Monday, April 23, President Obama spoke at the National Holocaust Museum to honor the victims who were slaughtered at the hands of Nazi Germany before and during World War II.
In his address, Obama stated that "we are haunted by the atrocities we did not stop," so many years ago.
Obama spoke about the “madness” of mass atrocities being rooted in hatred. He then stated that the challenge of preventing such global atrocities “will never be done.”
While he spoke of and defended his actions to prevent the killings of innocents abroad, Obama intentionally ignored the massacre of millions of innocent Americans taking place in his own country.
Working to prevent the slaying of innocent people anywhere in the world is to be commended. To implicitly ignore and even sanction the killing of millions of innocent, unborn children is ghastly, but is exactly what the president is guilty of doing.
Abortion has become so commonplace in our society that people have forgotten, and now deny, what abortion truly does. Abortion ends the Life of a human being. That child has been denied humanity by society.
Being denied the right to live because a group of individuals deems you unworthy, unviable, or un-human is more than an atrocity, it is a holocaust.
There is a reason the United States and the world commemorates the victims of the Jewish Holocaust: to remember a period when the humanity of a set of individuals was denied -- so that we may never repeat that denial.
Nearly 67 years have passed since the end of World War II, the fall of Nazi Germany, and the liberation of the Jews from the death camps. How long will it take for this nation and the world to acknowledge that they have done more than just “terminate a pregnancy,” but have actively participated in the genocide of American children?
We are already haunted by the atrocities of the abortions we did not stop.
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The number of groups and citizens opposed to Senate Bill 303 continues to gain ground.
- National Right to Life urges Texans to oppose Senate Bill 303
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Take action to protect Texas patients.
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Texas Attorney General accepts the "Defender of Life Award" at the Montgomery County Right to Life 2013 Dinner For Life.
- Hostile Orders
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- SB303: Long on process; short on patient protections
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Here is a chart comparing the proposed reforms of the Texas Advanced Directive Law, to real, effective reform.
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- Dr. Elizabeth Wickham, President of LifeTree, Comments on Texas SB 303
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Medical professionals will testify before the House State Affairs Committee offering support of the Texas Preborn Pain Bill.