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Friday, August 18, 2017

Take A Few Minutes to Be A Voice

Take A Few Minutes to Be A Voice
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Take a few minutes to be a voice. To do so you need not even leave this webpage!

Take A Few Minutes to Be A Voice Sign Prolife Petition Calling for Abortion Ban

You can take a few minutes to be a voice. You need only add your name to two prolife campaigns. Two petitions. Petition One involves an abortion ban AND strengthening alternatives. Of course, we know that abortion kills over 3500 babies daily. In the U.S. alone! All of us who are prolife want abortion to be illegal. We want it to be banned. Yes, many advance the "coat hanger" theory to argue against illegal abortion. That is, they argue that women "need" abortions. This theory betrays ignorance about alternatives. Apologists for this theory don't realize that an estimated 17,000 community clinics exist that serve women and babies. They forget that there are actually no "unwanted" children. Many couples are desperate to adopt. Their first choice are babies. But there is a serious shortage of babies. The reason? Abortion snuffed out their lives. Many of these babies could have been wanted and loved in an adoptive home. This petition goes further than calling for an abortion ban. It calls for funding for the estimated 17,000 community clinics. Subsidies for qualified adoptive couples would be helpful. So this petition calls for this. And what about a new alternative to replace abortion? Two-year temporary foster care? This campaign calls for this to be law in all 50 states. To be optional for those who want children "but not now." To end a tragic epidemic and improve alternatives, sign the embedded petition below. Have you signed it? Then share this post! Outside the U.S.? Share this post so your U.S. friends can sign it! Thank you.

Sign this petition also on Petition2Congress:

Take A Few Minutes to Be A Voice Sign Prolife Petition to Make Banning Abortion Bi-Partisan

You can take a few minutes to be a voice. Right on this second petition. We who are prolife or abolitionist want abortion banned. Unfortunately, we must be realistic. Banning abortion and protecting the unborn is now partisan. Divisive. I can't count the number of times I've heard it argued that this is a "Republican issue." An abortion ban and prolife advocacy are considered "conservative concerns." I know why this is. Planned Parenthood now owns the Democratic leadership. Planned Parenthood has paid off DEmocratic leaders. My hope and prayer is that God will raise up a prolife Democrat to eventually fill the Democratic Chairmanship! First of all, let me define a "prolife Democrat." This is a person who identifies with the Democratic Party on all social justice and economic issues. But this person upholds the right of the unborn to live. He or she wants to fight for the unborn within the Democratic Party. Doing so would make protecting the unborn a bi-partisan issue. As the buzzwords say, United we stand and divided we fall. This is especially true when trying to abolish a social evil through being part of the solution. Thus I hope that you'll sign the embedded petition below. If you've already signed it, then simply share this page. Outside the U.S.? THen share this page so your U.S. friends can sign! Thank you.

Thank you for your support!

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Abortion and This 2016 Election

Abortion and This 2016 Election
Political-Religious Meme

Vote prolife!

Protect the unborn with your votes!

Vote for those who have no voice!

Vote for the candidate who will end abortion!

If you stay home babies will die!

If you don't vote prolife you have innocent blood on your hands!

Abortion and This 2016 Election Current Situation

Currently, things remain the same. Abortion keeps killing about 3500 babies daily. In the U.S. alone! We all know that. Some stereotypical women no doubt still choose abortion for their own convenience. A few women may use abortion as a "backup" form of birth control. The word and the topic remain divisive and partisan. It's so divisive that I have to use the "politics" tag for this site and my other prolife site. Otherwise, I fear people can't find these sites. Protecting the unborn remains a "Conservative" and Republican "issue." Pay equity, sexual assault, sexual harassment and rape laws? It's "liberals" and Democrats who specialize in these women's "issues." We've politicized our advocacy of issues facing moms and babies. Most people still view abortion as reproductive freedom, bodily autonomy and private health care. Women usually don't know how to find or access alternatives. Things haven't changed.

Babies continue to die.

Abortion continues to haunt all those left behind. Especially moms.

