Cautiously Hopeful

Ever since I heard that The Court chose to review the laws on abortion, I’ve been cautiously hopeful. I do believe Roe v Wade was legislated by the Court based solely on imagination. Now, there is a real chance to limit it or maybe even overturn it.

Even now, after the recent news, I only remain hopeful. The problem is that the source is anonymous. I simply don’t believe anonymous news, especially if it good news. That way I’m seldom disappointed.

Still, I do have a couple of reasons to permit me to elevate my hopes. 1st, it is not totally good news. Family Planning and their crew of killers will sound the bugle and charge the Congress. They will twist arms and begin their bribes. There is far too much money at risk for them to just sit back and watch.

So, they will put their muscles and cash behind their willing accomplices in Congress. In a mater of a few weeks, they can pass a law making it forever legal to kill the helpless unborn.

Never mind what the people want. We are talking real money here and they want the new legislation before their dem friends get replaced by the Republicans during the midterms.

Then too, they claim the document seems plausible. Just maybe some dumb liberal clerk exposed it in hopes of turning it all south.

Then again, it just might be an invention by a libreral newspaper in hopes of putting the abortion movement in gear. Let’s face it. The abortion industry hasn’t had much going on lately.

Hopefully though, with a little help from the Lord, Planned Parenthood will have to find another way to make money.

So, as I say. I remain cautiously hopeful. A month or two, we’ll know, and so will Planned Parenthood.

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