This is a couple days old but still very important and amazing to see. We have to be careful on how happy we get about this vote, considering the feminist groups will be out in force to challenge it even if it does pass through in the elections. The vote will be to define when a life begins, and the best way to do this is to allow the people in the individual states to determine what they believe to be the truth. Feminists groups and the Left hate this because they know most of America believes that life begins at conception, and allowing the people to vote on it will only show that the government is taking the wrong stance on this issue. The battle will begin in November, but if it were to pass it will not end there.
People from every state in the union should be trying to get something like this on the ballot in their states, if for no other reason than to let the people in state government know that this is a state issue, not a federal issue. The Supreme Court has taken it upon themselves to make it a federal issue, but the people can take it back and we can win this battle over the killing of unborn babies in this nation.
I have written a lot about this topic over the past few years now, especially in my two books where I talk about it in great detail. We on the right who are pro-life need to make a stand against the Left and pro-choice fanatics that say it is the woman’s body and shoe should be able to decide when life begins. This is making the woman a God, in my opinion, something that no woman is or ever will be. If we stand for the killing of innocent children, where does it end? We must make our voices heard on this issue and stand with those in Mississippi and hope that they make the right decision for everyone. They can take a lead in this nation and stand up to the federal government and tell them they will make their own rules and there is nothing that can be done about it. It is about time the states took the lead in their own business, and not allow the federal government to run everything in our lives. read more »