By COLLEEN and JACK HANLON
What would you say is the most basic and important thing we all possess? Of course, it’s life; without life, nothing else matters.
Life must be protected in all situations. If not, the respect for the life of the challenged, the disabled, the weak, and the old will be slowly taken away, just as it is now being taken away from some of the unborn.
Every created person has a right to life from conception to natural death. And, we should not concede that right to anybody else.
Our parents were obviously pro life; that’s why we are here. Should we do any less for others?
As we choose the leaders of our Country for the next four years, think carefully. Do they respect all life?
Our Constitution, guarantees us “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness”; without the first (life), the other two, although also extremely important, are unattainable.
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