Nothing says “I love dead babies” more than a coat hanger pendant necklace. You can receive your own for the low, low price of a $10 donation (or more) to help more women murder their children. The D.C. Abortion Fund, a Washington, DC based 501(c)3 organization, is giving donors a coat hanger pendant necklace if they donate $10 or more in order to “help” women and girls (I’m sure they’ll seek parental consent) in DC, Maryland and Virginia who cannot afford the full cost of an abortion.
Their slogan is “Her Rights Shouldn’t Depend On Her Wallet.” I’d love for somebody to show me where the “right” to murder your unborn baby exists in the Constitution. I can’t find it. I do see the Declaration of Independence declare our inalienable right to life, and then we see in the 5th and 14th Amendments that life can not be taken away without due process. Just saying. The ultimate question is when “life” begins. Some believe it is at the moment of delivery as if babies in the womb don’t grow (living things grow), have a heart beat, kick, or feel pain. They do.
Others think “hey why stop at delivery?” God who is the author of life and the giver of our right to life said that He knitted us together in our mothers womb and that we are fearfully and wonderfully made! (Psalm 139:13-14). Life begins at conception, and if it life truly does begin at conception (which frankly medical evidence backs up) then there is no good reason for abortion to be legal.
I know the abortion industry likes using the hangar image to remind people of the “barbaric” times when you couldn’t kill your unborn child legally so women (and probably more often than not men pressuring women to “unburden” themselves) would go to a back alley abortionists.
So go ahead and donate and be loud and proud that you love dead babies because that is what you support when you support abortion. If you truly support “choice” then promote adoption. Here is a good place you can donate, and here is another one.
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