As a pro-life activist in Greeley in the 1980s, a frequent pro-life contributor to the Tribune’s letters to the editor in those years and beyond, and a supporter of protecting all life from conception, I was delighted to be part of the Supreme The court’s decision to overturn the nation’s 50-year law declaring abortion a supposed constitutional right.
Abortion was the American equivalent of the Canaanite practice of sacrificing children to the fire of Molech in exchange for more wealth. It’s just another god that people sacrifice their children to: the god of self-reliance in exchange for better careers, financial security, comfort, and the lie of inconsequential sexual immorality.
“The lie”? Yes, given the consequences of 63 million unborn children killed since Roe v. Calf.
I have no illusions that the court’s ruling will have a major impact on the availability of abortion. Some states will ban abortion, others will fill the gap and, like Colorado, become an “abortion haven” and even pay the cost of having abortions performed there by others from other states.
But at least the nation’s highest court has finally acknowledged that Roe v. Wade was a tragic milestone in our country’s history.
Chuck Fisher, Evans
https://www.greeleytribune.com/2022/06/29/chuck-fisher-recognizing-a-tragic-landmark-in-our-history/ Acknowledging a tragic milestone in our history – Greeley Tribune