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In America during the 1920s, abortion was considered by the medical establishment, and Americans in general, as ``a criminal venture'' according to author Mary Meechan. In the 1940's, abortion, as practiced by Nazi ``doctors,'' was judged a war crime. In 1973 the U.S. Supreme Court conducted a clinic in judicial activism and delivered its Roe v. Wade decision, claiming the unborn child is disposable property. Nowhere in the U.S. Constitution does it authorize the killing of the incontestably innocent. Their ruling launched America's second civil war.
As our nation's longest and deadliest, this ongoing 27-year war has a casualty count of nearly 40 million unborn Americans. In addition, countless women, no longer bound by the moral chains of protecting their unborn child, became victims of Planned Parenthood's lies and suffered from emotional trauma resulting from their ``choice,'' a euphemism for government-sanctioned murder.
On Oct. 21, Sen. Ted Stevens voted in favor of a measure to validate Roe v. Wade. He signed on to this measure that states ``Roe v. Wade was an appropriate decision,'' that giving mothers the freedom to hire assassins (doctors) to execute their babies in utero ``secures an important constitutional right,'' and the Roe ``should not be overturned.''
Remember the 1996 election when Stevens encouraged Theresa Obermeyer to seek professional help? It is Stevens' pro-choice ``ethics'' that render him unfit for public office, escalate the war on the womb, and are an excellent reason why he should seek professional help.