Thursday, February 10, 2011

Lots of great stuff going on for Life

  • Leaders Across Maryland Come Together to Celebrate Life and Question Standard of Care at Carhart Abortion Facility: In the wake of the Kermit Gosnell debacle, now is the perfect time to start demanding that other states shut down their own filthy mills. This story opens, though, with an abortion-bound mom choosing life. Great work, Maryland prolifers!

  • Ohio measure seeks to ban abortion at a heartbeat: I'd bet if you asked a typical citizen for a single developmental milestone indicating that what is in the womb is a living baby, deserving protection from violent death, they'd say, "When its heart starts beating." Ohio human rights activists are seeking to put this common-sense compassion into law.

  • Silent No More to NARAL: Roe v Wade Nothing to Celebrate: Women who had trusted the abortion lobby to look out for their best interests are holding them accountable and pointing out what ought to be obvious -- abortion is nothing to celebrate.

  • Democrats Modify "Pregnancy Center Elimination" Bill, New Text Almost as Bad: Advocates for pregnant women are standing up to abortion industry bullies in Washington state. Funny how even after the Kermit Gosnell debacle, prochoice leaders are still too busy protecting women from being annoyed by prolifers to care if women are butchered by aspiring Kermit Gosnells.

  • Pro-Life Women in Congress Want Abortion Industry De-Funded: Women both in and out of Congress are bonding together to push the message: Women deserve better than abortion.

    OperationCounterstrike said...

    The fetal heartbeat begins in the first trimester. Therefore, the Ohio measure is unconstitutional.

    Christina Dunigan said...

    Boy, we can't slip anything by you, can we?

    So, closed captioned for the obvious-impaired: That's the point. To challenge Roe and the open season seven men declared on babies.