Abortion and This 2016 Election Abortion and the Two Presidential Campaigns

This partisan abortion debate affects this 2016 election. Currently, we have two Presidential candidates. Both have high "Unfavorability" ratings. Scandals and the appearance of corruption taint both of them. For different reasons, voters see both of them as unfit for the position of U.S. President. One's scandals lie in the appearance of crony capitalism, conflicts of interest, cover-ups, and duplicity. Her email scandals leave her judgment highly suspect. One scandal after another, past and present, mark the other candidate. Even in the primaries, videotape has captured his unPresidential conduct for all to witness. I need not go into all he has said. Most of us know it too well. He's bragged about putting people out of their homes. Allegations of fraud abound, including a university, a foundation, fraudulent diet products, business ties to other countries, and grossly low pay of foreign workers making his products. Most serious Christians and prolifers don't support Hillary Clinton because of her advocacy of "women's right to choose." Donald Trump? Despite his ghastly, divisive rhetoric and all the allegations against him, Christians and most the prolife community back him. Why? Despite all the lies he has been caught in, prolifers and Christians trust this candidate to keep his word to protect religious liberty and the unborn. In the meantime, he gets worse. Evangelical support is wavering.

Babies continue to die.
Abortion continues to haunt those left behind. Especially moms.

Abortion and This 2016 Election Does the End Justify the Means?

Our ability to rationalize is boundless. I know why Christians and the prolife community have rejected one candidate. I see why they support the other candidate. We have to vote prolife, don't we? We want to preserve our free speech and religious liberties, don't we? Day after day, all over the Internet, I have seen many in our camp defend a candidate who has been accused of felony frauds, sexual misconduct, ties to foreign nations and with many lawsuits against him. He has been caught on tape bragging about being a sex offender. Yet because he says he'll protect the unborn and our religious liberties, these things justify his actions. "Hillary would be worse," many of them say. "Trump will save us from her. Vote Trump!" Yes, we must keep fighting for the unborn. And we mustn't take our religious freedoms for granted. Yet is a candidate who has exhibited the character Trump has, worthy of prolife, Christian votes? To put it plainly, is voting for this anti-abortion candidate voting prolife? Many believe that we "have to" vote for Trump because voting for a thoroughly prolife, Christian, Third Party candidate would be a "throwaway vote." So now the Church of Jesus Christ is divided over the election of a President as are many in the prolife community. Where does this leave us?

Babies continue to die.
Abortion continues to haunt those left behind. Especially the moms.

Abortion and This 2016 Election Consistently Prolife Voting

We have no easy answers this year. Vote for Hillary and vote against the unborn? Most of us automatically reject her as our candidate. Yet we remain oddly open to Donald Trump despite his life and values that are NOT Christlike. He has promised to appoint all conservative justices to the Supreme Court. He's guaranteed to protect religious liberties. He says he'll defund Planned Parenthood. Great promises. Yet most of us know that he has been caught in numerous lies. Blogs have documented many of his lies. So how can we trust his promises to uphold these values we hold dear? We can't! Yet we tell ourselves that we have to "hold our nose" and "vote for the lesser of two evils." And is is Donald Trump a lesser evil? I'm not telling anyone how to vote. I'm sure most of you have your minds made up. Yet I'm feel quite depressed, sick, and angry at so many among us who continue to back a candidate who shows zero respect for women, minorities, those with disabilities, and anyone who doesn't like him or agree with him. Is voting prolife mean voting for a merely "antiabortion" candidate? If we considered ethical, prolife and godly Third Party candidates and lined up behind them, we could keep both Trump and Clinton out of the White House. We have three weeks to decide. Babies continue to die.

Abortion continues to haunt those left behind. Especially the moms.

No matter what the outcome of this election, we can still make our voices heard. Please take a few minutes to sign this petition. Then share it freely.

Friday, October 14, 2016

Prolife With Exceptions?

I'm prolife with exceptions. I believe life is sacred.

I'm prolife but I think abortion should be available in the early weeks of pregnancy.

Life begins at conception but rape or incest victims should be able to get abortions.

Yes, life is sacred but it's wrong to knowingly have a child who will be disabled.

