Dear Pro-life American,

It is outrageous that pro-abortion Members of Congress have routinely snuck into so-called “must pass” legislation language that requires taxpayers to fund the slaughter of the innocent unborn.

To help prohibit any and all taxpayer funding of abortion, please sign the National Pro-Life Alliance petition to your Congressman and U.S. Senators below right away.

After signing the petition, please consider chipping in with a donation of $10 or more to the National Pro-Life Alliance to help them build opposition to taxpayer funding of abortion. No matter the amount you give, your donation will be matched by a generous supporter!

     Sincerely,

     Martin Fox, President
     National Pro-Life Alliance

Petition to Your Congressman and U.S. Senators
Oppose Using Taxpayer Dollars to Fund Abortion
Whereas:   One out of every four babies conceived is a victim of abortion, a tragedy that has claimed more than 56 million innocent lives since the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion-on-demand; and
Whereas:   Every abortion is a gruesome act that ends an innocent human life and cannot be tolerated in a civilized society; and
Whereas:   Having failed to obtain popular support for their abortion-on-demand agenda, the pro-abortion lobby plans to pack the Court with pro-abortion judges and hide abortion funding into virtually every piece of “must pass” legislation, including continuing resolutions, budget and authorization bills, so-called “economic stimulus” bills and even defense authorization bills;
Therefore: I urge you to work with pro-life members of your party, as well as Congressmen across the aisle, to vigorously oppose all attempts to use the budget to force taxpayers to fund abortion and abortionists.

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