Last April, more than 500,000 people marched the streets of Dallas in favor of rights for immigrants in the United States. This crowd was the largest that the city had ever seen, and Dallas made national headlines with picture after picture showing long lines of people.
I was amazed at the size of the crowds and watched the TV coverage of that protest and rally with dismay. Not because of the cause for which they marched, but because there are other people whose rights are being denied, trampled on and abused who are deserving of the same types of protests and rallies as those fighting for the rights of immigrants.
I'm talking about the unborn, of course. And we now have an opportunity to take what can obviously be done, gathering huge crowds of people in favor of certain rights to try and make a point with lawmakers, and apply it to the one thing that takes more human life than anything else in the world. Saturday, January 20th, 2007
starting at 9:00 am, you can join with thousands of others marking the 34th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision Roe V. Wade that legalized abortion on demand throughout our land. We expect several thousand to come and join with us, and we expect to make a difference. After all, if the San Francisco Walk for Life
can gather more than 15,000 people to stand up for the rights of the unborn, how can Dallas do any less?