Obviously, 89% of the residents of Albuquerque, New Mexico, are perfectly fine with unborn children ripped from their mothers womb through all nine months of pregnancy. The election on November 19th of last year showed that only 11% of the registered voters in the city were in favor of a ban on late-term abortions after 20 weeks. So what does it take to wake up the residents to the horrific procedure of dismembering the most innocent among us in the late-term abortion capitol of America?
Project Defending Life has launched a new and more direct way to focus the attention on this issue. Protest ABQ will be starting this weekend and will feature graphic photos of unborn victims that will be displayed in front of businesses and residences that have a connection to the abortion industry in Albuquerque.
Here is their description of this new project:
Protest ABQ is a ministry of Project Defending Life and is a protest campaign utilizing "abortion victim photography" and other public awareness efforts to send a message to the voters and leaders of Albuquerque and New Mexico that their vote to kill babies and support of baby killers will not be tolerated.
This campaign is designed to end the baby killing in Albuquerque and in New Mexico. It is time to get serious about protesting the killing of our little brothers and sisters in the womb.
These protests will be peaceful and constitutionally legal. We will not condone violence of any kind by anyone in this campaign. Indeed we are protesting the use of violence against babies in the womb. We will peacefully protest this violence.
In the state of New Mexico late-term abortions are legal up to the ninth month of pregnancy. These abortions are, in fact, being performed in the city of Albuquerque each week on women who come from all across the nation to obtain them.
Wake up Albuquerque!
Greater love has no one than this, then to lay down one's life for his friends. - John 15:13
Rescue those being led away to death; Hold back those staggering toward slaughter. - Proverbs 24:11