In a sense, every American born since 1973 is a survivor of Roe. Perhaps that explains why, however young people might label themselves, abortion is a choice so few of them are prepared to take. Boston Globe
Abortion is the premeditated murder of a human being. In 1973, a well-orchestrated campaign, not unlike the very successful one that will very shortly terminate the all sense of what marriage means, changed that fact.
Abortion is now known as women's health care, which is nonsense.
America's slide from the moral high ground to its current place in the moral mud pits can be traced from Roe v. Wade.
However, young people are doubting the narrative about abortion
Young Americans — voters under 30 — were once the most gung-ho in support of unfettered legal abortion. In 1991, fully 36 percent believed abortion should be legal under any circumstances. But by 2010, 18-to-29-year-olds had become more pro-life than their parents — only 24 percent still wanted to keep abortion legal in all cases. More than any other age cohort, in fact, young adults are now the most likely to think abortion should be illegal in all circumstances.
My long-in-the-tooth Baby Boom contemporaries largely bought-in to the willful murder of unwanted children, I am ashamed to say. We are the Disposable Generation, that created landfills for the Huggies we put on the babies who survived Planned Parenthood and now the Depends we need and added those convenient products to the piles of Schick disposable razors, plastic bottles, cutlery and batteries that powered our music devices that played Jerry Garcia and Carly Simon into the 21st Century. We were OK with that because we were otherwise thoughtful and sensitive about our fellow man.
We elected Barack Obama, people and Obama is America's abortion President.
Young people have good hearts.
I am confident that the generations to come will end the American Holocaust.
Only then will America climb up out of the mud and crawl its way back up to the peak of the moral high ground.
Good on you, kids!