I hadn't planned on blogging today.

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I really hadn't.

I thought, I could write about how there are always as many people marching in today's March for Life as there were reported estimated on the national mall in Washington, D.C. for the new President's inauguration, but the press and the powers-that-be won't allow the same aerial photographs or "unofficial crowd estimates" for the March the way they did for the inauguration of the latest pro-abortion President.

The press and/or government, especially now, won't allow the photos to be taken from the air for the March for Life, and will never publish the photos that do exist showing the vastness of the March For Life throngs.

In 2006, I live-blogged how all the "big" news outlets printed their "big stories" on the March for Life, as early as an entire 9 hours before it even started.

Every year, we all report this. The press never listens. They want you to hear and see only what they want you to. And so, that's all you (think you) know.

But in the end, I thought I wouldn't blog even that, again.

I lost it at Mass this morning though.

My parish priest gave a homily about why our diocese asked them all to wear Lenten purple vestments today.

It was to mourn for the lost children, and to pray for them and the moms who made those "choices".

He spoke of our new President's reference to this nation going forward "with God's grace" in his inaugural speech, and yet he will likely sign the Freedom Of Choice Act (FOCA) as he said would be one of his first acts as President.

The priest spoke of how that would take our taxpayer dollars and use them for abortions, whether we like it or not.

How it would go farther than Roe v. Wade and/or Doe v. Bolton ever dreamed of, in making abortion a "national right," equal, ironically, to the "right to life," all while focusing our nation on the right to put to death the most vulnerable among us.

He spoke of how the focus in our nation is now on death, instead of on life.

On treating motherhood as a "hobby", not the sacred, valued role it really is.

On supporting organizations who support abortion, openly or otherwise.

He spoke of how FOCA will force Catholic and other Christian hospitals to perform abortions, give out abortifacient morning after contraception and the like, against our moral consciences.

I lost it.

I cannot help but feel such an overpowering fear for our country, because of what we have chosen now. Of who we (collectively) have chosen.

I wept out of fear for our country for what we have done and what we, through Obama, are about to do.

I wept for my daughter who I've never known.

I wept for me, for my grave mistake.

I wept for all those in this nation who "get it", that life really does begin at conception, regardless of the idiot scientists who try to redefine it otherwise.

I wept for all those in this nation who don't "get it", including our new President.

The priest prayed much more compassionately for our new President than I had planned to at this Mass. I had, all ready to go, a spoken-out-loud petition to say. His prayer made mine moot and also shameful, really, and in my tears all I could say was the first part of what I'd intended to say:

"I pray for the safety of those going to the March for Life today...and for those who wish they could be there..."

I couldn't say any more.

All those who wish they could be there but cannot, include all those women, and men, whose grief and/or remorse about their abortions or involvement or knowledge of abortions of relatives, prevent them from finding comfort or relief or salve from knowing that there are, every year, a million or more people converging on the mall in Washington, D.C. and filling its wide streets, probably the same streets that Obama walked or rode down not two days before.

You'll never see that estimate in the news. And whether it's a million bodies there today or 300,000, you will also never know how many more hundreds of thousands are sitting at home, wondering if they will ever be able to stand up and be counted among those who truly value life, at last.

I wept for our nation. We are so corrupted. We have chosen a man to lead us deeper into the culture of death, a man who calls himself a Christian yet believes that without a national right to government-paid abortions, a girl or woman is being "punished with a baby" if she gets pregnant and doesn't want to be.

We are so unbelievably blind.

I wept for this nation the same way I did after 9/11. Only this time, we are doing the damage to ourselves.

This photo says it all, for me. Thanks, Barbara of MommyLife.net, for this and other photos from the various Marches.

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Thanks for this....i've searched and searched for some reporting on the life march today. We, in Oregon, had the largest pro-life rally ever (expedted 3000, had over 7000)last Sunday. The Oregonian showed an equal number of pictures for the 100 from Planned Parenthood and the 7000 pro-lifers. If it hadn't been for the PP folks, we'd never made the paper! Incredible!

