You've heard about the tragedy in Newtown, Conn., Friday morning Dec. 14, 2012. Twenty innocent children lost their lives because they went to school that day.
Think about the unwrapped presents they might have had. Think about the soccer teams they might have played on. Think about all they would miss and all that we will miss because they will not be here.
That was one morning and we should mourn for them.
Now think about one day in United States. What if their parents had gone to a Planned Parenthood clinic six years before hand?
Instead of a gun, the terminator had a scalpel or suction tube or some other means of removing the child from life. We mourn when life is lost in the public school, but we pay people to terminate life in a Planned Parenthood clinic.
No one hears. No TVs are there, but in one 24-hour day nearly 2,000 children lose their lives and we pay for it.
Please weep for the other children who lost their lives that day without a gun being fired.
Anthony W. Adams