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Letter: Aborted babies the 'poorest of the poor'

By Tom and Pat Wallace, Worthington The Animal Welfare Act (AWA) protects many different species of wildlife and domesticated animals. If found in violation of the AWA, fines and/or imprisonment is possible. In contrast, babies awaiting birth hav...

By Tom and Pat Wallace, Worthington


The Animal Welfare Act (AWA) protects many different species of wildlife and domesticated animals. If found in violation of the AWA, fines and/or imprisonment is possible. In contrast, babies awaiting birth have no protection from abortion. Abortion is considered a right.

At the moment of conception, a human life begins. Regardless of whether the baby can survive outside the mother’s womb, it is nevertheless a developing human being.

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Babies at three to four weeks have beating hearts. At 20 weeks, they can hear their mother’s voice. How many beating hearts have been silenced? How many mother’s voices will never be heard because of an abortion?

The life of a baby, no matter what the stage of development, is at the very least as equally important as any life protected by the laws of the AWA.

The destroying of a baby’s life by abortion is called a right, but to abuse an animal is a crime. While helping newcomers have a better life, let’s not forget to help all babies have a life.

Aborted babies are the poorest of the poor and also the forgotten poor. Some of those aborted babies are dissected and have their tissue sold, and others are disposed of in a city garbage dump. The silence to all this is deafening.

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