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October 21, 2010


Eileen Peterson

Just wonderful coverage of a fantastic event!

Keep doing what you are doing! You are the wind beneath Rockland County's wings!


So sorry I missed this..was speaking in Storrs Ct

Gregory P Wyka

I am a parishioner of Holy Rosary Church in Hawthorne, New York. Yesterday, upon leaving the church after Mass, I retrieved a Westchester & Putnam Right to Life PAC flyer from my car's windshield, which asked that I vote for ceratin Pro-Life candidates at tomorrow's election. While I agree with that promotiion, I vehemently disagree with the fact that the same flyer also asked that I vote No on ballot proposals which have nothing to do with Pro-Life. In fact, such No votes are tantamount to advocating for voter supprression and gerrymandering.

The stated mission of the Westchester-Putnam Right to Life Committee is to promote the common good and general welfare of the people of Westchester and Putnam through the advancement of reverence for human life by:

• Reaffirming the principle that all human beings are created equal and are endowed at creation with certain fundamental rights, among which is the right to life;
• Advocating the right to life of dependent and helpless human beings including the unborn child;
• Promoting civic, political and social reforms designed to ensure both the right to life and human dignity of dependent and helpless human beings;
• To engage in all lawful activities in furtherance of such purposes.

Nowhere in the foregoing statement does it indicate that the PAC is involved in matters outside the realm of Pro ife, In fact, asking me to vote NO on ceratin ballot proposals goes against the grain of the stated principle that all human beings are created equal and are endowed at creation with certain fundamental rights, which nclude the right to vote in accordance with the U.S. Constitution.

The PAC has overstepped its bounds and should stick to Pro Life issues.

tom faranda

This comment was put on the wrong posting. It should have been here - "Westchester & Putnam Right to Life PAC recommendations for voting Tuesday" - put up on October 31st. 2021. But I agree with the comment by George. I voted against all three propositions - they all failed - but they should not have been part of a prolife PAC message.

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