August 21 Update: President Bush supports Plan B! Act now!
I received this alert from the American Life League:
CALL UPON PRESIDENT BUSH TO STOP PLAN B!
Following months of intense pressure from Planned Parenthood and the rest of the abortion industry, the Food and Drug Administration is ready to cut a deal with the manufacturer of Plan B -- the "morning-after" pill -- to make the dangerous drug available over the counter to women over the age of 18.
This action would be devastating to women's health and deadly to preborn children!
The President offers the last chance to keep Plan B from being sold at any neighborhood pharmacy without a prescription.
PLAN B DESTROYS PREBORN BABIES
The "morning after" chemical cocktail frequently acts to destroy the life of a newly conceived human being in the days immediately following fertilization.
A Planned Parenthood website even acknowledges this fact by admitting that the "morning-after" pill frequently works by, "changing the lining of the uterus so that a fertilized egg
could not implant in the uterus." As a result, a tiny preborn child is killed.
PLAN B IS DANGEROUS TO THE GIRLS AND WOMEN WHO TAKE IT
There are numerous health risks associated with the drug and the proposed agreement would allow it to be distributed without proper medical supervision.
Also, there's no guarantee that girls under 18 would not be able to get their hands on this drug; there are too many adults willing to bend the rules.
TAKE ACTION --- CALL OR E-MAIL THE WHITE HOUSE TODAY!
The last point of intervention to keep the dangerous "morning-after" pill from being available across the counter at your neighborhood drug store is the White House.
Stop whatever you're doing and take 30 seconds right now to tell President Bush to use his executive authority to overrule the Food and Drug Administration. Tell him to stop Plan B!
Friday, August 4, 2006
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