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Congratulations to U.S. Senators Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse for inhumanely voting against the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act in the U.S. Senate on Feb. 25.

We would expect nothing less.

Whitehouse, with his environmentalism, and Reed, with his Armed Forces Committee work, both are so absolutely committed to life, liberty and justice for all Americans who survive the birth litmus test, the 7 out of 10, that is.

The other 3 are killed daily and routinely by Planned Parenthood and others, amounting to 60 million so far in this country, to the satisfaction of our senators.

The Catholic, but uncomprehending, Reed works for veterans rights and the like, but would squash the life of a baby, even one born already, who survived abortion. Reed voted to enable the murder/infanticide of born children. A regular Lil’ Rhody humanitarian!

Whitehouse, big on environmentalism, overlooks the vast waste of human life that is abortion. That is, he overlooks the obvious. Our environment includes our fellow human beings and they, all 10/10, are entitled to survive the toxic culture of death that is our current social/political/cultural atmosphere. Oh, that Whitehouse would do something about safeguarding humans, instead of mere trees!

If a tree falls in the woods and there aren’t any alive children there to hear it, does it still make a noise when it falls? Or is it more like a silent spring?

Steve Sullivan


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I hear about people who "survived" abortion. Prove it. I do not believe it and the people who rave about it as fact really need to do more research. I applaud Reed for his vote. Keep Freedom of Choice for us woman. When males start giving birth then They can talk about it but until then leave our female bodies to us females to handle. Thank you.

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