For you to sit here and say that the nation has just elected a 'pro-abortion' president is wrong. he has never said that he is pro abortion, only pro choice. For you to say that we as a nation are hurting ourselves by allowing this man to become president, is idiotic at best. this is a blog, this is your personal opinion. you should not feel that your opinion is the only one that is right. because it isn't. i cannot believe that you actually feel that this nation should ban all abortions. Do you feel that brining a new unplanned life into this world will better it? Especially in this economy, there is a greater chance that that baby will not be raised properly, that the baby will end up on the streets, that the baby could end up dead. We have a lot bigger problems to deal with before you try and make all abortions illegal. also, let me ask you this- Have you been pregnant? Have you been faced with the decision of bringing a baby into this world and possibly not being able to take care of it? Have you? If you have, you know what it is like to have an abortion, and the aftermath that it can have on a person. You know the feeling of emptiness that a woman feels. The regret. The sadness. The hatred for themselves. Would you wish that environment upon a new born baby that has no option to be brought into the world in a unfit home, one that will not feel the effects of it until they are older. I myself, have had an abortion. I feel that, one, I was young and wouldn'tve been able to take care of the baby. I also felt that I would rather live with a life of regret and what ifs myself than put that upon my child. The women that choose to have abortions aren't always just thinking of themselves. Really, they aren't. And what about abortions where the baby or the mom could end up dead through labor, or have a disability. What about the young girls that are raped by a man. This country has been built on freedom and choice. The government has taken away so many of our freedoms, and rights, and choices, Obama signing this FOCA would be a blessing. Especially you, being a woman, how can you want the government or anyone else telling you what you can and cannot do to your body? Also, as I reread your blog, it seems that you may have had an abortion, if I am correct, I believe that you are probably the biggest hypocrit that I've seen. This blog acutally makes me sick to my stomach. Religion is a crock of crap and for you to try and say that because some church told you this, this is the way it is. The catholic church especially is the most corrupt church known to man. There is a difference between being Christian and catholic too. Because he (Obama) is christian, doens't mean that he believes all parts of the "bible". But, I'm done for now, I'm going to go throw up actually. Because not only have i wasted a bunch of my time responding to such an idiotic blog, the blog its self makes me sick. Think before you talk next time, seriously. PUt yourself in some one elses shoes. Roe V Wade is not going to get overturned in this lifetime I don't believe, especially not in the next four, hopefully eight years. Get over it and move on.

Thanks, Suzanne, thanks for letting us know what was happening in your neck of the woods.

Emily, I'm too tired and too cried out to really respond at length to this attacking, insulting tirade of yours (so much for your almighty prochoice liberal "tolerance" and "being pro-woman", eh?). Instead of spewing hate, why don't you just go read some of the links that I linked to in my post, you might learn that you've just reiterated just about every prochoice or proabortion platitude and myth that I've spent the past 5 years debunking to many a person such as yourself. Maybe someone else wants to respond to all that you have been kept in the dark about, like I was for so long.

How dare you judge me because I eventually regretted my abortion.

How dare you judge and condemn me when you don't know that I and many, many, many of us HELP the babies and moms who make it without abortion, much more so than probably YOU have ever given to such a woman.

How many women have YOU helped to survive WITHOUT having to have an abortion?? Tell me that before you call me an idiot or this an idiotic blog.

Good Lord, the condemnation and judgmental 'tude you cop is what should be making you throw up.

I put myself in other people's shoes every day of my life. YOU are the one who can't put yourself in MINE.

Practice what YOU preach, for once.

You don't know me at all and you misread so much of what I wrote and if you did know me you'd damn well know better and would know you just made a total fool of yourself for tearing me to shreds like this. You are the hypocrite. Do you open your mouth without knowing people at all and attack people like this all the time, or just the ones who stand against abortion because we know full well what it does to too many women? If so, it's time to grow up because you can't do that as a grownup.

Annie B., Thank you for your beautiful post. Your comments are from your heart and brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for your thoughts as I too have wept for our nation with this great evil that we allow to happen by choosing pro-abortion leaders. And yes, President Obama is Pro-abortion - his record clearly shows that. He is not neutral on this subject.

I am sorry Emily is still so bitter. She still believes that killing a baby rather than giving him/her a life is better for the baby and that it is unselfish. There is always adoption if you feel you cannot give the baby a good life. The most unselfish thing you can do and the greatest gift you can give to a child is: LIFE. Her bitterness to you is one of the ways she justifies her crime against herself and her baby. Making abortion legal confuses many women, they believe it is okay because the government says so... when in reality it isn't okay.

She brings up abortions due to rape & the mother's health, but these are very rare. Less than 2% - I believe. Concern for the health of the mother is a vital one. But circumstances in which the termination of pregnancy is necessary to save the life of the mother are very rare, particularly where modern medical care is available. Another concern applies to pregnancies resulting from rape or incest. This tragedy is compounded because an innocent woman’s freedom of choice was denied. Abortions for these reasons are also very rare.

Some argue for abortion because of fear that a child may have a congenital malformation. Surely the harmful effects of certain infectious or toxic agents in the first trimester of pregnancy are real, but caution is needed in considering the termination of a pregnancy. Life has great value for all, including those born with disabilities. Furthermore, the outcome may not be as serious as postulated. All life is of Value.

If President Obama's mother followed pro-choice advice - then he would be one of the dreadful statistics too - as he came from a broken home, was abandoned by his father, and his single mother had to struggle to raise him. But despite the hardships he became the president of the United States. But somehow - he still doesn't get it either. I will continue to pray for him and all those in our country who are pro-abortion.

Thanks you again for your post and your thoughts, you are not a hypocrite - but repentant soul and aren't we all in need of repentance and forgiveness.

Annie B. - God bless you and thank you for your witness. May God use your tears to soften the harden hearts of others.

Take heart - God is moving in ways we can't imagine. Your words have inspired and your witness has inflamed the passions of others to serve those who have no voice - and that includes the silent ones still locked in their chains of shame.


Thanks for keeping us informed. I just got back from DC and it's always hard to gauge how many people were there.

It seemed like there were more than years past, but my memories could be failing me. One thing's for sure the youth of our nation were there and they were there in force.

