If you were born in the United States after the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision on Jan. 22, 1973, you’re alive today because your mother chose life. She could have had you aborted and you would have never been born.
If you are in that group, you are part of the pro-life generation. They survived their time in the womb thanks to their mothers and despite the Supreme Court decision and the effort of abortionists.
The pro-life generation and immigrants make up the people in the U.S. under 48 years old. They are a large part of the military, police, firefighters, EMTs, and other important organizations in our nation. They are almost all people in their childbearing ages of 15 to 45 years old who could choose to have children. Those over 18 years old are about 55 percent of the voting age population. (Aren’t you glad their mothers chose life?)
An excellent time to thank your mother for your life is the upcoming Mother’s Day. And if you are involved...
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