Friday, February 12, 2016


It's been a long time since I wrote something on this blog, but now it's time for me to speak up.  I am a Pro-Life Democrat who feels betrayed by my party's decision to sell out to the whims of the world.  They claim to help working families and have contributed to education reform and special education for kids with special needs like myself, but they won't defend the most fundamental right of them all-the right to life.

It's time I spoke up!  And I shouldn't be afraid to.  Every time I try to project my pro-life beliefs, I get shouted down by members of my own family.  Especially when they talk about "Catholic Social Justice," working on programs to feed the hungry and help the homeless, something that the Republicans won't do.  Yes, they claim to be pro-life, but they won't support programs for the poor.  Rather, they give tax breaks to the rich.

And what about our bishops and priests?  They won't speak up on these issues, preferring instead to be a "Church of Nice."  They just won't listen to what God tells them.  They say that if one doesn't speak up for evil and it happens, that person is responsible for his own damnation and that of those who are doing it.  But if one speaks up against that will, and that person he talks about does it, he will be spared punishment.

I am a person who believes in the dignity of life from conception to natural death.  But whenever I tell people that, they always ask me, "But don't you believe in a woman's right to choose?"  I don't!  Because Planned Parenthood is selling the organs of dead babies on a black market and is preaching eugenics among the African American population.  And the number of children due to rape or incest?  Give me a break, they're too small to measure.

And if a mother's life is in danger, medical technology is capable of saving both the mother and the child.  There are brave stories of women who refuse to accept medical treatment when they're pregnant because it may harm their unborn children.  They live in on those children should they not survive such an ordeal.  Besides, every life is welcome at life's table.

Euthanasia is evil, to begin with.  With mercy killing laws on the books in California and Oregon, people with terminal illness want to campaign for their right to die.  But we are not to put them out of their "misery;" we are here to help them reduce the pain and help them make their peace with God.  After all, from birth to death, all human life should be respected.  And that goes especially for the elderly and the disabled. 

I don't give to any medical organizations like MDA or the American Cancer Society, because many of these fundraising organizations are using embryonic stem cells to perform research for people who are suffering from disease like cancer, ALS, Alzheimer's or lung disease.  I commend their noble work, but they don't need to use the lines of embryos to find cures.  After all, embryonic stem cells have proven ineffective in treating people with such diseases, while adult stem cells have been used to successfully treat seriously ill people.

And how could you even consider cloning someone in the name of research?  I remember when they came out with the test tube baby and a cloned sheep.  Everyone is unique in God's eye, and no one should have to play God when it comes to choosing life.  This is like opening a Pandora's Box of evil that can't be stopped.

And please, don't call me a bigot when I say this.  I don't hate gays, lesbians, bisexual people or those who are transgendered.  I'm just against same sex marriage, because it's a moral wrong that cannot be blessed by God.  Marriage was beautified by Christ in Cana of Galilee when he first his first miracle.   God ordained this sacrament so that men and women may join together and bring children into this world to make it a better place for their descendants.  It was ordained that both man and woman should be directed on a right and loving path by God.  And it was ordained that they should have each other in good times and bad.  We should rejoice in this traditional definition of marriage.  Men may have written the Bible, but they were inspired by God to so.

And every time I argue with family members, I'm always asked, "If two people of the same sex love each other, why don't you want them to get married?"  Well, it's NOT that I DON'T want gays and lesbians to get married; it's just that I'm worried they will use it to act perversely in their daily lives.  Of course, I believe in loving gays and lesbians just like anybody else, but we don't have to support  a same sex marriage.

And of course, let's not get into "civil unions," since they are legal and not religious.

And finally, what about capital punishment?  Seeking the death penalty for people who commit a murder is a terrible and brutal thing to impose upon a person.  What if the wrong man is executed?  While pedophiles who murder children is an exception to the rule, I believe that capital punishment won't solve the rampant crime rate is this country.  And no, the government has NO right or reason to deny citizens the right to bare arms.

This Lenten season, I will not be silent.  I will speak up and speak out, because I believe in the dignity and sanctity of life.  As an autistic person, I believe it's time to speak up for life.

And let's get one thing perfectly clear: "Catholic Social Justice" begins in the womb of a mother.  And life begins the minute you're conceived, not the minute you're born.  And if you think that a woman "should have a right to choice," that's a bunch of baloney!  Because we need to defend life in all its stages with no exceptions or compromises.  After all, as St. John Paul once said, "When God gives life, it's forever."

I welcome your response.

Monday, November 5, 2012


Attention, Massachusetts voters!  Please vote no tomorrow on Question 2, the Doctor Proscribed Suicide Act.  It goes too far and it's out of control!  It's poorly written and poorly flawed.  We should concentrate on better hospice and pallative care for terminally ill patients.  Also, many patients are living longer lives and can be treated, and possibly cured, of their illness.
Please Vote No On Question 2 when you go to the polls tomorrow!