Prolife with Exceptions? What Exceptions?

You read about exceptions. Many people call themselves prolife. They oppose abortion in most cases. Abortion must never be used for convenience. It must be severely restricted. Yet sometimes it can't be avoided. Or such people believe. I have heard arguments for each of these exceptions. Many believe that women should be able to "choose" in the early months of pregnancy. They can't believe that life begins at conception, can they? Maybe they hold that it starts at implantation. This is the same reason such prolife people can support oral contraceptives. They can cause early abortions. The other exceptions seem to be consistent with many people's beliefs that life begins at conception. Many ardent prolifers sharply condemn such "prolife with exceptions" individuals as actually being pro-choice or even pro-abortion. Is this so?

Prolife with Exceptions? The Rationalizations

It's easy to rationalize the exceptions. In fact, those who allow abortion "exceptions" have good hearts. They want to protect most unborn children. They just can't bring themselves to totally restrict all abortion. Those who allow very early abortions rationalize that we "can't really prove" that life begins at conception. Those who advocate abortion in the case of poor prenatal diagnoses tell themselves (and others) that abortion is actually responsible in these cases. "How can you knowingly bring a child with birth defects into the world to go through life that way?" "Such a child should not have to go through life and suffer." "Such children would never have a life." And we know what the arguments are in cases of sexual assault pregnancies. "It's cruel and unfair to make a rape or incest victim carry a forced pregnancy to term." "She couldn't want such a baby." "Such a baby can only remind her of her trauma and re-victimize her." But studies show that abortion doesn't help people in these situations. In fact, abortion has just brought on a new set of problems with the grief, shame and guilt that come with it. AS for early abortions, who's to say that we can disprove that life begins at conception? In each of these cases, babies are involved as well as parents in murky or difficult situations. How do we deal with this?

Prolife With Exceptions? My Experiences

I have experience with this. Many years ago, I recall that my late grandmother said something about sexual assault pregnancies. To paraphrase her: "And you better hope you don't get raped and then get pregnant. I would never want to have a rape baby!" Quite a bit more recently, my own mom has warned me: "If my grandchild gets pregnant from rape, she will get an abortion!" It has always been chilling when she, to this day, declares: "If a baby is diagnosed with a birth defect, a woman should not have to have that baby! How irresponsible to make a child go through life with a disability. And what is the use of having a baby who won't live long after birth? No, they should be able to terminate those pregnancies." This last one chills me because scientists are trying to isolate an "autism gene" that can be diagnosed in utero. Both my daughter (and now myself) have been officially diagnosed with with PDD-NOS, an autistic spectrum disorder. Also, I'm diagnosed with a genetic condition, Marfan's Syndrome. I have known many other children and adults who many people would say would have been "better off aborted." When a doctor offered me prenatal testing, I was "informed" about abortion as an "option." "After all, it's legal," the specialist reminded me. But what is legal isn't always right.

Prolife with Exceptions? Who Are the Exceptions? What Do They Think?

We talk a lot about being inclusive. If we set limits on whose life is worth being protected, we aren't being inclusive. According to my research and personal experience, those among the "exceptions" aren't better off never having been born. I know of numerous people who are conceived in rape, have had children from rape, or have genetic conditions or special needs. They don't agree that they're better off dead. I don't know of any "exceptions" who wish they had been been aborted. But I know of many who work diligently to end all abortion and to "save the one percent." You can find some of them here. I know of very few "exceptions" who advocate for abortion. Moms who become moms from rare or have children with special needs love their children as much as anyone. Those who have special needs are usually glad to be alive. Even those who deal with depression or mental health issues aren't "better off never being born"! Aren't we glad that God didn't have "exceptions" when He gave His Son for us? Aren't you glad God sees things differently from how we see them?

