President George Bush – Sanctity of Human Life

I would draw your attention to what may be President Bush’s final Presidential Proclamation.  He has declare today National Sanctity of Human Life Day.  This proclamation can be read on:

Despite my complete opposition to torture, my near complete opposition to war in the present age, my opposition to the Patriot Act, and my hurting pocket book, this proclamation expresses the reason I have supported President Bush’s efforts in the area of human life.  I am fearful we will not hear our new president publicly support the sanctity of human life in this manner, nor appoint Supreme Court and other federal judges who know that Roe v. Wade was a judicial disaster and poorly reasoned.

The slaughter of the unborn is a national disgrace and sin.  The only reason it continues with such ease is because the unborn cannot speak.  And too many of us are silent also.

Regardless of your feelings about our outgoing president, please read his proclamation.

I thank him for speaking out in what may be his last act as president and for the efforts he did make to protect unborn human life.

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Moderator: Deacon Bob Yerhot of the Diocese of Winona, Minnesota.
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One Response to President George Bush – Sanctity of Human Life

  1. Becca says:

    Thank you for posting this. i am interested in reading Bush’s proclamation. Love!

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