Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Please Pray for the Election

Click on the link above for Fr. Frank Pavone' Prayer Campaign for this year's elections.
Many of us conservatives have been discouraged with the lack of progress for the pro-life cause. The enemies of life are counting on this to keep us away from the polls, however many important pro-life issues are at stake in this election.
South Dakota is considering the first abortion ban in 33 years, parental notification for abortion is up for a vote in California, and the now infamous cloning/embryonic stem cell amendment in Missouri. Many Christians think that embryonic stem cell research will be banned if this constitutional amendment isn't approved, however,the problem is not that it won't be done, embryonic stem cell research has never been banned, it just plain doesn't work.

Jim Cavezel and Patricia Heaton explain some of the pitfalls of this amendment in this commercial.http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2006/10/25/Jim-caviezel-Patricia-he_n_32479.html

In her book, "Godless, The Church of Liberalism", Ann Coulter lists the diseases which have been successfully treated by adult stem cells which do not involve the taking of human life:
Cirrhosis of the liver,
spinal cord injuries,
Type 1 diabetes,
Crohn's disease,
lupus,sickle-cell anemia,
heart attack damage,
restoring bone marrow in cancer patients,
bone fractures,
urinary incontinence,
and Severe Combined Immunodeficiency.

An impressive list, yet the public still doesn't understand that all these diseases can be cured without sacrificing the unborn child.Please inform yourself on this issue from a reliable source, like www.EWTN.com , www.PriestsforLife.org , www.AmericanLifeLeague.org , www.HumanLifeInternational.org , and spread the word.

And, don't forget to pray, the unborn are counting on us!

1 comment:

The Dover Beachcomber said...

The prospects look a little brighter as of today (Friday, 11/3), as more people finally settle down to think seriously about the election. But whatever happens on Tuesday, we all know what we'll be doing on Wednesday: strapping on the armor of God and taking the next step forward on this long march.