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Letter: Remembering casualties

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

Veterans Day, November 11, is a special day when we honor the many men and women who served in the military, who fought and, in too many cases, died in wars to protect our country. Although we honor veterans from all wars and those who served during peace times, we especially honor those from World War II. It involved so many Americans and many of us were alive then and still remember it. Approximately 420,000 Americans died in that war.

While honoring and remembering those Americans who died in World War II, we should also remember those Americans who have died and are still dying in our undeclared war on American babies. Since Roe v. Wade in January 1973, at least 61,000,000 helpless, innocent unborn babies have been aborted in the United States.

Compared that to the estimated 60,000,000 to 85,000,000 military and civilians killed on both sides in World War II. For each of the 420,000 Americans killed in that war, we have aborted 145 American babies in the...

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