Saturday, April 3, 2010

Abortion death toll in Kansas drops, but nearly 10,000 still die


I guess I should be happy that less babies died in my state in 2009 than any of the previous 20 years?

According to reported figures, the 9,472 abortions in 2009 were the lowest reported number since 1990. There were 1,171, or about 11 percent, fewer abortions last year than the year before, the largest one-year decline in more than a decade. This is largely because George Tiller was murdered and therefore could not "practice".

Abortion numbers declining is a good thing, but I find the reminder that approximately 200,000 babies have been put to death in Kansas since 1990 staggering and shocking.

And to think, we're a small state with relatively low abortion numbers. God help us all.

3 comments:

Swilliams said...

Well maybe now that the good social justice Catholic Governor is gone there will be less innocent blood shed. Oh wait, she was just given ultimate authority over health care for everyone in the US. Bring on the death panels, Kathleen.

Woody Woodward said...

And our current spineless baby killing governor is racking up his own bloody toll. I lost all respect for Senator Sam Brownback when, only for political expediency, he voted for Kathleen Sabotaged Sebelius nomination, so he would have a cheap shot at the Kansas governorship. So he sends her on to Washington and we watch our nations horrible killings increase.

Rick Calohan said...

Well, we can presume where the vast majority of these abortions were performed at until last year.

As for the political leaders who are now in power, well that is what you get when put your personal economics over human life; In a two party political system and you find it difficult who to vote for on the issue of life, then you are robbing rich in hopes of getting their money, and your robbing the lives of the unborn.

While disappointed at Brownback in the Kitty Kat nomination process, it is customary to introduce and support someone from your home state before the Senate. Maybe the disappointment should be at Kansas who voted for Kitty Kat instead of Brownback.

In the age of Obama, Socialism, and Infanticide let us always remember:

Romans 8: 28 And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.