Saturday, June 25, 2005

Press Release: CONSTITUTION PARTY CONDEMNS SENATE APPROVAL OF MORNING AFTER PILL

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Press Release: CONSTITUTION PARTY CONDEMNS SENATE APPROVAL OF MORNING AFTER PILL

The following press release is being sent to all media in New York:

June 23, 2005

Mr. Burr Deitz, chairman of the Constitution Party of New York, announced today the Constitution Party's extreme disappointment in the Republican–controlled state senate's passage of a bill that allows women and underage girls to obtain morning-after pills from
pharmacists without a physician's visit or prescription and without parental consent.

Mr. Deitz said "We applaud Senator Ruben Diaz and others who voted against this abomination. We are disgusted with Republican Senator Nick Spano and the other senators who voted in favor of this bill. This event demonstrates more than ever why the Constitution Party is needed in New York. Our party will not endorse candidates who do not pledge and act to defend and promote the inviolable right to life of innocent human beings, from the moment of conception to
natural death – without exception."

The Constitution Party platform states `The pre-born child, whose life begins at fertilization, is a human being created in God's image.' Emergency contraceptives act to prevent implantation of a conceived human being that is created in God's image upon fertilization. Their sale and use results in a premeditated killing
of a preborn human child. Our platform also states, `We oppose the distribution and use of all abortifacients.' Morning-after pills are abortificients.

Mr. Deitz continued, "We stongly urge Governor Pataki to veto this bill. Since Governor Pataki is a 'pro-choice' governor who supports the murderous killing of pre-born babies, we realize that he is extremely unlikely to veto the bill. This pro-abortion governor was endorsed by both the Republican and Conservative parties in New York. Elected officials and judges have a moral, if not legal obligation to uphold the Constitution and defend the republic by protecting the innocent."

"We urge New Yorkers who are against abortion to join with us, and to vote for our candidates as the only way to end the continued butchering of America's most innocent children. Our platform and its principles can be found at: www.nyconstitutionparty.com"

Submitted by: Mr. Paul Henderson, Communications Director, Constitution Party of New York
Contact: (877)571-5479

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