Brilliant…

Dear Supporters,

Today, Carleton Lifeline is beginning a new project on campus called “Choice”Chain which entails standing with hand held graphic images and asking people what they think about abortion. In light of the arrests and the attempt at exhibiting the “Genocide Awareness Project”, it is very uncertain at how this attempt to show graphic images will go. We have 2 advantages with “Choice” Chain that we did not have with GAP.

1) We do not have to book space. Because we are simply standing with signs (lots of students do this), to our knowledge we do not have to book standing space at the University- the idea itself is insane. Is the University going to regulate where one can stand and with what? We will find out

2) “Choice” Chain does not classify as an event because we have nothing to set up. In this way, the University cannot tell us we had to book the space to stand outside in high traffic areas.Please keep us in your thoughts today and that I will have the right words to say at the right time. Thank you all for your continued support!

Ruth President of Carleton Lifeline

5 Responses to “Choice Chain”
  1. SUZANNE says:

    Me likey :)

    Would this be on the public sidewalk?

  2. Pacheco says:

    I suspect they want to push it inside University Buildings.

  3. Garry Sahl says:

    What kind of women are our education establishments programming today, by court enforcement and government decree?

    Don’t the citizens understand that it is condemnable to elect lax politicians to our Legislatures, and Parliament where Bills are passed by majority vote into law?

    The National Women’s Party was founded by Alice Paul, and she authored the Equal Rights Amendment. Alice Paul stated, ” Abortion is the ultimate exploitation of women.” There was “no” disagreement among suffragettes.

    Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton wrote in their weekly women’s newspaper, The Revolution, ” No matter what the motive, the woman is awfully guilty who commits abortion. It will burden her conscience in life, her soul in death, but oh, thrice guilty is “he” , who drove her to the desperation which impelled her to the crime.”

    Today, Alice Paul, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Stanton would see modern feminists, courts, governments, and our atheist education establishments who promote abortion, as betraying women in the service of men.

  4. Garry Sahl says:

    After the Second World War, The Nuremberg War Crimes Tribunal, indicted ten Nazi leaders for encouraging and compelling abortions, which our justices then considered crimes against humanity. Don’t the citizens apprehend how important politics is in a democracy? What have you become?

  5. Garry Sahl says:

    If we may kill children in the womb, we may do anything at all, and great numbers of young men and women have come to be educated in our schools to think it is normal and desirable that their weak and helpless should be killed.
    Babies asleep in the warmth of their mothers womb are awakened by knife edged cannulas that suck and tear their soft young limbs, into the cold dark waters of death, by white smocked institutionally programmed physicians and nurses.
    How is it even possible for our educators, and judges to think such thoughts?

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