In “A Tale of Two Cities,” Dickens’ fictitious characters lived in
Cao and Bishop are two men from disparate (different) backgrounds, cities, and parties, yet both are dealing with the same life or death question. If they vote against the current Health Care (or Death Care depending on your perspective) Bill, it could effect their upcoming bids for re-election.
They are in the forefront of the battle, yet Dr. King is aware of many other elected officials who are facing the same dilemma. “I know many other elected officials at the federal and state levels who are faced with the same question:’ I know abortion is murder. The babies are dying’, they say. ‘But what should I do? Do I vote for what is right even though it can loose me my seat?’ It must be hard for them, because they could loose their political bases and subsequently their seats.”
Dr. King and many other Black Prolife leaders are taking the prolife message to the streets, to the grassroots communities, and to everyone who will listen. They say that Maafa21.com and the Endangered Species Billboard Campaign at toomanyaborted.com are eye openers, and should be shown in every community across
Dr. King concludes, “Well ladies and gentlemen, there is much more at stake than political power. What about the babies of America? These are truly the times that try men’s (and women’s) souls. It is the best of times, and the worst of times.