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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Freedom of Choice Act

The FOCA is the next sad chapter in the book of abortion. If made a law, virtually all limitations on abortion will be lifted, which will result in the following:

1) All hospitals, including Catholic hospitals would be required to perform abortions upon request. If this were to happen, some U.S. Bishops have indicated they would consider closing down Catholic hospitals - more then 30% of all hospitals in the United States are Catholic - rather than perform abortions.

2) Partial birth abortions would be legal and have no limitations.
3) All U.S. tax payers would be funding abortions.

4) Parental notification will no longer be required.
5) The number of abortions could increase by as much as 100,000 annually. Perhaps most importantly the government will now have control in the issue of abortion. This could result in a future amendment that would force women by law to have abortions in certain situations (rape, down syndrome babies, etc) and could even regulate how many children a woman is allowed to have.

Needless to say this information is disturbing, but sadly true. As Catholics, as Christians, as anyone who is against the needless killing of innocent children, we must stand as one.. We must stop this horrific act before it becomes a law.
Remember that with God all things are possible and the power of prayer is undeniable.
If you are against the senseless killing of defenseless children then the time is now to do something about it!
Click Here to see a legal analysis of the Freedom of Choice act. It is clearly written and makes sense of the bill and its repercussions.

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