On the anniversary of Roe v Wade, I came across a poignant post written by a 27 year old woman on just what this Supreme Court ruling really set in motion.
"...I thought of the more than 55 million lives that have been taken in the U.S. since 1973, and I became overwhelmed at the tragedy. Tragedy for the babies, their mothers, their fathers, families, and us.
Who is our nation missing? What price is our society paying for the ultimate deceit of abortion?
40 years ago today, seven men on the Supreme Court decided in favor of a case presented to them from a 27 year-old, unknown, post-abortive lawyer, Sarah Weddington. Today, this 27 year-old is writing to you as a survivor of that decision. The undeniable fact is that nearly a third of my generation is missing. We are missing brothers, sisters, cousins, friends, husbands and wives."
Oh Lord have mercy upon us. What have we done?
I admire all those thousands of people who will be part of the March for life in DC today, standing and walking in bitter cold and snow.