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Here for your approbation, some thoughts concerning abortion.

So that you can speak about something that is so heinous as to be too great, intense, or awful to describe.

You will catch the listener so that they must hear what you have to say.

A human child in the womb from conception to natural birth is innocent of any capital crime; in fact any crime.

Therefore, why do they suffer the greatest of punishments, the capital punishment of the death penalty (execution), which does not exist in Iowa even against someone who has been convicted of a capital offense worthy of such punishment?

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Iowa’s congressional bodies do not engage in grotesque graphic verbal descriptions.

Congress confines their language to the highest standards of description and articulation of the English language.

How then do we approve of the most grotesque and unconscionable act of abortion.

Yet another dimension of this injustice is that humanity in the womb is denied the right to habeas corpus, a speedy trial before their fellow citizens, and most of all they are subject to the cruelest and most unusual punishment of which they are by natural law and circumstances innocent.

This dimension of natural law and justice is before and above even Constitutional Law.

Natural law is defined by the relationship between our divine creator and humanity.

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