Friday, January 30, 2009

Say hello to my new face book friend - Brian M. Williams


Brian's smart and a super cute boy too. I can say that because I am old enough to be his Mom's, Mom's, Mom.
He told me that his parents are older than I am and that they were born in 1959, and 1960. I said , "no" that's not right, because I was born in 1961, and 61 is more than 60 or 59.
*Refer to my brain diagram , I don't do math.
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Here are some abortion statistics that reinforce what Brian has said.
Among the poorest women, Hispanics are the most likely to experience an unintended pregnancy. Overall, however, black women are three times as likely as white women to experience an unintended pregnancy; Hispanic women are twice as likely. Because black women experience so many more unintended pregnancies than any other group—sharply disproportionate to their numbers in the general population—they are more likely to seek out and obtain abortion services than any other group. In addition, because black women as a group want the same number of children as white women, but have so many more unintended pregnancies, they are more likely than white women to terminate an unintended pregnancy by abortion to avoid an unwanted birth.
*Source -http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/gpr/11/3/gpr110302.html

4 comments:

Adrienne said...

Very, very cute!

Karen said...

Hi Belinda! I got your message on my site. Thanks for coming over! I like the following thing because Google tells me when you guys write new posts and I can check them out.

The statistics on abortion are quite crazy. I think it's hard for a lot of people to come to terms with the fact that #1, it's murder. #2, abortion not only kills your baby, but it scars women for a lifetime. And #3, the sexual freedom movement doesn't create freedom. I used to be pro-choice, feminazi and all that. Thank goodness I have come to my senses for the sake of my children. Good post!

Belinda said...

OOh, Karen it's good to have you home where you belong with the kind of people that love you - the Pro-lifers.

Karen said...

It's good to BE home!! Thank you for putting it that way. I haven't really heard anyone put it in those terms and that was a nice way of phrasing that! Thanks so much! Good to me good people online!!