Sanctity of Human Life

Bush is declaring a Sanctity of Human Life day. It is on the anniversary of Roe v Wade.

To quote Bush:

“By working together to protect the weak, the imperfect and the unwanted, we affirm a culture of hope and help ensure a brighter future for all.”

So why don’t those on Death Row belong to the “weak, imperfect, unwanted” category?

Does it matter that the US is one of only 7 countries in the world that executes its children?

A child unborn needs protection. A child born, can be killed by the government if it so desires.

The Supreme Court has recently declared that executing the mentally retarded is cruel and unusal. Why? Because the mentally retarded have the mind of a child. However…it’s alright to kill children, even though they have the minds of children, because….

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  1. John

    Well..not all of those on death row are the innocents. But innocents have been freed from death row over the years within moments of being executed. From this we can assume that some were not freed.

    And I agree…there is a penalty for sin even with a merciful God. But the penalty belongs in God’s hands, not man’s.

    But beyond that, generally children are considered
    1) not to completely recognize the difference between right and wrong
    2) more rehabilitatible than adults

    Why are children (not adults, that’s an issue for another time), once born, no longer a concern for Bush?

    The US should not be executing minors. period.


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