"And for the next four and a half hours, I felt my son thrash around violently while he was being choked, poisoned, burned and suffocated to death. I didn't know any of that was going to happen. And I remember talking to him and I remember telling him I didn't want to do this, and I wished he could live and that his mommy loved him and that I was sorry. I prayed that he understood and that someday, he would learn to forgive me, if he could! And yet he was dying and there was nothing I could do to save him. I remember my son's very last kick. He had no strength left to fight." (From a letter by the Ohio Right To Life Society)

The thoughts of a mother as she experiences the brutal and gruesome saline abortion of her son can only begin to show the agony of abortion. This mother was having second thoughts, but she was helpless to stop the killing. The anguish she must have felt was tremendous. But can you imagine the pain that her son was going through? He was literally being scalded to death. This letter from the Ohio Right To Life Society continues, "In a saline abortion, a concentrated salt solution is injected into the sac of fluid that surrounds and protects the baby. The mother can feel the baby thrash about for hours as the corrosive salt poisons and burns the baby alive, inside and out. The mother actually goes into labor and delivers a dead or dying baby."

In America today we, as Christians, wring our hands and shake our heads and agonize over the violence we see on television, on our streets and in our schools. Yet, the violence in these places is NOTHING compared to the violence that goes on day after day in the hundreds of abortion clinics all across America. You and I have not only accepted this violence as a way of life (or death for the baby) but we sit idly by and watch the President of the United States FIGHT to make abortion available to everyone (including children) and to be paid for and supported by the tax dollars WE send to Washington.

Is it any wonder that so many people in our nation consider life to be cheap. Why would we expect that the life of a teacher who is shot and killed in her classroom to be more valuable than that of a helpless baby in the "safety" of his mother's womb. Why is it a crime for a person to shoot and kill an abortionist as he leaves his abortion clinic and not a crime for that abortionist to kill eight, ten or more helpless babies each day? Was his life MORE VALUABLE than the babies that he killed that day? Now please don't misunderstand me! I do not advocate killing anyone