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December 12, 2011

I Am the 10%

This kid has a message we need to hear. I’m John Stonestreet, and this is The Point.

When Andy Reigstad snapped a picture of his six-year old son holding a hand-written sign, he never imagined it would become an internet sensation. The photo, which Andy shot after watching the new pro-life film 180, shows his son Boaz holding a sign that parodies Occupy Wall Street:

“I may not be perfect but I’m happy,” says the sign. “I am God’s handiwork and I bear His image. I am blessed. I am the 10 percent of children born with Down syndrome who survived Roe v. Wade.”

More than 90% of unborn children diagnosed with Down syndrome in this country are aborted. Yet 99% of adults with the disorder say they’re “happy with their lives!”

The systematic identification and killing of unborn handicapped children is happening, and as the film 180 shows, it’s the same philosophy which led to the worst genocides of the 20th Century.

Come to, and I’ll show you the photo and tell you how to watch the film that inspired it. For the Point, I’m John Stonestreet.

Further Reading

Toddler's Abortion Survival Photo, Inspired by '180 Movie,' Goes Viral on Facebook
Gina E. Ryder | The Christian Post | October 28, 2011

I am the 10%
Manhattan Declaration Blog | October 31, 2011

Watch 180 Film Online

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  • December 12, 2011 // 10:05 am //  # 
    Jackson T.'s avatar Jackson T.

    This story struck home to me. I was supposed to be born with a mental defect and the doctors asked my parents if they wanted to abort. Thankfully they are Christians and knew that it was not an option.

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