[Updated 6 March 2018 to correct error in the last paragraph of the resolution.]
Pikes Peak Citizens for Life is encouraging everyone to attend their respective caucus on March 6th and, once there, to support pro-life delegates and pro-life resolutions while opposing anything that is anti-life.
At the end of this post is a suggested “Resolution for Life” that you can propose in your caucus. Feel free to use the resolution “as is” or as a template for one of your own composition.
Offering pro-life resolutions at our caucus meetings is a critical step in attempting to bring about a culture of life in our society and political parties. If you are uncomfortable offering a resolution at your caucus, please try to find someone else who will be attending your caucus and would be willing to offer the pro-life resolutions.
Please contact us at PPCFL if you have any questions.
The “Resolution for Life” is a wonderful way to be a pro-life witness to your neighbors. Don’t lose this opportunity to promote life. Please attend your caucus.
RESOLUTION FOR LIFE
Believing in the founding principles of this nation – that all human beings are “created equal” with respect to their natural and “unalienable” right to life and, therefore, are entitled to equal recognition under the law.
AFFIRM our support for a Human Life Amendment to the U.S. Constitution;
ENDORSE legislation making clear that 14th Amendment protections apply regardless of size, age, illness, intellectual capacity or physical ability;
OPPOSE the use of public revenues for abortion and for the cloning of, or destructive experimentation on, any human being, from the single-celled stage until natural death;
COMMEND those who provide life-affirming alternatives to abortion and assisted suicide (physician prescribed death) or euthanasia.
We RESPECTFULLY ask all delegates and alternates to higher assemblies to vote to adopt a plank which states: “On behalf of the most vulnerable members of our society, we call for the legal protection of the preborn, the disabled, the elderly, and the ill.”