Darlene Pawlik of New Hampshire Right to Life has admitted that there were indeed protesters outside of PP with signs saying “Babies killed here.” But I am hoping she will explain this further to the students. This can be done if she will just comply with School Superintendent Michael Ludwell’s request that they must present a formal, written request to the city school board before they decide whether a representative can meet with the students.
I am impressed that Ludwell has characterized the STAY program as “generally” good and that he said the school district’s relationship to YMCA “prior to the incident (with PP)” was “very positive.” This suggests to me that he is one superintendent who gets it and who may be dropping hints to New Hampshire Right to Life.
Hopefully, Right to Life will request 100 minutes with students to show “In the Womb” – a film by National Geographic. This film makes it clear that the fetus becomes a human long before the end of the first trimester.
After a woman decides to go to PP for counseling it is a virtual certainty she will get an abortion. After she talks to a CPC (Crisis Pregnancy Center) her chances of changing her mind are about 40%. After she sees an ultrasound of her baby her chances of changing her mind are about 90%.
Maybe after seeing “In the Womb” some middle school kids will go back to the headquarters of Planned Parenthood. If they do, I hope they’ll carry signs saying “Today I Heard the Other Side: Babies ARE Killed Here.”
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