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November/December 2009
Vol. 36,  No. 11-12

A Child is Born


 


Urgent – Condition Red
Tell Congress NO to Pro-Abortion Health Care Bills!

WASHINGTON – At NRL News deadline on December 9, 2009, both houses of Congress were heavily engaged in consideration of mammoth “health care reform” bills. Pro-abortion President Barack Obama has declared that enactment of such legislation is his top domestic priority.

On November 7, the House of Representatives narrowly passed one version of such legislation, H.R. 3962. In a major pro-life victory, the House first adopted an NRLC-backed amendment, sponsored by pro-life representatives Bart Stupak (D-Mi.) and Joe Pitts (R-Pa.), that removed the worst pro-abortion components of the legislation, by a vote of 240 to 194 (see roll call, pages 19-21). However, the bill still contained objectionable elements on other pro-life issues.

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Vol. 36, No. 11-12

 

From the President

Wanda Franz, Ph.D.

OUR MESSAGE IS TAKING HOLD
By Wanda Franz, Ph.D.

In March of 1993, a Gallup poll determined that about a third of respondents (32%) wanted abortion to be “legal under any circumstances.” In the same year, Mark Donald of the Dallas Observer (5/18/1995) wrote this:

On June 28, 1993, Charlotte [Taft, then director of the Routh Street Women’s Clinic in Dallas] publicly aired her evolving views about abortion. ‘We have learned a great deal from the movement that calls itself pro-life,’ Charlotte told the Dallas Morning News. ‘We (the pro-choice movement) were hiding from women some of the pieces of the truth about abortion that were threatening.... It is a kind of killing, and most women seeking abortion know that.’ …

But the reaction to Charlotte’s public pronouncement was swift—and the response certain. Kate Michelman, president of the National Abortion Rights Action League, was quoted as saying she ‘would never tell someone they are killing through abortion’; instead, she would say ‘they were terminating a stage of fetal development and potential life.’”

In other words, pro-abortionists should withhold the truth.

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