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To: Elvina
It's Pro-life malpractice!

When are the Pro-Life people going to learn?

When the Iron Curtain fell the first sites taken were the TV and radio stations. So?...What should the Pro-Lifers be doing?

They should be marching in NEW YORK in front of the doors of CNN, ABC, and MSNBC! There should be a half million people standing in front to the house where the CEOs live!

Finally,...The Pro-life people need to **WIN** elections! That means:

**Doing the grunt work of purging fraudulent registrations from the voter roles and vigorously pursuing legal action against voting fraud.

** Manning the polls on election day and guarding and accounting for every vote.

** Getting every Republican to the polls to vote.

8 posted on 01/23/2010 11:35:13 AM PST by wintertime (Good ideas win! Why? Because people are not stupid!)
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To: wintertime

I agree wintertime.

It is time to change tactics.

Hold office holders and those running for office accountable.
Make them sign pro-life pledges.
Run Pro-life candidates against those that refuse.
Support pro-life candidates with campaign donations and votes.
Abortion is intrinsically evil and those that support it must be defeated.
We must get pro-life candidates elected locally, then work on the state legislative bodies to change the dynamics at the state level.

Pro-Life must organise more efficiently at the National, State and County level to funnel resources (money, legal teams, protesters) to better fight the Culture of Death forces that are imposing their minority view on the majority!

Defeat CINO’s (Christian In Name Only)candidates!
Repeal Roe v. Wade!

20 posted on 01/23/2010 2:29:11 PM PST by throwabrick (Zer-0 doesn't know what to do! Saul Alinsky never wrote about it.)
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