|Who will cry for the unborn?|
|Local Content - Letters to the Editor|
|Written by production|
|Wednesday, 02 January 2013 16:03|
The United States re-elected Barack Obama as the world’s most powerful leader of the world’s most powerful nation.
Why was he pictured in most newspapers across the world and television newscasts as he rightfully should have as a leader, in such grief, pain, sorrow and humiliation, tears welling in his eyes in great agony and sadness a day or two after the senseless killings in Newtown, Connecticut?
A sad, senseless vicious killer having destroyed the lives of so many innocent little angels in a matter of only minutes. Their precious little lives and breath taken from them forever. Adding to all this is the heartbreak of mothers who brought these little angels into this world with great pain in childbirth. Fathers and uncles, friends and relatives, their dreams so painfully snatched from them in a heartbeat. Dreaming of one day seeing these beautiful children grow into men and women, and now the moment has come that they are gone forever. But, they are not gone from their hearts, hearts that will bleed in despair and agony for a lifetime to come, and probably never to be healed again.
So in closing is my question. Who will be pictured in the newspapers and television, magazines etc. grieving for those who will lose their precious lives, that will die through abortion under Barack Obama’s leadership for the next term as president of the United States of America?
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