Today marks the 34th anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision to legalize abortion-on-demand.
Incredibly, it is estimated that 45 million babies have been aborted in part by this tragic decision. And this may be under reported.
While many media polls trumpet the President's low poll numbers, being popular and doing the right thing are not necessary inclusive.
Thus,standing true to his pro-life convictions, President Bush weighed in by stating that, "America was founded on the principle that we are all endowed by our Creator with the right to life and that every individual has dignity and worth."
Bravo for the President.
Being pro-life assumes several premises. First, that you believe in personhood at the moment of conception; that all life is valuable-the disabled, terminally ill and
unwanted. Second, being pro-life gushes respect for the dignity and humanity of every person. Finally, being pro-life complements being pro-family.
Without human life, human families fail to exist.