Since: Apr 08


#1 Jul 6, 2008
Sixty-six years ago, the United States made it illegal, punishable by up to $500,000 and 1-5 years in jail (depending on the infraction, how the crime was committed, and other circumstances), for crushing (poaching in any way) one egg, or killing a bald eagle. The law was put into effect, for the "American Bird" and also for conservation, as the bird was becoming extinct. After this July 4th, holiday weekend, it seems evident the project was a complete success. Eagles have continued soaring all over the United States, numbers are way up, and the laws continue on the books of our great nation.

In third world countries, human rights violating countries and even in small backwoods towns, jungles, and thru the cracks of society there continues to be massive violations to women (in the form of the cutting of women's private areas off, for fear of to liberal of girls and religious practices). Countries like Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Liberia, and countless others in Africa are using rape, machetes, and other forms of torture to enhance political and economic gain. Some expect the atrocities in these countries and states, but equate a massive and growing problem, in America.

The sixty-six years, the country has made an open season and struggle to preserve eagles and their eggs. However, in the very same country (since January 22, 1973, thru 2001), it is estimated (only estimate numbers from 1998-2001, the rest of the numbers) have been more than 40 million abortions. The numbers, per year, since 1975 have been over 1 million abortions a year, since the third year of abortion on demand. Obviously, if divided out, it totals 92 abortions, babies killed, or embryos taken out (whichever makes it easiest for you to digest it) a day, for over 28 years.(92 abortions X 10858 days (in 28 years)= 40 million)

An eagle's egg is "an embryo," (by definition), being the egg has a potential healthy eagle in it, waiting for only time and nature, to take place. A woman who is pregnant has an egg in her, that is waiting for time and nature, to take place. For sixty-six years, a person could not kill an eagle embryo, without it being an official crime (not to mention the moral and ethical implications). Therefore, the real question is when did a bird's life, become more important than a human life? Why are people protecting animals, more than the unborn? Just questions, but only individuals can answer them (the abortionists, the women who are getting abortions, and anyone affiliated with the abortion industry).

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