Curing a Fundamental Error

     Every now and then we get a pleasant surprise in life. There are a few good people left out there willing to go above and beyond to do the right thing. Surprisingly a couple of them are even lawyers. Yeh, I know, hard to believe, but it’s true. One such person is a man I’m proud to call friend, Torm Howse.

     This particular man has a vision way too seldom found in our country, America as it is supposed to be. I say seldom because as the election results prove, there are far too few people today that really appreciate what our Founding Fathers attempted to contrive for our nation. Torm, with supporters from around the nation, has a plan to fix that. Kind of refreshing for a change, a man with a plan. We’ve all seen the countless websites out there that point out today’s problems, this one included, but here is a man that has not only identified the problem, he has formulated a path to correct it. In our complex age not a mild achievement to say the least.

     One of the most troubling occurrences daily in our country is the denial of the most basic right of all, the right to live. Perhaps just as troubling is our government funding the murder of children despite the illegality of that activity. That may all change soon. A lawsuit has now been filed in against the government to end that practice. Now I know many of you think it a pro choice issue not a pro life issue, that argument has been played on for years. Well here comes a new perspective, abortion as an economic issue. Over 50 million lives have been ended since abortion was legalized, putting all other arguments aside let’s just do a little math. That’s 50 million tax payers not inputting into the system, 50 million customers not flowing their dollars into the economy. Fifty million voters not voting. All 3 things that would significantly impact America. Setting the moral implications of abortion aside, we can still see the affect it has on our country.

     This lawsuit will surely play out as one of the most significant events in our country’s future. Well thought out, it covers everything from the illegal election we just went through, the disqualification of both Obama and Romney and any other non pro life candidate, to addressing the issue of the Twelfth Amendment.  This is truly a historical achievement. I’m not going to spoil it for you by covering it all right now though I will be writing about it much more in the future. I’d rather you see it from Torm’s point of view and go to  Supporters can also join the National Grassroots for Christian Conservatives on Facebook to keep up with events and to help shape our nation’s future in the right direction for a change.

     Hats off to you Torm for truly monumental work for God and country.



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  • 11/11/2012 5:26 PM Eric M wrote:
    Is this the same lawsuit as this one?

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    1. 11/12/2012 1:20 PM Torm wrote:
      No. This is different.
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  • 11/12/2012 10:40 PM Lesia wrote:
    Interesting. A very creative plan by Mr. Howse. But, I have some common sense issues. I agree 100% with the presentation that (extremely summarized) most abortion arguments fall to a matter of opinion. Therefore, the only thing I can do us objectively view it in terms of 1) my personal beliefs & 2) as an issue before our country.

    I've not looked up a single stat in prep. This blog is about common sense so I hope to use some.

    Mr. Howse's theory, while novel and attractive, seems to to have some common sense flaws. 50 mil abortions = 50 mil live, productive souls today (at least by 2008). 50 mil souls with purchasing power & production.

    I simply think the argument is linear, oversimplified, & omits plethora reasons those numbers would end up entirely skewed. Not to mention untold variables affecting the housing bubble and most other economic woes.
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    1. 11/21/2012 9:21 PM Eric wrote:
      The interesting part of our extra 50 million citizens is that they won't contribute to overpopulation.... http://wwwyoutubecom/watch?v=HsAracLBCxI
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  • 11/12/2012 10:54 PM Lesia wrote:
    I'm curious if 50=50 how does that account for the natural death rates? Unfortunately even young ones die for other reasons.

    Do those numbers account for family planning? I mean do we assume every woman who has had an elective abortion would have her current children + the aborted child or might the birth/abortion affect reproduction?

    Are there social factors of a woman with child that might affect her future and ultimate reproduction?

    The US population has grown steadily. I simply don't buy that 50 mil abortions = 50 mil productive lives. Could we not assume that even if 50 mil is in the ballpark some significant percentage would be a drain on society?

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    1. 12/2/2012 2:26 PM Torm Howse wrote:
      Lesia, you are misunderstanding the sheer overwhelming impact involved. There has *always* been family planning in one way or another. Nobody is saying anything different there. However, for the past 40ish years, there has been a HUGE and *unnatural* skew in the various population ratios, precisely because of abortion-on-demand, the government getting behind providing widespread-massive units of contraception, and even sterlizations done on the taxpayer dime. The population/birthrate growth is waaaay behind what should have been, and what would have been, otherwise. The effect is of juggernaut level, financially and mathematically, after a cumulative effect of four decades of this insanity.
      How you could ever even imagine that any "percentage" of babies allowed to be born alive and live, as opposed to being aborted/killed, might be some sort of "drain on society" is beyond a reasonable viewpoint upon the life of any person.
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