Surprised? Well, we shouldn’t be… not really…
This administration has promised “change” and “change” is what we’re gonna get. For the first time in years, the annual pro-life march went on without any support or encouragement from a President residing in our White House.
There’s one “change” right there, right?
His message is revealing but, all the same, it would be nice to have our Chief Executive support all life…
Flashback: October 2008
In front of a sea of chanting, sign-waving delegates at the Democratic National Convention, Michelle Obama urged Americans to cast their votes for her husband, Sen. Barack Obama, as she cast her family as guided by bedrock American values with a desire to improve the world…Yes, but what about the kids who don’t make it? What about the innocent babies whose dreams are stolen by others before they are born?
"We want our children -- and all children in this nation -- to know that the only limit to the height of your achievements is the reach of your dreams and your willingness to work for them," she said.
"You work hard for what you want in life," she said. "Your word is your bond and you do what you say you're going to do ... you treat people with dignity and respect, even if you don't know them, and even if you don't agree with them."
"I come here as a mom whose girls are the heart of my heart and the center of my world," she added. "They're the first thing I think about when I wake up in the morning, and the last thing I think about when I go to bed at night.
Their future -- and all our children's future -- is my stake in this election."
What about all of our babies who are intentionally murdered?
Is that dignity and respect?
Flashback: July 2007
With all due respect, Mr. President, until abortion is stopped, and the dignity of all life is protected, we, who truly respect and value all life, will not yield nor be silenced.
©2009 Judi Lynn Lake.
Join the fight against FOCA today!
Together, we can help stop FOCA. Visit www.FightFOCA.com and join the almost 600,000 people who have signed the online Fight FOCA petition so far. It’s up to us to save our babies!
UPDATE ON KRISPY KREME "CHOICE" DOUGHNUT GIVE-A-WAY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
18 January 2009
CONTACT: Katie Walker
KRISPY KREME CORRECTS 'FREEDOM OF CHOICE' FAUX PAS
Washington, D.C. (18 January 2009) – In light of a nationwide marketing trend to capitalize on the inauguration of President-elect Barack Obama, American Life League challenged Krispy Kreme Doughnuts, Inc. Thursday on the propriety of using the phrase "freedom of choice" in their corporate announcement regarding a free doughnut giveaway on Jan. 20 - Inauguration Day. Subsequently on Friday, Krispy Kreme updated the announcement. The following is a statement from Judie Brown, President of American Life League:
"We are grateful to Krispy Kreme executives who realized the inappropriate use of the phrase "freedom of choice" and have changed their announcement, available on their web site....
To read full coverage, click here.
Judi Lynn Lake has kept up with leading edge business trends throughout her varied and successful career. She had already had her "15 minutes of fame" over and over again before starting her family. Judi and her family now reside in South Carolina, but, having been born and raised on Long Island, NY, it is clearly evident that she will always be a "New Yorker." Today, she successfully runs her own advertising agency which handles everything from logos, branding and package design while she continues to work closely with self-published authors from design to promotion. For more information, visit judilake.com