Prolife with Exceptions? Let's Stop Setting Limits

We don't want to be seen as fanatical. Those without "exceptions" are seen as "extremists." Also, in good faith, we may not see how women can be "forced" to carry babies to term. I sympathize, especially in the case of rape victims and those told that their babies have genetic conditions. I sincerely hope, that as a mom, I'll never have to deal with my daughter facing a sexual assault pregnancy. In our pro-choice family, she would be pressured to get an abortion. I would have to go against them to ensure that she choose life in that trauma. And I don't think parents should be coerced into getting prenatal testing. In fact, I think we need reforms in prenatal testing. Best of all, we need to keep working diligently to ban all abortion. At the same time, we need stronger and better laws. THese laws should make alternatives more appealing to women. So let Congress hear from us. Sign the petition below. Then share it!

Support this 100% Prolife Petition on Petition2Congress. No exceptions!, the image source for the meme at the top of this page, can be found Here.

Monday, October 3, 2016

Does Abortion Advance Women's Interests?

Does Abortion Advance Women's Interests?
Prolife Meme by Human Coalition

Don't take away our health care!

Stand with Planned Parenthood! Stand with women.

Give women the right to choose.

Planned Parenthood serves women and saves lives!

Women need access to abortion!

Without abortion right forget women's equality!

Does Abortion Advance Women's Interests? How Did Abortion Come to Be Seen As Pro-Women?

People widely see Planned Parenthood(PP) as advancing women's interests. How is it that people who have never set foot in a PP can praise it? "Planned Parenthood is a wonderful charity!" people gush. Even today, I heard a family member say this! The person in question has never been inside PP's doors. Years ago, then Presidential Candidate Al Gore declared: "Under my Presidency women'll have the right to choose and this right will never be taken way!" In pro-abortion rallies, women will hold up signs like: "Take the rosaries off our ovaries!" and "Don't take our birth control away!" "Planned Parenthood provides free health care for poor women!" people declare passionately. So birth control devices and abortion have come to be seen as essential women's rights. Pro-abortion advocates commonly refer to abortion as "choice" and "access to women's health care." PP's tagline on their website is "care, no matter what." When asked about his opposition to a prolife law, President Obama stated, "It may threaten care."

Does Abortion Advance Women's Interests? Was Abortion Always Seen As Pro-Women?

Abortion wasn't always seen this way. Early feminists like Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Alice Paul, and others, opposed abortion. So do today's prolife feminists. They declare that "Abortion is a sign of women's oppression not women's equality." Granted, abortion was illegal when the early feminists opposed it. Would they have opposed legal abortion? I had reviewed Prolife Feminism: Yesterday and Today on another blog. It provides essays written by early feminists like the ones mentioned above. They celebrated pregnancy and motherhood as totally natural. Abortion is deplored as men exploiting women for their own gain. So how did abortion come to be seen as pro-women? According to their "About Me" info on their website, PP has been around for about 100 years. PP activists actively advanced their agenda well before Roe.vs Wade in 1973, according to Blessed Are the Barren: the Social Policy of Planned Parenthood. This book chronicles their agenda to legalize all birth control and abortion. This agenda is known as NARAL. Because of this society widely sees abortion and birth control as pro-women. So now we have "safe, legal abortion." But has it made enhanced women's interests? Has it furthered society's interests?

Does Abortion Advance Women's Interests? Female Concerns and Objections

Abortion divides us along party lines. Sadly. It's so bitterly divisive that the average prolife Christian hesitates to talk about it. The topic comes up in my household. Here are objections I hear that I know are typical: "You never will overturn Roe vs. Wade, ever. If it was made illegal, women would just put coat-hangers up themselves." "Every woman should have the right to get an abortion, especially in the early weeks of pregnancy." "Babies diagnosed with birth defects are better off aborted." "Women who are raped should NOT be punished with a baby. If MY granddaughter were raped she would be getting an abortion!" "All these crimes against kids are proof that women should have abortions. These kids would have been better off aborted." "Prolife is men telling women what to do." Yes, women are the ones who get pregnant. They're the ones who must carry these babies to term. They're the ones who often face the responsibilities of raising these children. Yes, abortion affects men also. That's a topic I tried to tackle in an earlier post.

