Roe vs. Wade Is Within Reach Of Being Overturned In the Next Few Years

By: Curtis Ophoven 0 Comments   7/7/2011

For the last several years, public support for abortion has dropped significantly. Last year several states removed taxpayer funding for the largest providing of abortions in the nation, Planned Parenthood.

As a result, Minnesota Planned Parenthood will close six locations in August.

Texas has just become the seventh state to pass a bill to defund Planned Parenthood. The bill sends $47 million in tax funds to other organizations that provide medical services to poor women.

The days of abortion in America have been numbered ever since April 18th, 2007 when the Supreme Court voted to uphold the national ban on partial-birth abortion signed into law by President Bush in 2003.

All it will take is one case to make it to the Supreme Court to abolish the deadliest disease in the history of America. Since abortion became legal in 1973 with the Roe vs. Wage case, more than 48 million unborn children have perished - 1/7th of the current population.

Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is currently voting conservative on many issues, with 5-4 conservative justices. If an abortion case made it to the Supreme Court today, it is very likely that Roe vs. Wage would be overturned.

Liberal justice Bader Ginsburg, at 78 is the older justice, recently said that she is unlikely to retire until 2015. If a Republican president is elected in 2012, she is likely to be replaced with a conservative justice, which would all but cement the Courts decisions to rule against abortion under almost any circumstance. The legal team is likely to show that the many advances in medical treatment have resulted in rarely any circumstance where a woman’s life is in danger because of her unborn child.

The Time Is Now

From a lack of public support to a loss of funding to a conservative supreme court, the stage is set and within a few years America could once again become a moral leader banning the unnecessary killing of unborn children, as supported by our Constitutional provision that "all man are created equal and have the right to LIFE, liberty and pursuit of happiness"

Abortion is not liberation as it has been taught, but slavery to the cultural pressure to abort a child. The legal protection of an unborn child will free woman from the burden of their friends and family to have an abortion. Freedom is in accepting that life is not something we create but in God's hand. When our laws reflect God as the creator, we free ourselves from the burden of putting life in our hands.

Praise God that our nation is turning from our sin and putting our trust in God.

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