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Pro-life leader: given choice between supporting political establishment and life, I choose life

Posted in Heartbeat Bill with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 9, 2014 by saynsumthn

Janet PorterLast month, Faith 2 Action founder, Janet Porter held a rally and press conference in front of the Ohio statehouse to ask the Governor and the legislature to protect unborn babies by passing the Heartbeat bill.

The Heartbeat law would protect unborn children from abortion at the point a heartbeat can be detected.

The group’s message to Gov. John Kasich, House Speaker William Batchelder and Senate President Keith Faber read:

Every day in Ohio, 70 babies with beating hearts are brutally killed by abortion–something you pledged to END (not just regulate). These are not statistics. They are real babies who will fill these clothes if only you will call upon the legislature to pass the Heartbeat Bill for you to sign into law. Please make protecting these babies a top priority before the election. The price of inaction is far too high.”

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To drive her point home, Porter, along with several local pastors, delivered 70 empty baby outfits, which represent the actual of unborn children that would be saved each day if Ohio were to pass the Heartbeat Bill.

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Porter now says that the Governor has refused to listen to their requests to pass the Heartbeat Bill, so she has penned an open letter to the Governor, threatening to not vote for him, which has been published in the Cincinnati Enquirer:

Porter writes, “I voted for John Kasich for Governor and was thrilled when he won. That’s because I knew him to be a man who would do what was right, no matter the cost.

Back in the 1990’s, Congressman Kasich asked me to speak at events on his behalf. I readily agreed. Then, like now, he had a weak opponent. But I campaigned my heart out for him anyway – speaking at candidate forums and even debating his opponent.

Then, when I ran for Republican State Central Committee against the “establishment” Secretary of the Party, I ran with the endorsement of Congressman Kasich. When John called me on Election Night, I told him the preliminary results were 60-40. He responded with consolation.

“Don’t feel bad,” he said. “They spent more money to campaign against you then they did me!” He rattled off all the mailers and phone calls he had received against me. When I told him it was 60-40 in my favor, he couldn’t believe it. You see, he didn’t really expect me to win, but John Kasich was willing to support the underdog if he thought it was the right thing to do.

That was back when I was legislative director of Ohio Right to Life, when we dreamed of the day we could do more than just regulate abortion. That day is here.

But today’s Republican establishment is too fearful to do the right thing. The Heartbeat Bill, which will protect unborn children with detectable heartbeats, passed the Ohio House last session, but Republicans in the Ohio Senate broke their promise to pass it “after the election.”

So I called on Governor Kasich. In fact, I called everyone I knew who was close to Kasich, imploring them to enlist his help to pass the Heartbeat Bill before the 2012 session clock ran out. I reached out to legislators, cabinet members, his closest advisors – and several hand-delivered a letter from Dr. Jack Willke, founder of Right to Life, pleading for the governor’s help.

He got the letter, but he did not act.

Nearly 100,000 dead babies later, we are still asking the governor to make protecting lives a priority.

Three weeks ago, I met with the governor’s legislative director and HHS assistant policy director, and was assured that our message to the Governor would be placed on his desk. Our message was attached to 70 empty baby outfits – representing the daily cost of inaction.

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Some “leaders” are patting themselves on the back for regulating how and where we kill children. Their results? More than 23,000 dead babies every year in our state – the equivalent of a stadium full of people. If you think killing a stadium full of people each year is something to be celebrated, you’re either a terrorist or you’ve lowered the bar on what it means to be pro-life a bit too far.

We’ve heard the excuse that the lower courts won’t like it. No kidding. The lower courts didn’t like our ban on late-term partial birth abortion either. Even the Supreme Court said no, before reversing itself seven years later. To never challenge Roe v. Wade is to embrace its bloody consequences.

I’m calling on the John Kasich I used to know. The guy who would do what was right no matter what the political establishment thought. Governor, I’m asking you to fight to pass the Heartbeat Bill as if lives depend on it. Because they do.

Break away from the status quo establishment, and do what is right – before the election. Because given the choice between supporting the political establishment and life, I choose life.”

Letter and Vid against Ohio GOv Janet Porter

To increase the pressure on the Governor, Porter has asked her supporters to publish her cartoon video on social media.

The vid tells the Governor, “We need you to fight for our children because the cost of delay is just too high.”

It asks voters, “If you hired someone to do a job, and they didn’t do it, would you hire them again?

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The cartoon suggests that Ohio politicians are putting off saving as many lives from abortion as they could.

