Embracing Life -- Day 38

Chandra White-Cummings

Day 38: Top Ten – Part 1

I’ve decided I’m done syncing up with the 40 Days reflections (you can find the latest here). I thought for the last two days, I’d do a couple top 10 lists. I’m too lazy right now to think up some creative overarching theme for the lists, so they’ll be random facts, thoughts, musings, etc.

Without further ado, here goes:

10. I’ve never had an abortion.

9. Sometimes when veteran pro-life advocates sound bitter and harsh, it’s because they’ve been dealing with the issue for so long that they almost can’t stand it anymore. This doesn’t excuse them but I’m just sayin…

8. Rush Limbaugh is so offensive to me that it doesn’t matter that he’s pro-life. Some people I just don’t want on my side.

7. The fact that President Obama spoke to Cecile Richards, the national head of Planned Parenthood, “almost daily” during his initial transition period stressed me out.

6. California has the highest number of abortions — 208,430 (as of 2005).

5. Michael Steele is really in a jam right now. I wonder what happened in that GQ interview.

4. One of the best books I’ve ever read about abortion is Justice Loves Babies, by Danielle and Darlene Wibeto.

3. Bombing abortion clinics is not only wrong on every level, it’s ineffective and so old-school.

2. Margaret Sanger, who activated the birth control movement in this country, as well as Planned Parenthood, was a eugenicist and no friend of minorities.

1. Norma McCorvey — the Roe in Roe v. Wade — never even had an abortion.

Find out more at the 40 Days for Life website.

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