Bishop, Members of the Diocese of Utopia, Essay

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Bishop, Members of the Diocese of Utopia, Ladies and Gentlemen!

It's an honor and privilege to me having the opportunity to speak before this distinguished audience. It's an extreme privilege to have you, Dear Bishop, as a private person attending this event. I think that all of us in this room extremely appreciate this! I am here to speak to you not only as a female candidate for the office of the President of the United States, but also as a private person, e.g., a Roman Catholic, a wife and a mother of three children. When I prepared this speech, I asked myself, what is it that might get your attention not only during this short meeting but might also support my candidature for the U.S. presidency during the upcoming elections? Is it my broad view of foreign or domestic politics, my plan of how to help this country recover from economic crisis? Is it my vision of how to save the environment for our children? I came up with quite another topic.
This topic seems to be neglected these days although it is of equal vital importance to us in the purest literal sense as all other topics that may occupy or minds. It is a topic that I think touches -- or at least should touch - all of us, whether we are members of the Catholic Church, members of any other denomination, agnostics or even atheists. This topic is: "Abortion." As a candidate for presidency of this great country, as a patriot, as a private person, a wife and a mother of three, it is my deepest conviction that life begins at conception. Yes, it is my firm belief! And the word "belief" in these….....

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