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On 911, We Mourn The Loss Of 3,000 Innocent Lives 8 Years Ago. Let's Not Forget The Other 50 Million
Like so many other Americans today, I am remembering 911 and the tragic loss of life on that fateful day 8 years ago. 3,000 people. Smashed. Burned. Splattered on the pavement when forced to jump from a firestorm. Pulverized in Pennsylvania. Who knows how many were butchered on the airplanes with boxcutters and improvised tools. On the order of an hour, 3,000 Americans had their lives snuffed out.
The entire country shuttered and wept at the senseless loss. But an even greater tragedy should be remembered also. Not just on this day but always. It should be remembered that 50 million babies have lost their lives since the Roe v Wade SCOTUS decision that was nothing short of judicial fiat. Just to put that into perspective, that is equivalent to 1,700 911 attacks. Not long ago, the World Wildlife Fund ran into a firestorm of controversy when an ad it approved went viral on the internet (World Wildlife Fund Ad Exploits 9/11 Terror Attack - Part 2: The Video):
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