Some ProLife Candidates will join forces with Savethe1 President, Rebecca Kiessling, and Vice President, Darlene Pawlik, to talk about how NH citizens can protect the Right to Life on Thursday, July 31st 2014. Among them will be Gubernatorial candidate, Andrew Hemingway and Senator Bob Smith, Honorable Representatives, Senators and candidates from all over the state.
The people of New Hampshire have a formidable foe in Planned Parenthood of Northern New England (PPNNE). PPNNE receives well over a million dollars in State and Federal subsidies to use for marketing, administration and operating costs. This giant has killed untold numbers of NH citizens.
NH has no reporting requirements, thanks to efforts of abortion supporters. NH has virtually no provisions that would protect women from deceptive practices, unsafe clinic conditions, fraud or coercion at all. NH’s Legislature has been filled with supporters of the abortion industry for way too long.
We, the people, have a great opportunities to get to know our candidates. There have already been a number of liberty groups around the state that have provided forums for candidates to share their views. New Hampshire Right to Life is hosting, what I consider to be the most important issue forum, a gathering of ProLife candidates.
Without the Right to Life there can be no liberty, no pursuit of happiness and no potential for ingenuity or prosperity.
You and I can make a difference. We can fill the House and Senate with people who respect the Right to Life and care about women enough to provide better choices for women who feel trapped by unplanned pregnancy. Policy makers who respect the Right to Life will usually respect our other God given rights, such as the right to liberty, self protection and the right to property. It follows logically.
According to the Declaration of Independence, “all men are created equal” and “we are endowed by our Creator with certain inalienable rights, among these are the Right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness” that this includes everyone, regardless of age, size, location, socioeconomic status, level of development, degree of dependence or circumstance of their conception.
We all deserve a chance to live out our destiny.