Reader Opinion: Deafening silence
Over the past few weeks there could be heard across the nation the wailing and gnashing of teeth - Cecil the lion was dead. Destroyed by a big game hunter who had to go into hiding because of death threats. President Obama was Johnny on the sport...
Over the past few weeks there could be heard across the nation the wailing and gnashing of teeth - Cecil the lion was dead. Destroyed by a big game hunter who had to go into hiding because of death threats. President Obama was Johnny on the sport to respond to this issue but he seemed to have absolutely no concern for the young woman murdered in broad daylight by an illegal immigrant in the sanctuary city of San Francisco, once a beautiful city which now has turned into a tower of Babylon. Then came videos released showing the selling of baby parts by Planned Parenthood. Again, our president was absolutely silent. Why? Does he approve? Kathleen Parker's article Aug. 3 in the Dispatch included this little gem: "In final ironies in this theatre of the grotesque, Planned Parenthood doctors performing abortions often use sonograms so they can ensure that the imminently deceased baby's organs aren't damaged. Yet, Planned Parenthood has persistently fought "informed consent" laws requiring that women be shown their sonograms pre-abortion, arguing that abortion is hard enough without showing women what they are about to destroy. Some might call it disturbing." You think so? To actually show women the perfectly formed, tiny living baby with a beating heart and other working organs which will be destroyed because Planned Parenthood insists it is a woman's right to do and the the sooner the better so they can reap the profits from selling organs. Their explanation is, "Such a wealth of scientific knowledge to be gained from the selling of these baby parts." In the Nazi concentration camps Jews were murdered and dissected in order to see what made these people different from the "pure race." Those doctors were called butchers. History repeating itself? But, what difference does it make?