Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Forty years too many

National Pro-Life Alliance

Dear John,

Our members' response has been awesome.

I can't tell you how great it is to see the number of NPLA members, families and young people who have signed up to help out at the March for Life in the cold of January.

More than 200,000 people are expected to be there.

Such an enormous protest shows how unpopular Roe v. Wade remains.  But it's also a great opportunity to do something to stop the slaughter.

Every year we still find people at the March who have not heard of the Life at Conception Act and how we can use the Supreme Court's own roadmap to overturn Roe v. Wade.

And every year we add thousands of additional signatures to our petition to overturn Roe by passing a Life at Conception Act.

I know some of you can't make it, and I understand.

But I would like to ask something of you instead. Even if you can't make it, will you make a special effort this coming week to pray for the unborn?

Forty years is a long time...and the devastating toll is 56 million unborn babies slaughtered for the mere crime of being "inconvenient."

So, please pray for those of us who are participating in this coming March for Life, but especially pray for elected officials in Congress whose votes have the power of life and death over the unborn.

For those who might be coming, but haven't yet had the chance to sign up to help at the March, and think that you or somebody you know might come, it's not too late.  Just look for our banner near the stage on the right.

National Pro-Life Alliance March for Life Banners

My staff and I would love to meet you, shake your hand and give you petitions to distribute.

I look forward to seeing you there Friday!

For Life,
Martin Fox
Martin Fox, President       
National Pro-Life Alliance 

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