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Abort not taking care of our children

Taking care of the children we have does not seem to be job one. This week Mississippi voted down a measure to prevent medical removal of fertilized eggs. As I scan the news I wonder why we put so much emphasis on eggs when we do not care for the children we have.

We allow our children to bully others. We turn a blind eye to their pain. We protect our jobs and reputations more than the children.

America we have a problem. We spend like drunken sailors to protect a fertilized egg but fight to not contribute to a loaf of bread for a needy child.

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