuse.

Debbie

Kevin, it is amazing where things are going. As Dr. Ben Carson noted, we called people heathens in the Bible for sacrificing their children to the various gods, yet here we are today, sacrificing children for convenience.

Kevin O'Neil

16TH CENTURY: What a piece of work is a man, how noble in reason, how
infinite in faculties, in form and moving how express and admirable, in action how like an angel, in apprehension how like a god! the beauty of the world, the paragon of animals.

20TH CENTURY: After all, what is an individual?

Debbie

Exactly Kevin.


Jonny

Excellent summation to the article Kevin.

Skunk

We definitely need more "NO!"s being said, especially to the Left.

Grouch at Right Truth

Promoting and participating in abortion is horrific. I am also aggravated by the masses that are content to stand by and not take a stand. "Oh, well, it's none of my business. It's a woman's RIGHT to choose. I have no right to judge."

HOGWASH! I feel the judgement of God regarding this matter will be most severe, as the souls of those who were never allowed to be born watch their murderers cast into the lake of fire. Those content to just watch while this happened will be just as guilty as those committing the act. The onlookers need to be vigorously and emphatically saying "NO!"

Judgement day will be a terrible day, and it is coming.

Debbie

Excellent point sweet Grouch.

As you have pointed in other places, people get all upset about other things, most times things that really don't matter in the grand scheme of things, but when it is the murder of unborn humans, suddenly it's not their place to 'judge'. Well judgment comes for all of us eventually.

It won't be pretty.


McCloud

Well said!

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