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Michigan forgot pro-life roots in election

I was disheartened over the recent pri­mary election results. We, the people of Michigan, finally received an opportunity to vote for a pro-life governor. There were three candidates running in the Repub­lican primary who had a strong pro-life stand: Pete Hoekstra, Mike Cox and Mike Bouchard. But what did we do? We chose the only Republican candidate who does not believe in the importance of the pro-life issue.

We have strayed from our long-time, firmly held belief that “all men … are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights … Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.” Instead, we have made the economy our most important issue, to the neglect of being a voice for the precious, defenseless infant in the womb who deserves these same rights.

May God forgive us and help us to remember that what is of utmost impor­tance to Him must also be of utmost importance to us.
Marsha Underwood
Cedar Springs native, now of Zeeland

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