My dear emily: Please accept my solidarity. You simply must understand that making a mistake, no matter how bad it might be, is not the same thing as being a bad, horrible person. It's not the same thing at all. Please believe me.

There are several groups that can really help women recover from an abortion. No one can do it alone. Yours has caused you a great deal of trouble for many years, and I beg you to consider contacting one of them. If you don't know how, anyone here can help. So many others have freed themselves. You can do it too.

The pain abortion causes, and causes, and causes, is one of the reasons I hate it so much. But I don't hate anyone who has ever been a party to an abortion in any way.

I'm just another person who reads this blog and sometimes chips in my two cents' worth. I'm nobody. But I hope you will come back. Please know that I will pray for your peace and healing, and that you have my solidarity.

Pax,

John Heuertz, OP

Annie B -- Thank you for your post, your honesty, and your willingness to share openly. I couldn't agree more. I have not had an abortion, but I know friends who have--and there was a time when I would have, if faced with an unintended pregnancy. Since then, God has changed my heart and I realize just how precious life is. I pray for our elected officials, especially as they make decisions on, literally, life-and-death issues.

Thank you, Annie. Your post has echoed my thoughts. I pray daily for this nation, its leaders, and our citizens. I pray that God will bring repentance to Obama and his one party control of the country. I also pray for the Church. Christians who voted for Obama must have somehow forgotten about their basic beliefs, and must repent. We can do what we can, as this blog, mine, and many others, but prayer is the only thing that can save my beloved USA. God help us.

Many people have been "sucked in" to the abortion lie.

This world is in need of prayer.

Thank you, to all who've commented.

To reply to Rick in particular though, I know Catholics who are devout Catholics but who voted for Obama and knew (and still know) absolutely nothing of how supportive of abortion and the abortion industry he really, truly is. When I tried to gently point this out to them, they said that I must be wrong. So to hear it from Emily doesn't surprise me, though the other things Emily wrote did hurt me.

So Rick I don't think that most Christians who voted for Obama must have somehow forgotten about their basic beliefs. I think the media and the Democrats did a perfect job at preventing those Christians--and many many others--from knowing the truth about Obama's pro-abortion statements and promises and yes, votes in the Senate.

If one goes to Youtube and does a few searches on Obama and "Planned Parenthood speech" and "freedom of choice act" or "FOCA" they will see and hear it from the man himself, for themselves.

It of course is too late for those who might realize the grave mistake they made in voting for him.

I don't think those who honestly didn't know all this about Obama must repent. They didn't know.

But now they do (or should) and there is much we can do to spread this truth.

And John H, I'm drafting an email response to your request of me. Sorry it's taken me this long. It might be tomorrow or Sunday night before I can do it justice. There is much to answer, but a good start to answer your first question privately to me is found in this post, http://afterabortion.blogspot.com/2004/05/who-we-are-and-some-guidelines-to.html

By learning and following that philosophy expressed in that discourse, Emily Peterson (not the same Emily as above, of course) and I at After Abortion have actually become exceedingly good and loving friends (online, but nonetheless we have a strong bond) with a few prochoice visitors there, a dear, lovely woman nicknamed "Achromic" being the one we have stayed in touch with the most.

And Achro would tell you the same of us. Even though we have disagreed on the issue for years, we love each other dearly and have grown close and supportive of each other, looking past the differences.

ANother example of this is found near the latter half of this post, http://afterabortion.blogspot.com/2004/04/march-4-25-04-continued.html

Seriously, any prochoice folks here, I really do ask you to read that one especially.

See if you can explain what the woman in pink did, for me, with me.

The experience was life-altering and changed and moved me, like perhaps no one except those who were there, on both sides of that barricade lined with riot police, could ever understand.

The experience stopped several hundred of us in our tracks, on both sides of the barricade.

And gave many of us hope.

It might answer your question, John, as to why I continue to engage with those who demean and attack me, here, or anywhere.

Hi Annie B-

After reading some of the responses, one in particular, its hard to read the evil & hate in the world that exists within people. I didnt get that from what you said, instead you spoke of what a lot of people, myself included, feel but didnt express. I too prayed before the march, during the march, and after that the new president would listen to the cries & reason out his decision, to postpone the signing until some thought & prayer went into it.
God can move mountains, and even tho it seems we are losing the battle, God has a better plan more than we can imagine. I keep holding onto that, and praying daily for the Lord's will be done in all things.
Jesus will judge everyone for their deeds, and what we are seeing will not go without repercussions, not in our timing , but in His.
I will continue to follow this whole ordeal, offer support anyway I can, pray, whatever it takes. Talking to people who dont share my views a small seed will be planted, and one day it will sprout up to God's glory. I listen to Teresa Tomeo weekdays at work using earphones, and she is an inspiration with her knowledge and informative talk show. She touches many ears , and Im positive what goes out does not return void.
Keep up your faith in Christ, and dont let others vocal opposition deter or hamper you. Believe me, I get plenty myself in my life from people. I stick to my faith, trusting God that he sees and knows all.
God Bless you!

Steve
California




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