Mississippi Passes 15-Week Abortion Ban, Becomes Most Pro-life State
Mississippi has become the state with the most restrictive ban on abortion after Gov. Phil Bryant signed a 15-week abortion ban bill into law on Monday, March 19.
As ChristianHeadlines.com previously reported, House Bill 1510 had already passed in the state Senate in the beginning of March. It then went on to the House for approval, and lastly, to Bryantâs desk.
Bryant, a Republican, was expected to sign the bill into law. "I have repeatedly said, I want Mississippi to be the safest place in America for an unborn child," Bryant said at the time. "House Bill 1510 will help us achieve that goal, and I encourage the House to pass it and look forward to signing it.â...
Hugh wrote: Not wanting to be a good news pooper, But I am sure I read in a U.K. Newsfeed that. Judge had declared this Bill unlawful!!! Having written this I really should quote feed!! I shall go now to find it, lest one is accused of a falsehood. And methinks doc Tim would soon come up with a deserved put down đ Blessings fellow saints
Correction to the Megachurch story:
Should have read - Why are we not talking about a non-believing scoundrel in the White House instead of one of our own? E. g. if we must talk about someone's sexual conduct?
Not wanting to be a good news pooper, But I am sure I read in a U.K. Newsfeed that. Judge had declared this Bill unlawful!!! Having written this I really should quote feed!! I shall go now to find it, lest one is accused of a falsehood. And methinks doc Tim would soon come up with a deserved put down đ Blessings fellow saints
If ignorance is bliss, Jiminy, then the Democratic Party is nirvana. Inasmuch as you are incapable of having an original thought, can't you at least come up with some new links instead of continually recycling the same old stuff. (Oh, I forgot--the liberal mushbrains you quote can't come up with any original thoughts either). You remind me of a fly, constantly regurgitating all over the place.
NPR wrote: After signing this latest bill, Bryant wrote on Twitter, "I am committed to making Mississippi the safest place in America for an unborn child, and this bill will help us achieve that goal."
--[URL=http://tinyurl.com/ybbgj5ts]]]http://tinyurl.com/ybbgj5ts (Mississippi Governor Signs Nation's Toughest Abortion Ban Into Law)[/URL] A pathetically ridiculous statementâ
Michael Stafford wrote: The GOP is often described as America's pro-life political party. In reality, however, the GOP is not pro-life. At best, it's merely anti-abortion. At worst, it's simply misogynistic. Regardless, the Republican Party's concern for human dignity ends the moment someone is actually born. After that, it's the coldness and cruelty of Ayn Rand and social Darwinism, all the way down.
--[URL=http://tinyurl.com/bx4zbqd]]]http://tinyurl.com/bx4zbqd (The politics of abortion: America does not have a pro-life party)[/URL]
Tiny Tim, you must be a resident of Mississippi? Where ignorance is bliss.
Praise the Lord for those who arenât ashamed of Christ or of His Word, that He came to seek & save those who are incapable of redeeming their own selves amen!
Rom 10:15, & 17 And how shall they preach unless they are sent? As it is written: âHow beautiful are the feet of those who preach the gospel of peace, Who bring glad tidings of good things!â So then faith comes by hearing, & hearing by the word of God.
Yolanda wrote: Processes that determine whether there is life or not: Movement Respiration Sensitivity Growth Reproduction Excretion Nutrition One does not have to see to believe. Conception begins in the womb.
Yes, if it is in the process of development, at any stage, then it is a human. I always like to ask; when did Jesus become fully human. My answer is at the moment of conception. Mary was poor and unmarried. Should she have sought an abortion; of course not.
It is amazing that my God and Savior used the same process as all other human life.
Oh and this law still says it is okay to murder an innocent baby.
In the 1973 landmark case Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court applied this core constitutional principle of privacy and liberty to a womanâs ability to terminate a pregnancy. In Roe, the Court held that the constitutional right to privacy includes a womanâs right to decide whether to have an abortion. The Court made clear that as a basic right to privacy protected by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, the womanâs right is âfundamental,â meaning that governmental attempts to interfere with the right are subject to âstrict scrutiny.â To withstand strict scrutiny, the government must show that its law or policy is necessary to achieve a compelling interest. The law or policy must also be narrowly tailored to achieve the interest and must be the least restrictive means for doing so.
The above is from the internet of course.
IMO, saying the abortion issue is a privacy issue is lunacy. Anytime someone is given a legal choice to murder or not to murder then something is wrong with the system. SCOTUS decided this because of feminism and their Jim L. belief that a life isn't a life until it is born.
Luke 1:41 âAnd it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost:â
The only legal murder mill in the state filed a lawsuit immediately after the law was signed. The law is on hold for now. Meanwhile, mass-murder rights advocates keep talking about a woman's "constitutional right" to an abortion. I don't know what constitution they have been reading, but there is no such provision in the constitution of the United States. Now here's Jim with the latest round of lame, ludicrous links. Take it away, Jim!