From 1980 to 1988, there were 14 million deaths in the U.S. due to abortion.
Before the U.S./Iraq war began, there were an estimated 270 mass graves in Iraq.
It is estimated that those graves hold the bodies of 400,000 people.
In the U.S., our mass graves are found in the dumpsters behind Planned Parenthood. Millions of bodies have been disposed there.
In 2006, 846 U.S. soldiers died in Iraq. Thirty-four thousand Iraqi civilians died. One million, two-hundred fifty thousand babies were aborted in the U.S.
By 2010, the number of U.S. soldiers who died in Iraq had dropped to sixty. The number of Iraqi citizen fatalities dropped to twenty-four hundred. The number of abortion fatalities in the U.S. “dropped” to a mere one million, two-hundred thousand.
In the entire 242 year history of the United States of America, we have lost 1.3 million people to war.
We lose that many to abortion in a single year.
Interestingly, the incidence of civilian casualties in Iraq dropped dramatically with our intervention and the ouster of Saddam Hussein, one of the 20th century’s more prolific mass murderers.
In the U.S., Planned Parenthood is the most prolific agent of death. They are supported with taxpayer money at the insistence of one political party, which views abortion as morally just and a Constitutional right.
Even more, the former president required Catholics and other faith-based organizations to violate their conscience and provide abortifacients, sterilization, and contraception for free to their employees in their health care plans, a policy reversed by the current administration.
What is the price of inhumanity?
Inhumanity takes a tremendous toll on civilization. Often, the killing is done in the name of hate.
In the U.S., it is a little different. It is far worse. It is done in the name of apathy and greed, for Planned Parenthood makes billions on the little backs of their victims.
What is the price of inhumanity? Civilization decays, one life at a time.
What is the solution? That is simple: God. We must remember we were made in His image.
Anything else? Yes, we must elect pro-life politicians.
Let us leave you with a question. Which is worse: war or abortion?
Do the math.
[The way you answer this blogpost’s rhetorical question may be a function of your ‘creed.’ Iowans for LIFE, in conjunction with the Natural Journey Alliance, will explore three dominant creeds at our October 24th banquet, “A Clash of Creeds.” Tickets now on sale.]