• Republican Governors Ponder Funding ‘Date of Life’ for Driver’s License by Eliminating Child Hunger Programs

    August 3, 2011 2:08 am 9 comments

    Washington, D.C. – Republican state governors are considering new legislation to restate citizen birthdates for state legal privileges such as a driver’s license and state tax filings to the date of conception rather than date of birth. The act is in response to the President who is not President Bush requiring insurance companies to offer birth control, including the controversial morning after pill to women.

    “No one should be allowed to decide that an innocent life is worthless. Abortionists have done this by telling women that a pre-born baby is just a batch of cells instead of what he or she actually is: a human being. This law ends that deception in Indiana,” – Steve Aden, a pro-life attorney with the Alliance Defense Fund

    While children seem to be elevating poverty rates in the US since one in five are born into poverty, 38 of the fifty states have Fetal Homicide Laws intended to protect children. 21 of these states recognize an embryo or fetus as a distinct unborn victim of certain crimes of violence against a person, including homicide and manslaughter. Adding a date of life or date of conception for any state filings or licensing will promote the concept of life as beginning at sex rather than nine months later.

    Conception dates are not expected to be used for any food or education aid, since those programs have or will be eliminated to fund the additional systems and upgrades needed to accommodate the additional system data. Since one in five US children chooses to be born into poverty, the state should have no responsibility in that decision. These children do not vote or pay taxes. This is medically and scientifically proven fact from the pro-life physicians.

    “Biologically, from the moment of conception this new human being is not a part of the mother’s body. Since when does a mother’s body have male genitals, two brains, four kidneys? The preborn human being may be dependent upon the mother for nutrition, however, this does not diminish his or her humanity, but proves it. Moreover, dependence upon a parent for survival is not a capital crime.”

    Five states with some of the highest levels of child poverty in the US are also those with the most stringent Fetal Homicide laws and see a date of conception as a good start to embedding the pro life message. These five states exhibited statistically significant higher household food insecurity rates than the U.S. national average 2007-2009 according to Feeding America, a liberal entitlements group.

    Arkansas, the state that commonly ties with Mississippi as a leader in ‘food insecure’ children has a state program to provide food in the summer months for poverty risk children. According to the Arkansas state government web site, only about 10% of eligible families apply. Review of the state ARHUNGERALLIANCE.ORG site shows that the WOT (Web of Trust) rating is lower than that of Chris†Wire, even after Chris†Wire endured a vile attack by atheist liberals.

    WOT ratings are powered by a global community of millions of trustworthy users who have rated about 23 million websites based on their experiences. Liberals will invade the WOT ratings with low remarks to try and usurp these programs and support the First Lady who is not Laura Bush by planting gardens and crying for federal aid. The joke is on them when these programs are eliminated due to low participation. It would interest the Republican effort if other states’ child hunger aid sites have similar web ratings.

    In summary, the ‘date of conception’ is a action that brings life to the forefront of our public life. It protects children and forces a woman to consider the child that might be born in poverty. Elimination of child hunger programs continues that respect for life and will eliminate the entitlement culture that creates ‘food insecurity’.

    http://feedingamerica.org/hunger-in-america/hunger-facts/hunger-and-poverty-statistics.aspx

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