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What’s Airing on Pro-Life Perspective This Week? “Making the Difference for Mothers and Their Children,” Part 2

by | Dec 7, 2011

By Dave Andrusko

NRLC President Carol Tobias

As we approach the end of the year, National Right to Life President and Pro-Life Perspective Host Carol Tobias reflects on the life-saving legislation passed this year.

Mrs. Tobias begins today’s edition by recalling that “Your work and your votes mattered and paid off. Pro-life men and women who came into office in the last election cycle worked to pass laws that save lives.” Solid progress was made and the foundation for further advances established.

As you would expect the abortion lobby furiously fought all pro-life initiatives but especially “the groundbreaking Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act laws, passed in 4 states this year, and the powerful ultrasound law requiring that abortionists display an ultrasound of an unborn child for the mother to view before making an abortion decision,” according to Mrs. Tobias. “Both laws protect children and reinforce the humanity of the unborn child, keeping up front and center exactly who we’re talking about when we speak about abortion “

The blatant inconsistency is hard to miss: The abortion lobby claims to protect women while at the same time treating women as if they are too immature to be trusted to make an informed decision! 

Why did the PPFAs and NARALs fight pro-life legislation? “Make no mistake: abortion is a billion dollar industry and selling abortions is easiest when women are uninformed and uneducated about the invasive medical procedure that kills unborn children and hurts mothers,” Mrs. Tobias explains. When you listen today you might be shocked how vital a role abortion plays in this “non-profit’s” bottom line.

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