Does Abortion Advance Women's Interests? Showing What Serves Her

The prolife movement has an image. The majority of the general public see prolifers as caring for babies at the expense of women. I know this is unintentional. Prolifers care about women as much as babies, often using the phrase, "Love Them Both." Birthright International, a pregnancy help nonprofit, uses "We Love Them Both" as the tagline on their website. Pregnancy resource centers (PRCs) place women at the center of all they do. I have visited PRCs and done much research on them. Their websites bear the same thing out. But many prolife advocates place the unborn at the center of what they do. By default, they come off as seeing women as almost adversaries of their babies. I know that some women get abortions for convenience or as a form of birth control. Many prolifers are reacting to these kind of women. But from research and experience I know many women are coerced or lured into abortion. Many may not know about or how to access alternatives. Why do women widely know about PP but may not know about PRCs? Can this have something to do with why abortion has become wedded with women's rights? Can it have something to do with why prolifers are seen as caring more for babies than for women?

Click the button below to keep sharing a petition to Congress, insisting the ALL caring professionals be required to notify clients of alternatives below. If you haven't signed it yet do so! Wouldn't this advance the true interests of women? Even before they are born?

Does Abortion Advance Women's Interests?

The above photo is courtesy of Human Coalition.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Protecting the Disabled Starts Before Birth

Protecting the Disabled Starts Before Birth
Photo Courtesy of  Melissa Thomas

Disability rights!

We don't want pity! We want acceptance and inclusion!

It's our world too!

Accept us for who we are!

Nothing about us without us!

Protecting the Disabled Starts Before Birth Some Background of Disability Discrimination

Discrimination of those with disabilities has a long history. Here's a quick summary. In ancient times such individuals typically faced ostracism, even from their families. They were treated as second-class or third-class citizens. You can read the Bible accounts of those disabled persons Jesus healed. As time went on, the standing of the disabled didn't improve much. They often lived in institutions with many others with disabilities. Typically they were deemed as needing physical protection from the world. In being "protected" the outside community couldn't see them. They were invisible. As we entered more modern times more and more scientific discoveries were made. After public policy had many institutions close down, many of these people were released into the community. They lived with their families or other relatives. They often grew up in special class settings or survived in regular education. But did things truly improve?

Protecting the Disabled Starts Before Birth The Disabled and the Church

Conditions in society had improved. That's true especially for those with physical disabilities. They were more likely to grow in in regular education and be gainfully employed as adults. Those with invisible disabilities, such as mental illness and mental disabilities or neurological conditions, seemed to do less well. And what about the Church of Jesus Christ and those with disabilities? According to research and my own experience, it seemed that disability awareness was scant among Christians. When the disability awareness was addressed it touched on the severely disabled. I have never seen disabled people serving in any position of leadership. Few of the and their families join our congregations that I have known about. We were once in a congregation that was an exception and I'm sure there are other exceptions. The same holds true in Christian education. The result? Many children and adults with all types of disabilities are unreached. People with disabilities may be the most unreached people group among us.

Protecting the Disabled Starts Before Birth Abortion and Disability Discrimination

Disability discrimination begins before birth. Courtesy of the eugenics movement, abortion is often pushed on parents who learn that their babies may have special needs. I know this from experience. My pregnancy was deemed a "high risk pregnancy." This was because I was diagnosed with Marfan's Syndrome. Marfan's is a genetic disorder and affects the heart's aorta, the eyes and one's connective tissues. Also, I was diagnosed with epilepsy, which has been fully controlled by medication for over 20 years. The clinic I was using referred me to a geneticist. He offered me amniocentesis. "If the amnio shows a birth defect, you can always terminate the pregnancy." My husband and I stated that we believed that life begins at conception. He said, "Well, you're just being offered abortion as an option in the case of a poor prenatal diagnosis. It's legal." One of my doctors, a neurologist, told me that he advises all his patients: "Don't get pregnant." Research bears out this eugenics culture. ACcording to an article, some 90 percent of parents abortion unborn children diagnosed with Down's Syndrome, according to an article that can be read here. I'm sure the abortion rate is similar for other diagnosed genetic condtions.

