LETTER: No political will to end legal abortion

We pat ourselves on the back because we are not like ISIS

We are daily being shocked at the horrific barbarity of ISIS, ICEL, Boko Haram, (just to name a few) –  evil troublemakers.

But before we pat ourselves on the back because we are not like them – let’s admit that we have had legal murder of the unborn since 1969 – thanks to such eminent leaders as Jean Chretien and John Turner – and no prime minister   has ever  reversed this holocaust.

We have already murdered (legally, of course) some three million Canadian babies since then. Are we really any better than those terrorist organizations? Have any of our aspiring leaders of our political parties ever even hinted at stopping this carnage?

And now Justin Trudeau insists that any politician joining his elite Liberal gang of slaughter house cronies must be an ardent supporter of  this madness. Are there any other politicos of our major parties offering to stop this campaign of targeted killing?

The time has come for us to demand that any politician wanting our vote declare publicly that he/she will act to end this tragedy. If none comes forward, perhaps the time has come for wholesale spoiling of the ballot. If no candidate comes forward with such a promise, we should all write on the ballot a message such as no pro-life candidate or even write our own names on the ballot.

Of course, this will probably be of no consequence politically, but it just might shame  some party leaders that they have lost some potential votes.

We should pray that the Christian Heritage Party under Rod Taylor can have some influence or power to correct this abomination.

 

George Bochenek

Abbotsford

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