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This is an awesome picture!
We do not have super-large versions of these available…yet. Although we would like to be able to do that for those that our graphics are high enough quality for.
At this point, just stay tuned. You can join our email list at http://liveaction.org/email and we will make sure to announce it when high quality graphics are released.
Nice. I especially like the first two.
Is there any way I can get larger, print-worthy versions of these? They'd be perfect for small posters. I'd like to put some up on my campus.
Okay, thanks. I'm the president of my law school's pro-life group and have the ability to post things at the school, so I'm always on the lookout for thought-provoking materials. I'm on the email list already; I'll be sure to watch for new graphics announcements.
I would love to place small-sized laminated posters in lots of public places either outside or inside businesses, if they decide to let me use a poster to support pro life and also so that they can visit your website if they want to.
I recently had bumper stickers made using the first image and slogan. It is AWESOME!!
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I love this…I work in a prolife center in Romania and I Think that can be useful for me
I just wanted anyone’s opinion on if I was in the wrong here, and what any of you guys would have done in this situation. So my wife is quite liberal and I’m more on the conservative side, and she’s about 3 months pregnant. She can’t work right now, so I’ve been forced to support her as of late. The thing is that about a week ago she started asking me if she could borrow $400, and being pretty secretive about the reason why. I soon found out that $400 was the average cost of a back alley abortion, which is ridiculous considering that she knows how vehemently pro-life I am. After refusing to give her the money and the countless hours of arguing that ensued, I ended up making a comment about how if she wanted to do something liberal with $400, she should take advantage of Obummer’s “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act,” so that “instead of murdering our kid, he can have satellite internet at a smashing price!” (I linked it so you can actually see it’s about $400 in taxpayer money that our President chose to waste on this crap, aren’t I so funny hah). The messed up part is that she went and told her dad, who happens to be just as liberal as her, and who also happens to own the house that we’re renting. To make a long story short, my tenancy has been “suspended” from his house (I’m now staying at my buddy’s place until this thing blows over) and he gave her the money to get the abortion. I haven’t talked to her in almost a week, so it’s pretty safe to say that she has already gone through with it. So my question is, do you think I was being inappropriate for mocking my wife and father in law’s political ideologies, or do you think I’m being unfairly persecuted because of my relative conservatism, and the Obummer joke I made has little to nothing to do with this? I’m thinking the latter.
@8afd98c571fa5358a841007abecfa038:disqus MansonYou were both in the wrong. The problem stems from a broken or strained relationship. Despite your political and philosophical differences you should both be able to talk open concerning your relationship and personal lives. Her not wanting to do it indicates that there is a problem. Your mockery to her didn’t help the issue at all. Her resorting to relying on her parents do deal with it, shows the inability to deal with the issues in your relationship. As this post is a year old, I hope things are going better for you, and that the two of you have dealt with your problems or moved on
I believe you are able to leave her. Murdering your own child. Who can live with that?
Dear Manson, I think if you need to ask if you were being “inappropriate” than you already know the answer. I have no idea what’s its like to be the guy in this situation – but I do know what it’s like to have a child with a husband who felt “forced” to support me financially. If you wanted the baby then why were you bitter about carrying the financial responsibilities of your family? Perhaps you need to seriously consider your part in your wife not wanting to have a child with you at this time. It sounds like you ARE still a child!!! If you are truly pro-life I would humble myself and go to your wife and beg her forgiveness for your attitude. Because if I want to divorce you after reading your post, I can only imagine how she feels! When you are ready to set aside your pride in order to want to DO right MORE than you want to BE right, then you may have a shot at winning your wifes heart back and earning her trust enough that she would be happy to have a baby with you. No matter what the situation is at the moment, you committed to love your wife, just like you are committed to your unborn children. Both of their lives are equally valuable and they both deserve your unconditional love and support. I pray that God will save your marriage and give you and your wife a beautiful baby.
When you are desperate for truth you will find it. Look first in the Bible and also find a good counselor.
I am so sorry, I can not imagine how powerless you must have felt.. Father’s should have a right to say, this is a life that came from your seed it is a big deal!! I feel you absolutely had the right to raise your concerns and demand that the life of the child not be aborted. I do however as well hope that she is not thinking abortion was the only solution to her liberal mind as a result of a man who would not be present during and after the child is born. Men have a great responsibility in the life of a child and she would have needed a lot of support from a loving husband.. Either way it is wrong for her to ignore your requests to save the child, and for her family to conveniently remove you and silence you at this time is an outrage no matter how you look at it. I hope and pray she did not go through with the abortion and you can overcome your issues.If she did then I hope you get yourself some grief counselling to work the many ways you most likely will grieve the situation, and you can find it in you to forgive her and move on. Sounds like you two have many issues in the first place,her Father should have no say in her marital issues ( unless it is domestic violence etc.)unless he is giving support that protects the marriage and is in the best interest of you both. I hope you will get the help! There is a facebook group called Father’s for life, this group focuses on the perspective of the Father, regarding abortion.
I wish the babies could talk in the womb before they are killed..
I’m sure if they were able they would say something to MOM.
“I love you mom, I want to share good times with you and holidays and make some good memories for us. I want to go to school mom and I promise I’ll make you proud of me mom, please love me back and help me, because I really do love you and care for you mom.” I am here all alone and no one to help me, I’m scared mommy…I feel like something is wrong. Please tell me “it everything is gonna be alright mommy.”…?
“I love you mom, I want to share good times with you and holidays and make some good memories for us. I want to go to school mom and I promise I’ll make you proud of me mom, please love me back and help me, because I really do love you and care for you mom.” I am here all alone and no one to help me, I’m scared mommy…I feel like something is wrong. Please tell me “Everything is gonna be alright mommy.”…?