Abortion – A Political or Moral Issue?

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Recently, there were several letters pointing out the fact that a particular Presidential candidate supports abortion. Now don’t get me wrong, I don’t support Obama, or McCain (as they are both members of The Council on Foreign Relations, the architects of the North American Union), and I think abortion is a disgusting practice, however, it is not my job, or anyone else’s for that matter, to judge, or to force morality on others. That is, to steal a quote, “above my pay grade.”

Most of these letters come from Catholics, who probably lay awake in bed, losing sleep at night thinking of how many people out there aren’t as righteous as they are. They take the moral high ground saying that the only way is the Catholic Church’s way, but really, how moral has the Vatican been over the centuries, hmm?

The Universal Church didn’t get its official start until Emperor Constantine convened the Council of Nicaea, in the year 325 A.D. It was during this meeting that the politically motivated “Christian” doctrines were established, and thus began a long history of “Christian” bloodshed, and spiritual fraud.

The fact is, that Jesus abolished Catholicism before it even began when stating that his kingdom was no part of this world - one of his most profound and important statements. And one widely ignored by Christendom’s religious and political rulers past and present. – John 18:36

For the next 1600 years the Vatican maintained a political stranglehold on all of Europe, leading to such joyous periods as the Dark Ages, along with enlightening events such as the Crusades, and the Inquisition.

Let us not forget World Wars I and II when Catholic Priests and Cardinals blessed the war machines and troops on both sides of the conflict, telling their parishioners to kill their Catholic brothers of other nations. Many are the pictures of Bishops and Cardinals with their arms outstretched in the Hail Hitler.

More recently, homosexual pedophilia among Catholic Priests has come to light.

This is why religion is kept out of government in this country. People are going to do what they want to do, no matter if it is made illegal or not. If a procedure is against the law here, people will go to another country to have it done.

Let’s say for the sake of argument that Roe vs. Wade is overturned, what happens to all those babies? I have the solution! Another department, we’ll call it: The Bureau of Unwanted Babies. Let’s have all the Pro-Lifers sign up on a registry and every time an unwanted child is born we drop one on their doorstep. I bet they would beg for government assistance (taxpayer dollars) to help raise them. Now you see how entangled things could get. Be careful what you wish for.

This is a moral issue, among a great many issues, that the federal government should keep its big nose out of, for only God is the True Judge, and His decisions will always be genuinely fair and just. Each person will be judged as an individual by Him, not us, as we are incapable of being fair, just, or good judges.

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Submitted by travisstrickland1 on Wed, 09/24/2008 - 11:40pm.

Unfortunately, even a non-act by the federal government is an act, especially in the case of such a contentious issue. To not take action is an action of the government. This non-action is made an even greater action by the fact that so many feel so strongly about this issue. The current situation is a great example of this point. The federal government (the supreme court) has ruled that abortion is, almost, universally legal. This is the same thing as the federal government not saying anything…again, almost.

State governments can be just as repressive as the fed barring universal freedom to move between states. So, in my opinion, the fed staying out of issues like these doesn't keep government out of these issues. I think a lot of criticism aimed at the government should be aimed at our fellow citizens. We praise our style of government in comparison to the rest of the world, but we're not willing to blame the citizens of this country when it sucks. If we, the royal we, don't want government in these issues, then we should vote that way, but that doesn't happen.

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Submitted by DarthDubious on Wed, 10/15/2008 - 4:35pm.

What I'm saying in this piece is that there is way to much intrusion by the federal government into our daily lives.
We must as citizens begin to demand that Washington follow the Constitution as written, not as interpreted by the Supreme Court. The Constitution is not open to interpretation, there is no need, for it is written in English.
The U.S. government is way too big, and everything it involves itself in turns to dung.

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