A Lady's Ruminations

"Jane was firm where she felt herself to be right." -Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice


Monday, November 06, 2006

Support Pro-Life Candidates!

From the Susan B. Anthony List:

You can help the unborn tomorrow.
Vote for pro-life candidates tomorrow.


Rumors are flying around Washington that soon after the election a Supreme Court Justice will announce retirement because of health.

This very week, the Supreme Court will hear the Partial-Birth Abortion case.

You remember, the Partial-Birth Abortion ban was passed by Congress and signed into law by President Bush in 2003. It was immediately enjoined by pro-abortion forces, so it has never gone into effect.

That will be the fate of every piece of pro-life legislation until there is one more constitutionalist vote on the Supreme Court.

You can help change the makeup of the Supreme Court.

Your vote can make a real difference in the make-up of Congress. Every Member of Congress in the country is up for election tomorrow, and one-third of the U. S. Senate as well.

This year more than most, every vote matters. Voting does not end abortion in this country, but it does put people in office who won’t be an obstacle to this goal.

President Bush was able to appoint two new constitutionalist Justices since 2004 because pro-lifers were the majority in Congress. Just as in 2004, the Supreme Court is at stake again. The control of the Senate up for grabs again.

Give President Bush a Senate that will confirm a pro-life justice to the Supreme Court! Give next year’s 110th Congress the opportunity to pass pro-life legislation like the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act, the Unborn Victims of Violence Act, and the Child Custody Protection Act.

Whoever gets the most votes, wins. Make sure the pro-life candidates on your ballot get the most votes.

More than ever your vote matters. There are innocent lives at stake.

Marjorie Dannenfelser
President
www.sba-list.org

P.S. - Remember: one vote can make the difference! Support pro-life candidates tomorrow!

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