Pro-Lifers Threaten Civil Disobedience At Boehner’s Office

by WND
March 10, 2015

Just one day after plans for a sit-in at House Speaker John Boehner’s office were released, to protest the Republican Congress’ unwillingness to move against abortion, one of the organizers is telling WND the stakes are so high it’s worth the risk of civil disobedience.

And it might not be the last event of its kind, said Troy Newman, president of Operation Rescue and one of the organizers behind the event planned for 11 a.m. EST on March 25 outside Boehner’s office.

“We have to implement a backbone policy for Mr. Boehner,” Newman told WND. “It means we’re serious. We’re willing to take this to another level.”

He noted it’s been 42 years since abortion was decriminalized, and Congress now has the largest pro-life majority since then.

11 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • Mr. Bohner, needs to be replaced as the Speaker of the House, PERIOD! That man is one sorry excuse for a Representative, in anybody’s book!

  • OldGaDawg says:

    Answer me me this…… WHY?

  • Thomas LeMaire says:

    There should be a Judge condemning the baby to death. The doctor can only say if it is for to health of the mother.

  • Les Siegel says:

    Abortion should always be between the woman and her doctor. She is the one whom has to live with that decision and no one should force her to not do it. If she is married ,her husband should be involved with the decision also.

    1. gavinwca says:

      No one should be allowed to murder , there babies ,so they can have sex without consequences.

  • b webster says:

    until Botner is out of there nothing will get done that doesn’t agree with th president borhner has no guts

  • Kenyan Mocker says:

    Time to do more than just protest for pro-life to Boehner.
    He needs to confronted every place he shows his drunken ugly face.

    1. Joyce Greene says:

      Medical decisions must be made by patients in consultation with their physicians. Politicians should play no role in medical matters other than to affirm that a provider is medically qualified. Our Constitution separates religion and politics and that is the way it should remain,

      1. gavinwca says:

        What about they shall not kill, do you not understand.

        1. Sapient Hetero says:

          I don’t understand where “they shall not kill” can be found in our Constitution. I do, however, know exactly where it says, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”. If your religious beliefs make you oppose abortion, no problem; don’t get one. But you lack the right to impose your religious beliefs on others who do not share them, just as left-wing extremists lack the right to impose their support for homosexual marriage on others who don’t share it. Anti-abortionists and homosexual rights activists are one and the same, so far as I’m concerned; both wish to unconstitutionally impose their personal preferences on others who may not share them.

          1. Nancy Fahringer says:

            OK – try killing someone and see what happens. How about the right to life, liberty and happiness? Killing a human being at any age, weather the person is inconvenient or not, is a crime. Sometimes my husband in inconvenient but if I kill him I will go to jail.

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