El Paso County Commissioners Declare Sanctity of Human Life Week

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COLORADO SPRINGS – Colorado’s pro-choice community prepares to celebrate the 37th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, just as El Paso County Commissioners assert their belief in the right to life. Tuesday El Paso County Commissioners chose a side in a controversial topic that always sparks heated debate.

“I think it’s important that we as elected officials let people know about important issues in our community,” said El Paso County Commissioner Wayne Williams. Williams believes that the sanctity of life is one of those key issues. “I do have a pro-life stance,” said Williams.

County Commissioners proclaim January 17 – 24 Sanctity of Human Life Week in El Paso County, championing compassionate alternatives to abortion, such as encouraging adoption and promoting abstinence education.

“We adopt the resolution each year,” said Commissioner Williams. It coincides with the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. “I believe that might be part of the origin of it,” said Williams. “But in my case it happens to show up the week each year that I was adopted, so I think it’s pretty important.”

El Paso County Commissioners passed the resolution unanimously. “By celebrating this, by reminding people of the importance of life,” said Williams. “It’s our hope that we are continuing to be able to get families to come in and say we want to adopt and for those who are trying to make a decision as to what to do, to say yes, I’d like to place a child up for adoption.”

When asked whether the resolution blurred the lines between church and state, Williams said, “It doesn’t. Life is not a church and state issue that blurs some line. Life is one of the fundamental values that this nation was founded on. You don’t have to go very much further than the declaration of independence when we talk about the inalienable rights of life. I believe that Roe versus Wade was incorrectly decided. I do not believe there is a basis in the constitution for that decision.”

EDITOR’S NOTE: How come the reporters asked whether the resolution blurred the lines between church and state ? Would that not assume that if it did “Blur” the line, that the opposite would be true that funding abortion or Planned Parenthood would also be a violation of the “Separation of Church and State”

Meanwhile- in another county: The blog Creative Minority reports that:

The Santa Barbara Downtown administration is proudly flying the flag of death on their streets this week. The main street of the California town has been lined with Planned Parenthood’s flag to honor the organization and drum up its donations.

They commend the organization for promoting “honest communication between young people and parents, medically-accurate sex education in our communities, and access to affordable birth control and believes these are the real solutions to preventing teen pregnancy and reducing the spread of sexually transmitted infections.”

PERHAPS they should watch the 2 hour film: Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America and see just how “Honest” Planned Parenthood has been not to mention EUGENIC !

(Clip of Maafa21 below)

Read the rest of CM’s report here : Creative Minority

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