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We have no choice but to fight for the lives of the most helpless of all human beings - the unborn.
The Supreme Court put the battle in the political arena. We fight where the fight is.
Because we are involved politically by distributing voters guides and encouraging citizens to contact their representatives when important life issues are being legislated, donations are not deductible for income tax purposes.
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If your representatives have voted pro-life, call or email them to thank them and encourage them to be steadfast.
If not, contact them to express the life facts and citizen responsibilities surrounding the issue.
Know of a college student away from home or a shut-in or anyone who is not in the area when it is time to vote? Have them verify voter registration to make sure they are registered and then help them vote by absentee ballot.
YOU HAVE AN OBLIGATION
THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE
The Declaration of Independence states:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness." Is it greed, arrogance, or ignorance that keeps some people from following such simple logic?
The term "all men" has always meant "all human beings" and it is a biological fact that an embryo from a human being is a human being. So, "all men are created equal." The debate is, "When are men/human beings created?" Biology says from the moment of fertilization.
As a citizen of the United States you have an obligation to support the Declaration of Independence.
The right to life is the fundamental right of every human being upon which all other rights are contingent. A system of relative values for human life poses a grave public threat as has been shown by the history of mankind.
The 1973 Supreme Court decision in Roe v Wade basically said that they could not determine when an unborn became a human being or a person - ignoring evidence of biological and socialogical sciences and even our English language. And so they stripped the unborns right to life.
The Supreme Court decision in Doe v Bolton basically legalized abortion through all stages of pregnancy, including grueling partial birth abortion - all on the basis of "mother's health" - interpreted freely to include the inconvenience of the mother!
Embryonic Stem Cell Research has been going on for 25 years without a single success and so big money interests wanting a return on their investments turn to federal funding. January 11, 2007 saw 15 more House members voting for federal funding.
Most people do not realize that Embryonic Stem Cells, if ever successful, will have obvious rejection problems that will require cloning in order to be successful.
Adult Stem Cells don't have rejection problems and have treated/cured thousands of people in over 70 diseases.
It doesn't stop at cloning as their are all sorts of immoral experiments being done in the Bio-Tech industry, such as mating animals of different species.