Everyday of delay, we lose a school bus full of children the Heartbeat bill would protect,” the vid warns.

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The cartoon vid asks Janet’s supporters to contact the Governor and tell him to, “call for a Vote on the pro-life Heartbeat bill before he asks us to hire him again.”

Pro-life pastors pray outside Ohio state house for passage of Heartbeat Bill

Posted in Heartbeat Bill with tags , , , , on September 17, 2014 by saynsumthn

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On Wednesday, September 17, 2014, Janet Porter, founder of Faith 2 Action, along with several pastors delivered 70 empty baby outfits to Ohio lawmakers, which represent the actual of unborn children that would be saved each day if Ohio were to pass the Heartbeat Bill.
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A tag attached to each onesie says “70 babies with beating hearts are brutally killed by abortion” every day in Ohio.

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Porter held a rally and press conference in front of the statehouse where Pastors gathered to pray. ( H/T Katherine Marple )

The group’s message to Gov. John Kasich, House Speaker William Batchelder and Senate President Keith Faber states:

Every day in Ohio, 70 babies with beating hearts are brutally killed by abortion–something you pledged to END (not just regulate). These are not statistics. They are real babies who will fill these clothes if only you will call upon the legislature to pass the Heartbeat Bill for you to sign into law. Please make protecting these babies a top priority before the election. The price of inaction is far too high.”

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The bill could ban abortions as early as six weeks into a pregnancy.

House Bill 248 has not had any hearings since it was introduced in August 2013 with the support of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar from TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting.”

The Heartbeat law would protect unborn children from abortion at the point a heartbeat can be detected.

Ohio Pro-lifers to deliver empty baby outfits in Capital to push Heartbeat Bill

Posted in Heartbeat Bill with tags , , , , , , , , , on September 16, 2014 by saynsumthn

Janet PorterAccording to Janet Porter, founder of Faith 2 Action, pro-lifers will be delivering 70 empty baby outfits, which represent the actual of unborn children that would be saved each day if Ohio were to pass the Heartbeat Bill.

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Porter says there will be a rally and press conference Wednesday, September 17th, at the Ohio Statehouse on High Street at 10 a.m. until 1:00 p.m, and will include Porter and many area pastors:

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The group’s message to Governor Kasich states:

Every day in Ohio, 70 babies with beating hearts are brutally killed by abortion–something you pledged to END (not just regulate). These are not statistics. They are real babies who will fill these clothes if only you will call upon the legislature to pass the Heartbeat Bill for you to sign into law. Please make protecting these babies a top priority before the election. The price of inaction is far too high.”

The Heartbeat law would protect unborn children from abortion at the point a heartbeat can be detected.

Those interested can find out more here.

Planned Parenthood’s newest marketing ploy: Prayer

Posted in Planned Parenthood church, Planned Parenthood Clergy, Planned Parenthood Prays with tags , , , , , , , on August 27, 2014 by saynsumthn

After an the public rose up against abortion giant Planned Parenthood when they published their Pastoral / Clergy letters encouraging abortion, which I document here and another letter here, they are at it again:

Planned Parenthood is having a “prayer event” in Columbus, OH Thursday afternoon.

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The promoters of child killing, masturbation, BDSM, sexual promiscuity, who hides child rape and was founded in racism and eugenics by a Klan speaker will gather at the statehouse in Ohio…to…pray????

Can you take these people seriously?

More on Planned Parenthood prays here.

Ohio abortionist lies to patient says he cannot remove laminaria or stop abortion

Posted in Abortion clinic, Abortion clinic sued, Abortion complication, Abortion lawsuit, Abortionist, Abortionist and Live Birth with tags , , , , , , , , on July 23, 2014 by saynsumthn

An Ohio abortion doctor has been sued after he told a woman that she could not reverse her decision to abort her child once the procedure had begun.

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According to the lawsuit, on March 2010, the woman referred to as SS, who is from West Virginia, traveled to Ohio to receive an abortion. She went to Dr. Martin Ruddock at the Center for Women’s Health, Inc., in Cleveland. SS was in her second trimester of pregnancy.

Abortionist Ruddock first saw SS on March 16, 2010 when she signed six informed-consent forms at his office. The woman claims she signed the forms prior to ever seeing Ruddock and that required counseling was not provided 24 hours in advance of the abortion procedure.

SS was informed that because of her stage of pregnancy, Ruddock would have to first place dilators, known as laminaria, into her cervix during the first two days, and that the abortion would not be
completed until the third day, which would have been March 18, 2010.

