- The Washington Times - Monday, November 28, 2011

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

On Thanksgiving Day, Americans thanked God for having greatly blessed this nation and many of us as individuals. But if you were born after Jan. 22, 1973, you should thank your mother, too: You are here only because of her decision to give you life.

On that date, the Supreme Court made the Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions, which gave pregnant women the authority to have their unborn babies aborted at any time during pregnancy until viability. A pregnant woman now has authority and doesn’t need any justification for the abortion or oversight by a person or committee.

Fortunately for you, your mother chose life. She could have had you aborted instead. You should thank her for that today. And if you are involved with a pregnancy now or ever are in the future, remember to do what your mother did: Choose life.

ROBERT BOUDREAUX

Waldorf


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