Monday, March 2, 2009

Hope in Montana

A while back I reported on the passage of the Personhood Amendment in North Dakota...

...and now I have equally pleasing news to report out of Montana.

The Personhood Amendment, which states, "All persons are born free and have certain inalienable rights," and clarifies that "person means a human being at all stages of human development of life, including the state of fertilization or conception, regardless of age, health, level of functioning, or condition of dependency" has been passed in a 26-24 vote in the State Senate, according to LifeSiteNews.

There is still hope in the pro-life cause, despite the recent HHS nomination of Gov. Sebelius by President Obama.

One day all people will be recognized as people - even if we have to fight one state at a time. That's how the early feminists received their right to vote, so it works. So we should keep pressing on until every American is considered an American, every human considered a human, and every person considered a person. 

Remember - no compromises!!

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