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Sun declares war on babies

The Sun has accused the GOP ad nauseum of declaring a war on women, whether it concerns abortion or free birth control pills ("Republicans, choice and pain," June 21). Well, I'm accusing The Sun of waging a war on helpless babies, especially since The Sun seems to have no problem with killing potentially viable fetuses.

It's hardly a "war on women" to insist a fetus not be aborted after five months of life in a woman's body. Why wait that long to end a pregnancy anyhow? I personally do not believe in abortion, at any stage of life, but I also am not to judge, as that is God's job, not mine, just as it is not The Sun's job to judge the GOP.

The Sun needs to get off it's liberal, partisan high horse, have a heart, and stop contributing to the immorality and division that is destroying this country.

Gail Householder, Marriottsville

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