Protecting the Disabled Starts Before Birth Be Part of the Solution

We live in a culture strongly influenced by eugenics. I see it in my own family! Wen the topic of poor prenatal diagnosis comes up, I hear that abortion is the answer. "Why should a baby be born if he's going to suffer all his life?" "It's irresponsible to bring a baby with birth defects into this world. What a devastating way to go through life." The other day, I read the article headlines that 60 percent of Americans support abortion in the case of the Zika virus (source unknown). How can we be part of the solution? Well, we Christians need to educate ourselves about various disabilities. Are you in leadership? Invest in accommodations to include them in our congregations. Preach and teach disabilities awareness. Include those with disabilities in church life. Consider them for leadership positions. We in the prolife movement need to continue celebrating the lives of those with disabilities. We should do more about addressing their rights as born people. This avoids the idea that we are just "pro-birth." I applaud those who adopt or foster children with special needs. More of you in the position to adopt ought to consider special needs adoption.

In the meantime, will you take a simple and inclusive action?

Support a petition that is inclusive and protects those with or without disabilities! If you can't sign it because you're out of the US or have already signed, will you kindly share it so others can support it?

Ban All Abortion & Strengthen Its Alternatives!

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Stop Bashing Pro-Abortion Politicians and Advocates

Stop Bashing Pro-Abortion Politicians and Advocates
Political Meme

That woman is a wicked witch!

She's a snake!

He is a mass murderer!

She is a baby killer!


Stop Bashing Pro-Abortion Politicians and Advocates The Current Political Landscape

It's a toxic political landscape. Anyone following the news at all knows this. Politics has always brought out the worst in us. Nasty, misleading attack ads flood TV networks. This year has seen dirty politics reach new lows. I have been hearing the hate at home. I have been reading of this hare all over the Internet. On Christian sites and prolife sites the vitriol isn't as bad. But it's still there. I have seen hostile comments directed to pro-abortion politicians like Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine. I've seen them levelled at Cecile Richards, the Planned Parenthood CEO, and others. I understand why this is. These pro-abortion activists support and enable the killing of innocent babies. This isn't okay and we should speak up against it. But directing hostility, vitriol, and ill will toward these activists won't change anything. We need to expose evil without being obnoxious about it. I see posts that suggest that these individuals are pure evil incarnate, with no redeeming qualities. To you I quote Abraham Lincoln: "There is no much evil in the best of us and so much good in the worst of us that we shouldn't speak ill of any of us." Can I get an amen?

Stop Bashing Pro-Abortion Politicians and Advocates Abortion As A Polarizing Issue

Abortion is a polarizing issue. This is why it's an act of courage to talk about it. I find it saddening that the divide is often along partisan lines. That's why I provide an embedded petition Making Fighting for the Unborn a Bi-Partisan Issue! in the sticky post on this site. At this time it's seen as a "conservative" and "Republican" issue. How do we deal with this partisan divide? We're to continue to speak out against the pro-abortion agenda where we find it, even in the GOP. For some Republican politicians support abortion. We handle the deep divide in the U.S. by celebrating what we're for instead of railing at what we're against. In regard to Hillary Clinton, people have been known to rant: "Hang that traitor! Hang that traitor!" "Lock her up! Lock her up!" and "Don't vote for this b----!" While we may not agree with them, the other side are equally passionate about "protecting women's rights." How do we deal with them? Those of us who follow Jesus know that prayer is our power. This isn't because of anything about us but because of the Person Whom we pray to. So don't rail at pro-abortion activists and politicians. Pray for them!

Stop Bashing Pro-Abortion Politicians and Advocates Where Our Hope Is Found

Putting a Republican in the White House and in both Houses of Congress won't save us. We've seen that the GOP, in their own way, have exhibited moral cowardice and compromises with their own values. And what about their frequent ties to Wall Street? Their desire to give tax breaks to the wealthy? Ignoring social-economic issues facing so many in society? Every election season, politicians make their pitches to us. So often they plead: "Vote for me and I'll fix this mess!" THey tell us, in effect, that they'll be our saviors. Newsflash: No politician or activist can save us. They have no more power than God allows them to have. They may have some power; they may have lots of power. But God has power over them. I know it seems like He gives many politicians a lot of rope. We must remember that unless they repent, the ropes they have will hang them. For this reason, we pray for their salvation, repentance and conversions.

