Response to the article titled 'States sue over rule allowing clinicians to refuse abortions'


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To the Editor:

Our Declaration of Independence states that: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

The unalienable right to life is secured under the Declaration of Independence for all Americans. Still over 60 million innocent Americans have been murdered in the womb since Roe vs. Wade in 1973.

Death camps for babies are all over the country murdering over 3,000 babies a day affecting especially black Americans. They are in our neighborhoods as the Nazi concentration camps were during World War II. We are no different that the German people who knew but did nothing during the Holocaust.

Your article in the Pike County Courier refers to abortion as healthcare, which is ridiculous because someone dies every time.

Often people who do no have respect for the life of human beings are the same one talking about the urgency of saving the planet against climate change. It sounds so strange.

Of course, they deny that a baby in the womb is a human being. Well without abortions, they would come to term and be just like you and me.

An abortion does not kill a baby's spirit. He does not die spiritually, so it is an illusion to think that he disappears forever. All we do it destroy his time on earth to grow and to have a family.

In conclusion, I do not understand why you printed such an article in the Pike County Courier. What was the purpose when you see the tragedy that America is creating on its own people? After slavery, abortion is now another national sin that needs to be confronted.

Pierre Tardy

Milford



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