The Suzy B Blog

May 3, 2010
Support the Protect Life Act


Unfortunately, as we all know, the healthcare reform bill was passed without the Stupak-Pitts Amendment preventing public funding of abortion.  Although pro-lifers fought hard and the American people made it clear that they did not want their hard earned money going toward abortion, those in power in Washington did not listen.

This is not the time to give up.   Those leaders who stand for life in the Nation’s Capital are still fighting.  Congressman Joe Pitts, ardent pro-life Representative from Pennsylvania’s 16th District, recently introduced H.R. 5111 the Protect Life Act which prevents federal funding of abortion and protects conscience in the health care bill.  As of today,  the bill has 57 co-sponsors, both Democrats and Republicans.

Contact your Member of Congress today and tell them to sign on to H.R. 5111 and prevent federal funding of abortion.

Polls show that the vast majority of U.S. citizens are against federal funds paying for abortion.  Make sure your Representative hears your voice by contacting him or her to tell them to co-sponsor H.R. 5111 because ABORTION IS NOT HEALTHCARE.

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May 3, 2010
Janine Turner: Your Vote is Your Voice

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Last week, actress and good friend of the Susan B. Anthony List, Janine Turner wrote an op-ed for the FOX News Opinion section. As we head into the Supreme Court nomination process as well as the midterm elections, Janine reminds us that, at the end of the day, We the People have the ultimate check on government--the power to vote.

Do base our decision to vote for someone based on their campaign speeches? Their fancy promises? What about their dedication to the Constitution? A very good read:  

Your Vote Is Your Voice by Janine Turner

As a Republic, ruling through our elected officials, our vote is our voice.

America is getting ready to witness the United States Constitution at work. Currently, many believe the Constitution is an antiquated document. Yet, built upon the bedrock of well thought out principles and practices, the Constitution withstands time and endures the swings of passions. The stipulations of the Constitution designate the process of nominating and confirming a new Supreme Court Justice and the time has come for yet another such selection.

We, the people of our Republic, have a say in this upcoming judicial process, even though as we watch, read and listen, we may feel completely lacking in control. Built into the Constitution’s checks and balances, which are awesome in structure, “We the People” have the ultimate voice, the ultimate check.

We pick the Supreme Court Justices through the president and senators that we elect. Thus, as we watch the process unfold we will be reminded about why the vetting of candidates, and the choices we make at the polls, are two pivotal actions Americans must take seriously. We need to research our candidates’ intentions thoroughly. Unsolved mysteries do not serve the process well. Men (and women) are not angels. It is the Constitution that keeps us honest.


Thus, as we watch the process of the confirmation of the new Supreme Court Justice, we will be reminded why it is so important that we, and our children, understand and comprehend the meaning of our United States Constitution. To quote Thomas Jefferson, “If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be.”

As a Republic, ruling through our elected officials, our vote is our voice. As we question our political candidates, perhaps it would be prudent to ask them how well they know the Constitution. What is their interpretation of the Constitution on hotbed issues? Do they intend to preserve, protect and defend, and abide by, the Constitution? If we, as citizens, intend to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, then so should our representatives. The future of our country depends upon it.

Read the whole op-ed here.

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Apr 28, 2010
Baby Boy Lives 2 Days After Botched Abortion

The U.K. Telegraph reported today that a 22-week old Italian baby boy died after being abandoned after a failed abortion. This wasn't any back-alley abortion--the child was left by hospital doctors to die alone, but lived for almost two days. From the Telegraph:

He was discovered alive the following day – some 20 hours after the operation – by Father Antonio Martello, the hospital chaplain, who had gone to pray beside his body.

He found that the baby, wrapped in a sheet with his umbilical cord still attached, was moving and breathing.

The priest raised the alarm and doctors immediately arranged for the infant to be taken to a specialist neonatal unit at a neighbouring hospital where he died on Monday morning.

Italian police are investigating the case for "homicide" because infanticide is illegal in Italy.

The law means that doctors have had an obligation to try to preserve the life of the child once he had survived the abortion.

The Italian government is also considering an inquiry into the conduct of the hospital staff.

The Telegraph reports that this is not the first instance of a child born alive during an abortion in Italy, that a similar event happened three years ago. But I'd bet that these are just two incidents of many that go unreported.

The other involved a baby in Florence who weighed just 17oz when he was aborted at 22 weeks because of a suspected genetic disorder but lived for three days.

In both cases, the children were aborted because prenatal tests had revealed the possibility of birth defects. As if ending the life of a helpless child in the womb wasn't enough, the fact some doctors might leave children to die is truly terrifying. The pro-abortion side rails that Born Alive Infant protection laws serve no purpose but to threaten Roe v. Wade, but then there are stories like this one.

How can this be justified, pro-aborts?

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