Today in an interview in Albuquerque, New Mexico, President Obama made the following statement when asked about his view of abortion: ““This is where Bill Clinton had the right formulation a couple of decades ago, that abortion should be safe, legal and rare.”
Rare? What does that mean? Which child shall be denied life? How many should be allowed to be killed?
So, I did some homework to see for myself how rare an abortion is today. And you know what? It isn’t rare at all.
Doing a little simple numbers crunching, this is what the population growth looks like since 1973, along with the number or reported live births, and the number of reported abortions (click image to view larger):
That number in the little yellow box – 35% – is the percentile of the population from 1973 to 2003 in the United States that has never seen the light of day. One out of every three children.
Is that what you mean be ‘rare’ Mr. President?
Lifenews summarizes well the President’s record in creating ‘rare abortions’ during his first two years in office. The record is deplorable, as he has helped fast-track abortion funding not only in the healthcare bill, but oversees as well.
To know more about the generational genocide since Roe vs Wade, you can go to http://www.survivors.la/. You may want to support their efforts, if not financially, with your prayers.
You can help end abortion, too, by participating during these ‘40 Days for Life‘ of prayer and fasting.