Abortion Clinic Violence Essay

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Speaking to the National Abortion Rights Action League, Hillary Clinton tallied up all the violence done by some off-balanced persons against abortion clinics and their employees. We agree that these actions are without justification: In ten years, seven lives have been taken. There have also been 38 bombings, 146 cases of arson, and 733 acts of vandalism. These total 924 incidents of abortion clinic violence, many tragic and all uncalled for.In those same ten years at the rate of one million, four hundred thousand annually, there have been fourteen million abortions in the United States. There have been fourteen million lives taken and nearly as many women and young girls deceived, wounded, and ...view middle of the document...

The abortion industry is hugely profitable and unlike real heath care, almost completely unregulated.Unlike the millions of defenseless children whose lives have taken in the womb, and the vulnerable women and young girls caught in crisis pregnancy, the abortion industry has obviously been able to protect itself fairly well from the few crackpots involved in abortion clinic violence. In addition, the abortion industry is coming more and more under the special favor and protection of federal and state courts, courts which are even willing to gut the sacrosanct First Amendment to provide "buffer zones" against non violent protesters, and to abuse laws like the RICO statues to stifle the abortion debate.On the other hand, the women who come to the clinics are often already under pressure from friends and relatives to abort their baby and they are then "counseled" by totally unregulated clinic personnel who stand to benefit financially from every abortion performed.To be truly Pro Life is to deplore the taking of human life. We abhor the small number of incidents of abortion clinic violence against clinics and their employees, and we abhor the 55 million acts of abortion clinic violence against children and women worldwide each year. Apparently, the fashionably "pro-choice" like our First Lady, are rightly disturbed by the former, all the while viewing the latter as a good thing.As Joseph Stalin said, "One death is a tragedy, one million deaths is just a statistic..."

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