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To the countless Americans who are unemployed, I have this to say to you. Do not lose hope. You are our hope. In you lies the promise of our future. And as long as your gifts and talents are not being employed for the betterment of our civil society then the promise of our future is lost.
We're already rationing health care, Fordham University ethicist Charles C. Camosy argues in his book, so why not reconsider the resources expended on premature babies?