andthenyoucankillthebaby.com

Date: Feb 12, 2008 Length: 28:37
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broadcast tags: personhood | prolife industry

* New Domain Name: You may want to check out andthenyoucankillthebaby.com to see what can be done by those willing to barter with the lives of children by reducing the inalienable (non-transferable) God-given right to life to a second-tier negotiable matter. And see what can be done by others who just say no to those who pass laws that say andthenyoucankillthebaby:

* Johnny from Compton California: one of Bob Enyart's all-time favorite callers, pointed out correctly (although Bob was a bit slow to acknowledge Johnny's point) that we Christians need to warn others that Barak Obama is a child killer who promotes abortion. Bob completely agrees with Johnny, of course. But he made the point that the BEL audience, which after all is the brightest audience in the country, needs to be alerted to pro-choice candidates who nonetheless get endorsed by Christian pro-life leaders, and that the vast majority of our audience is very aware that every leading democrat (like most Republicans) rejects the God-given right to life of the unborn!

* South Carolina Pro-lifers: are moving ahead with their own personhood amendment! Bill:  H.3284, the "Right to Life Act of SC"

Where:  Room 511, Blatt House Office Building, SC State House complex, Columbia
When:  Thursday, February 14, at 9:00 AM
Legislative body:  Constitutional Laws Subcommittee of the SC House Judiciary Committee: www.scstatehouse.net/html-pages/housebios.html

Chair, Rep. Greg Delleney (R-Chester) - fgd@schouse.org
Rep Thad Viers (R-Myrtle Beach) - ViersT@schouse.org
Rep. Jim Harrison (R-Columbia) - HJU@schouse.org
Rep. Creighton Coleman (D-Winnsboro) - cbc@schouse.org
Rep. Fletcher Smith (R-Greenville) - FNS@schouse.org
Note:  Both Rep. Delleney and Rep. Viers are co-sponsors of H.3284 (see below).

The Right to Life Act of SC vests legal personhood at fertilization with no exceptions, thereby invoking the constitutional protections of due process and equal protection for legal "person," thereby ending legalized abortion (child-murder) in South Carolina. www.scstatehouse.net/sess117_2007-2008/bills/3284.htm 

H. 3284 STATUS INFORMATION
General Bill

Sponsors: Reps. Davenport, Vick, Huggins, Bingham, Toole, Hamilton, Leach, Shoopman, G.M. Smith, Bedingfield, Simrill, Littlejohn, Owens, Rice, G. Brown, Barfield, M.A. Pitts, E.H. Pitts, Loftis, J.R. Smith, G.R. Smith, Weeks, Whitmire, Viers, Pinson, Talley, Mahaffey, Duncan, Mulvaney, Cato, Walker, Lowe, White, Spires and Delleney

Article 5 Right to Life

Section 1-1-310.    This article may be cited as the 'Right to Life Act of South Carolina'.
Section 1-1-320.    The right to due process, whereby no person may be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law, and the right to equal protection of the laws, both of which rights are guaranteed by Article I, Section 3 of the Constitution of this State, vest at fertilization."
SECTION    2.    This act takes effect upon approval by the Governor.

Thanks guys for serving the Lord and the innocent in South Carolina! Great job!

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