By Christopher Mann
Thank you Senator Dan Coats, a true stalwart for the unborn.
"I've noticed that the discussions on the floor here have been quite somber. The statements that are made, are made softly. That doesn't mask the kind of emotion and the kind of passion that many of us feel. What it shows is grief. What it shows is a grief over a practice in this advanced nation of ours--a grief over the fact that we are taking hundreds of thousands of, and have taken millions of lives of unborn children. And it shows and especially motion, and a special grief over the fact that we know that those children are experiencing the pain of dismemberment.
Of arms and legs being ripped apart.
Of organs being harvested for sale.
And so without the shouting, without the accusations, but with real, sincere belief and grief over what is happening here in this country, as has been stated by my colleagues, only seven other countries in the world allow this kind of practice. It is shameful that one of those countries as the United States of America."