Is the only difference between the 20 and 491 that the 20 were fortunate enough to have families that wanted them? Do we mourn the 20 because they were loved, but neglect the 491 because they were targeted for destruction before they crossed the birth canal? President Obama gives a moving speech and wipes a tear from his eye over the 20 while simultaneously supporting the continued murder of millions by funding Planned Parenthood and promoting a "health care" program that intends to provide free abortions. How is that not a death sentence rather than health care for the babies? If we are killing our own children as a matter of policy, why are we surprised when some lone gunman does it too?
As a society we ask ourselves why school shootings and mass murders are on the increase. We blame the guns, and call for better regulation. Perhaps we should consider outlawing the scalpel and suction machines which have sown into our social conscience a disregard for human life. I mourn for the families who have lost children in this terrible shooting, but I mourn even more for the millions of men and women who have been deceived into participating in the genocide of abortion in North America that has killed 55 million innocent babies. We know about 491 live born babies who were left to die in failed abortions in Canada. How many more do we not know about who have died in failed late term abortions since 1973 in the USA?
Science tells us that life begins at conception, yet North Americans have legislated a morality that makes it socially acceptable to kill a baby before it crosses the birth canal. Why are we surprised when God allows such awful tragedies like Sandy Hook? Perhaps God is just giving us a small glimpse of what we are already doing to ourselves.