On March 16, 2010, Ruddock examined SS and placed three laminaria into her cervix. During the procedure, SS experienced pain and uncertainty and indicated that she wanted to stop.

Ruddock informed her that it was not possible. According to SS, Ruddock informed her that her water had already broken; that he could not stop; that she could not revoke consent once the procedure had begun; and that if the procedure were stopped, the child would suffer from mental retardation. The procedure continued, and the laminaria were inserted. An abortion procedure report was used to document the procedure.

The next day, SS went to another doctor who removed the laminaria and informed her that her water had not been broken. On March 18, 2010, SS returned to Ruddock’s office and was given a refund after signing a “laminaria removal release.”

SS’s pregnancy resulted in the birth of a healthy baby.

SS sued Ruddock and the trial court granted Ruddock’s motion and dismissed the complaint and all claims raised therein with prejudice. This was based on the language of the laminaria release that the patient signed. So SS took her case to the Ohio Supreme Court which noted that the language in the release did not exempt Ruddock from liability concerning violations of Ohio’s informed consent law, medical record release laws, fraud and misrepresentation claims regarding the pregnancy itself, or spoliation of evidence claims. In May of 2014 the Ohio Supreme Court found there were reasonable grounds for the appeal and reversed the lower court’s decision.

Read decision here.

Man who bullied disabled neighbors is ordered to hold “I am a bully” sign as sentence

Posted in Bully with tags , , , , , , on April 15, 2014 by saynsumthn

An Ohio man whose neighbor said had called her an ethnic slur while she was holding her adopted black children, spit on her several times, regularly threw dog feces on her son’s car windshield, and once smeared feces on a wheelchair ramp, has been ordered to hold an “I am a bully” sign on a street corner by a Judge.

According to MyFoxDFW, sixty-two-year-old Edmond Aviv says that he ignored the honking of horns and people passing by as he held the sign as punishment in a disorderly conduct case.

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The sentence stemmed from a neighborhood dispute in which a woman said Aviv had bullied her and her disabled children for years.

Aviv pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge, and Municipal Court Judge Gayle Williams-Byers ordered him to display the sign for five hours Sunday as part of his sentence.

The judge selected the wording for it: “I AM A BULLY! I pick on children that are disabled, and I am intolerant of those that are different from myself. My actions do not reflect an appreciation for the diverse South Euclid community that I live in.”

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This sentence made me chuckle.

39% of babies aborted in Ohio were black, 43% were minority

Posted in Black Abortion Stats, Hispanic Abortion Stats with tags , , , , , , , , , on March 4, 2014 by saynsumthn

• 38.7% of babies aborted in Ohio were reported as black while 42.6% of babies aborted in Ohio were Minority ( Black or Hispanic).

OH Abortion Stats 2010

According to the most recent CDC Abortion Surveillance report (2010) there were 26,825 abortions reported in Ohio.

14,684 were non-Hispanic white babies, 10,402 were non-Hispanic black babies, 1012 were Hispanic babies, and 727 were babies of other races or ethnicity.

The CDC Abortion Surveillance Report dated November 29, 2013 reveals that in 2010, 56.7% of abortions reported to the CDC nationwide were done on Hispanic and Black women.

CDC 2010 Black Hispanic Abortions TOTAL

According to the Report there were 415,479 abortions for known ethnicity reported for selected states in 2010. 153,045 (or 36.8 percent) were non-Hispanic white babies, 148,261 (or 35.7 percent) were non-Hispanic black babies, 87,240 (or 21.0 percent) were Hispanic babies, and 26,933 (or 6.5 percent) were babies of other races or ethnicity.

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The report reveals that a majority of Black or Hispanic babies were aborted many states:

• 73.3% of babies aborted in Mississippi were Black or Hispanic

• 73.2 % of babies #aborted in Georgia were Black or Hispanic

• 64.8% of babies aborted in DC were Black or Hispanic

• 61.4% of babies aborted in Alabama were Black or Hispanic

• 55.9% of babies aborted in New Jersey were Black or Hispanic

• 55.6% of babies aborted in Virginia were Black or Hispanic

• 54.1% of babies aborted in Tennessee were Black or Hispanic

• 54.3% of babies aborted in Delaware were Black or Hispanic

• 45.7 % of babies aborted in South Carolina were Black or Hispanic

• 43.5% of babies aborted in Missouri were Black or Hispanic

• 42.6% of babies aborted in Ohio were Black or Hispanic

• 41.6% of babies aborted in Arkansas were Black or Hispanic

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