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Monday, March 5, 2012

Keeping Abortion Clinics Closed


This morning, Operation Rescue shared an article that the LA Times published.  The article is about an abortionist from Wichita named Mila Means who has attempted to open a new abortion clinic in Wichita, but has been unable to thanks to peaceful but persistent pro-life protesting. A few days ago, Shawn Carney of 40 Days for Life reported his return from celebrating the closing of two Planned Parenthood clinics in Iowa.

My thoughts? These abortion clinics are closing and new ones are not being opened. They are closing because people are doing something to make it happen. Are you willing to do what it takes to create a world that is abortion free? Sometimes all it can take is you making your opinion known to your peers.

We can make it happen if those who believe abortion is wrong say so and do something about it. I am not telling you to stand on your rooftop and yell it out, but I am telling you to not be silent or pull the "I'm personally pro-life, but . . ." argument.

How can we change hearts if we are silent or do not live by example?


Timmerie






4 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's very nice, but can we get someone to proofread these articles before they are posted?

I'd like to be able to share these without worrying about trolls using it to call us uneducated.

secularprolife.org said...

Grammar has been fixed; let me know if I missed something.

Marysia said...

Abortion clinics will close if we make comprehensive sex ed and free voluntary family planning methods universally available, promote male responsibility, prevent and heal violence against women, provide comprehensive maternal and child health and social welfare services, and ensure a living wage and adequate nutritious food, clothing and shelter for all.

Anonymous said...

Hey isn't that the state where an clinic doctor was shot and killed in a church?

That must be how pro-life activists keep them away.