In the meantime, consider doing something positive. Something that can effect change! I'm challenging you to view the pdf file I attached to this post. Consider downloading it and printing up a paper version of a prolife petition. It's Defund Planned Parenthood AND Fund Alternatives!. Then try to gather signatures from like-minded contacts you know. Do the best you can. Then scan the paper petition with the signatures and send it to me as an attachment at Thank you for making a positive difference!

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Monday, September 12, 2016

Let's Make Protecting the Unborn Bi-Partisan!

Let's Make Protecting the Unborn Bi-Partisan!
Handmade Prolife Banner

Vote prolife. What does this usually mean?

Vote Republican.

Support prolife politicians. What does this normally mean?

Support Republican politicians.

Let's Make Protecting the Unborn Bi-Partisan! Current Situation

Protect the unborn! Yes we must do that especially because the law doesn't protect them. Why is it such a struggle? Why is the word abortion linked so strongly with politics in people's minds? Because of this, and because politics polarizes us, the abortion debate remains highly partisan and divisive. Democrats in political leadership frame this debate as women's reproductive freedom and healthcare. Sadly, protecting the unborn has become a "Republican" issue, while Democrats frame this debate as "abortion rights" and "women's healthcare." The general tendency of Republican leadership to protect the unborn would be an unmixed blessings but for the fact that their policies tend to hurt born people. Most people know the GOP as espousing policies that benefit the wealthy, like tax cuts and laws that benefit corporate America. Their policies tend to hurt low-income citizens, those with disabilities, single parents, and minority families and individuals. Democrats are good about social justice issues while ignoring the unborn and denying them their right to live. Sadly, their pro-abortion stance must be a deal-breaker even for those among us who care deeply about social justice issues (which Republicans tend to ignore). Is there any resolution for this quandary?

Let's Make Protecting the Unborn Bi-Partisan! Why We need Democrats in Prolife Advocacy

Calling prolife Democrats! Many in the prolife community, I fear, may see prolife Democrat as an oxymoron. This is unfortunate and shows how the Democratic leadership isn't only deceived but are deceiving others. They suppress the voices of Democrats who disagree with them on abortion. Planned Parenthood(PP) has paid of these Democrat leaders. To stay electable, they don't permit dissent within ther party and fear that they'll fall out of favor with PP. PP help fund Democratic candidates. What I find most disheartening are that those who used to identify as prolife Democrats, tend "flip plop" on abortion Examples are former Vice President (to Bill Clinton) Al Gore and former Congressman Richard Gephart. Currently, Democratic Vice President to Candidate Clinton, Tim Kaine, has identified as prolife Democrat. We can criticize them as selling out their principles but it shows the sad state of the Democratic Party, how comepletely PP own that party. Things must change, and we need Democrats to join us in fighting for the unborn. They can only do that if the Democratic leadership will permit dissent within their party, and give prolife DEmocrats a voice.

Let's Make Protecting the Unborn Bi-Partisan! Ideas On How to Make This Work

Prolife Democrats needed! How do we make this work? We need to welcome those in the prolife movement who identify as Democrat. We need to appeal to those in Democratic leadership. They are the ones who can permit prolife Democrats a voice. This means allowing prolife Democrats to be elected not just at local but at state and federal levels. The late Bob Casey, Sr, was a prolife Democrat who served as Governor of Pennsylvania. He fought for the unborn within his party and was popular. Republicans respected him. Planned Parenthood sued him, and they won the suit. We need more prolife Democrats like the late Bob Casey, Sr.. Below, I embedded a petition to Donna Brazile, current head of the Democratic Party. It's an appeal to her to allow prolife Democrats to have a voice within the Party, and to allow them to get elected without fear of their voices being suppressed. You don't have to be a prolife Democrat to sign or share. You only need to recognize that fighting for the unborn must be bi-partisan. You can sign this petition right on this page. Please sign the embedded petition below, even if you don't identify as Democrat. You need not leave the page to sign it.

Then visit this website and see how you can support Democrats for Life.