Do you believe that it really doesn't matter if lies are misrepresented as truth if the desired end truly justifies any means to attain it? If you were the litigant and a legal judgment against you were based on false information, would you accept the decision as an accurate, proper, true and balanced judgment? Or would you see this as a mockery, an amoral strategy that was successful in denying a fundamental truth and you, your unbiased day in court? Is it a just decision when a woman is convinced to perjure herself, to bring about a verdict against unborn children, claiming that she had been raped when she had not? Or one who never intended to, nor did she, abort her child and yet her "legal desire" via her "legal representative" to end her pregnancy was elemental, central and necessary for the case to be presented for judgment. Over fifty-five million other human lives have been denied the basic human right to eat, pray, love, walk, talk, run, comfort, cry, grieve, be comforted...to simply exist...based on lies. Isn't it terrible to contemplate when even one life is taken based on lies and how horrifically compounded it is when realizing that, to date, more than fifty-five million have been lost to the final solution of abortion. Why do we tolerate, be it in the name of a strategy of deception, amoral political philosophy or chic mantra, so many being sacrificed to the flawed and self-serving creed of "any desired end can be justified by any means"?