Yearly Archives: 2013

Thank You Texas Legislature

Now that the revised abortion law has been passed it’s time to thank our senate and house representatives.  Governor Perry is set to sign the law during the time I’m writing to you.  As a reminder, here is the link to find your reps.

As I call, I plan to say, “Thank you for standing up for the rights of our unborn babies.  I appreciate your support in voting to give babies the right to live.  Women still have the “right” to abortion in cases of rape or incest.  Women still have the “right” to say no to making babies.  But I thank you for your help in fighting against the murder of babies.  You can count on my support in future elections.”

In addition to our Thank You, let’s now pray for the Lord to intervene against the planned legal challenges already in motion.

Thank you for being among Seniors Helping America Regain Excellence.

I look forward to hearing about the responses from your reps.

Thursday, July 19, 2013.



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Regulation of Texas abortion procedures, providers, facilities.

As you may know, the Texas Senate was unable to pass Senate Bill 5 (SB 5) during the last special legislative session.  Texas bill SB 5 deals with regulating abortion procedures, providers, and facilities.  For example, it includes these items:

An abortion could not be performed or induced if a physician determined that the probable post-fertilization age of the unborn child was 20 weeks or greater.

Beginning September 1, 2014, the minimum standards for an abortion facility would be equivalent to those for an ambulatory surgical center.

The bill would prohibit anyone other than a physician from giving, selling, dispensing, administering, or prescribing an abortion-inducing drug to a pregnant woman.

The bill would adopt legislative findings that substantial medical evidence recognizes that an unborn child is capable of experiencing pain by not later than 20 weeks after fertilization and the state has a compelling interest in protecting the lives of those unborn children.

The bill would not affect the ability of a woman who became pregnant due to rape or incest from having an abortion.

You can click on this website to read the details of Texas SB 5.

Upon hearing about the rude behavior of abortion supporters attending the last Texas special legislative session (which interfered with the Senate vote procedure), I received this note from a Texas grandmother:

“Women know how to prevent pregnancy!   To stop abortions is to stop killing babies.  They (babies) can’t speak or defend themselves.  (Stopping abortions) isn’t stopping women’s’ rights; it’s for the babies.  What about the rights of a baby?”

If you agree with the passage of SB 5, will you join me in contacting your Texas State Senator?

Click on the following link to get the name and phone number of your Senator and make a call:

Remember to be respectful and polite when asking for your representative to vote in favor of SB 5 during the next Texas legislative session.

I look forward to hearing how your representative responded to your call.

Thursday, 27 June 2013

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