Why have we not stopped abortion after 43 years?
Here is the case that is given.
IT'S NOT THE RIGHT TIME
if a child was being murdered in front of you would you hesitate to step in because it may not be "the right time?" Of course not! It is never the wrong time to do the right thing. 22 babies are dismembered and or decapitated in Indiana every day. All they have is you.
Where in the Constitution does it say that it is ok to kill human life? Do you know that the Supreme Court cannot make law? Do you know that the state of Indiana already has an existing code that says that life begins at conception? Why then are we not protecting it?
It makes no sense to kill a bill because you think the courts potentially
might kill it.
IT WILL RUIN ALL OUR HARD WORK
The real question is why do you need regulatory bills for abortion if it's outlawed? Any work that has been done to save children is great, but now it is time to save them all. It's not about keeping current laws in place, its about placing the protection needed to save all Hoosier babies!
THE ONLY WAY IS STEP BY STEP
Regulating abortion is just a pretty way of saying that you can commit murder, as long as you do it like this...
Some think by chipping away at abortion laws, we can eventually outlaw it. We believe that Roe v Wade was always unjust and by using regulation, you are complying with it.
22 children a day are begging us to demand more.