Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Obama Won't Fulfill Dream

This past week, Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece said the following in an article at Lifenews.com.

"The battle for equal rights has reached a major milestone, but Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream of full equality remains just a dream as long as unborn children continue to be treated no better than property."

She is hopeful of the future however and suggests that we keep on praying and maybe in time the unthinkable may occur, that the unborn will be protected under U.S law.
"We must pray with persistence and love that, in God's time, what is now deemed unthinkable will become reality - that all our brothers in sisters, from conception to natural death, will be protected in law and welcomed in society," King concluded. "The elections are over. The pro-life battle begins anew.
Also, Day Garner, president of the National Black Pro-Life Union, sent Jill Stanek an email with insight into how she is handling the election. I thought I was depressed about the election until I read her reaction. But she also comes to the realization of hope (real hope) and states this at the end of the email:

"I am happy God has chosen us to serve in this fight, this great mission."

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