With the President's first year under his belt so to speak and everyone but his brother doing a "Year in Review" I am not going down that path. It has been all too easy to stay on the "criticize Obama band wagon" and I admit I did jump on board, sometimes with both feet! The name of this blog is CONSERVATIVE OUTRAGE, not bash President Obama. I will attempt this year to keep that in mind with a more Conservative slant or views. There are many more issues out there to be reported on and discussed. So, if I get off the mark once in a while forgive me however, if I stay off the mark for too long bring me back home (my name is in the back of my shirt collar). That's a joke for those of you in Loma Linda. This is CONSERVATIVE OUTRAGE and it's here for you to voice and discuss your opinions.
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There is Hope, Too Long on the Back Burner
One of the biggest issues in the recent health care debate has been Abortion. There is perhaps no issue in America that will divide our populace more than Abortion. There are the two camps that get the most coverage of this issue. One is it a woman's right to have an abortion and she is the only one to decide because it is her body. The other camp is only when the health of the mother is at stake. There is a third and not so well covered I believe. It is the hard core Abortion at no time. This camp places the life of the child and the mother in the hands of G-d. Not, a surgeon, not the mother, but in the hands of the Almighty Creator of all the universe. I am relatively sure most of my followers fall in the third category, then I may be wrong. Regardless of which category your opinion may fit a Marist survey* shows the generation I am defined with was and remains to be a generation of rebellion that went too far.
Only 50% of my generation is Pro Life. Sadly that is the lowest percentage of the four generations surveyed. Of our youngest generation, those 18 to 29, 59% believe abortion is morally wrong. Correct me if I am wrong but isn't this the generation that has been called the "me" generation. Isn't this the generation that has their "pants on the ground and their hat on sideways".
I'll be the first to admit I sometimes shake my head when I see the youth of today strolling the mall or walking in front of me on the sidewalk. I better remember what my daddy used to say to me, "You can't judge a book by its cover boy. You gotta open it up and read what's inside." I really hate it when he is right. It's a father son thing. Guess I better do what my daddy told me and read a book or talk to a young person. How about you? Need to read a book or.........
*Complete article clik here