Friday, January 20, 2006

Stop The Genocide!

This is an email I received from the ACLJ regarding the genocidal war that liberals have been waging in America since 1973. How many more helpless and innocent human beings will the American communist regime slaughter in the name of women’s rights, and reproductive freedom before we stop them?

Dear Americans,
On January 22, 1973, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down its infamous ruling in the case known as Roe v. Wade.
Within a few days, we'll mark the 33rd anniversary of that sad day, when the high court declared that human children prior to birth are not ''persons'' to be recognized under the Constitution.
The abortion lobby has chosen to ''forget'' the 45 million or more babies who have died since then. Organizations like the National Organization for Women, Planned Parenthood, and NARAL will cheer for the women who exercised their ''freedom.'' The media will beat the drum for ''choice.''
Our commitment to life has been unwavering from the day we launched the American Center for Law and Justice, and it will stand. We will continue to fight:
  1. to preserve the federal ban on partial-birth abortion,

  2. to preserve parent notification laws,

  3. to see conservative, pro-life judges and Justices nominated and confirmed to sit on federal court benches,

  4. to preserve the right to protest abortion peacefully, and

  5. to protect medical-field workers who decline to engage in abortion-related activities.
In fact, just weeks ago, we filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court against a law requiring all Illinois pharmacists to dispense the notorious ''morning after'' pill and other so-called ''emergency contraceptives.'' Pharmacists have actually lost their jobs because they refused to give abortion pills to customers.
And we need your help - because we face opponents with a tremendous array of resources, financial and legal: the ACLU - Planned Parenthood - the National Organization for Women - NARAL - the list goes on.
They will not give up. There are millions of dollars at stake - and little or no concern for the unborn child, whose heart beats innocently in the womb of its mother.

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