Monday, September 24, 2012


To all you Democrats and Republicans(and others) running for public office this fall, I offer you a challenge!

As a Democrat who's pro-life, I cannot elect candidates that claim to be for working families and the poor, yet will not protect the traditional values of our country-the defense of the right to life, the traditional meaning of marriage between one man and one woman, and the trampling of personal liberty.  I cannot also morally justify electing Republicans who say they're pro-life, yet cut programs for the poor and the disabled.

My Uncle talked to me once about the need for social justice.  These Republicans claim to be pro-life, yet they cut spending on programs that aid poor families and give tax breaks to the wealthy, while Democrats have passed legislation to help the poor and the working class; yet they won't protect most fundamental right of all-the right to life.  I'm supposed to look at the "seamless garment" of social justice, yet I believe that this issue is #1.  Without it, you can help fix up housing, education, jobs or health care.

You know, Senator Edward Kennedy said that "Health care is the right of every American."  I agree, but not  if it subsidizes abortion and artificial birth control against my will, and the will of millions of Americans.  And I can't stand it if it's going to wreck the elderly and disabled, especially here in Massachusetts, if ballot question 2, the one allowing doctor assisted suicide passes this November(I'm planning to vote no, and I urge everyone else to do the same).

And by the way, how can the Republicans be pro-life if they won't do anything to overturn Roe Vs. Wade?  

This is a dilemma that faces me every two years when the elections come around, especially when a Democrat buys the dictum that being pro-life is a liability to being elected.  It's not a liability; it's an asset!

So here's my challenge to all the Republican candidates, especially you, Mr. Romney & Mr. Brown.

If you claim to be pro-life, then act it.  Start raising taxes for the wealthy. Cut taxes for the poor and middle class.  Stop accepting money from oil companies and tell them to clean up their act!  Don't cut programs that help poor mothers and their children.  Keep funding Medicare and Medicaid for elderly and disabled people.  Increase fuel assistance for the poor and those who are facing family crises.  Start walking the talk by embracing the middle class and start helping them out.

And to you Democrats, especially you, Mr. Obama and Ms. Warren.

Stop supporting Planned Parenthood and help find alternatives to abortion.  Stop compromising your personal beliefs for the sake of political expediency.  Overturn this Obamacare crap and start putting together healthcare that's ethical, moral and affordable for all.  After all, healthcare is the right of every American, as Senator Kennedy said.  Start increasing aid for Seniors and disabled people.  Stand up for God's definition of marriage: One man and one woman.  Protect the conscience rights of those who refuse to participate in anything that involves terminating the life of the unborn or an elderly or disabled person.

And to both Democrats and Republicans, help to abolish capital punishment.  Support medical research that doesn't involve embryonic stem cells or cloning.  Help stimulate job growth and restart manufacturing industries.  Develop new sources for energy that involve the wind, the sun and the sea.  Help finance reforms in education and housing.  Pass laws that guarantee equal pay for equal work for every man and woman in this land, regardless of race, creed, color, age, national origin, political persuasion, physical or mental handicap or religious belief. Make corporate retailers close on Sundays and all major holidays so that their workers can spend quality time with their families(essential businesses and services such as drug stores and convenience stores can stay open)..  Fund programs for developing science and technology for all students.  And work to give first class citizenship to all.

And if you can possibly do so, please help overturn Roe Vs. Wade and protect the life of the unborn.  End same sex marriage and promote the values of the traditional family.  And protect our religious freedom.

Please accept the challenge and help turn this country around so we can once again be, as the Pledge of Allegiance says, "one nation, under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all."  I thank you.

P.S. One last thing, let's allow prayer in schools again and allow Christians to celebrate their respective holidays without any interference from political correctness groups like the ACLU.
I've given you the challenge.  Are you ready to accept it?

And one more thing, folks.  If you are a resident of Massachusetts, remember that Question 2, the Assisted Suicide Bill, is a flawed and poorly written idea.  If this passes, we shall have a Pandora's box open like the one they've got in Oregon.  Life is not to be destroyed, but cherished.  Please join me in voting No on election day.

Giod bless and thank you.

Monday, June 4, 2012


This Friday, June 8th., protesters in over 150 cities across the land will be involved in rallies protesting the HHS Mandate that religious companies fund abortion and birth control medicines to stop pregnancies.  This is one issue that I will not let happen, since the Obama Administration is preparing an all out assault on religious freedom and conscience rights.  I'm urging everyone to show up at your local rally this Friday.  Please call your local church, synagogue or pro-life organization for details!

Tuesday, May 8, 2012


The pro-choice movement says that they are trying to address their views, but they are very intolerant to those who believe in the Gospel of Life.  Please take a look at this video and see if you agree!

Also, to all you Democrats and Republicans who are many of you are for the death penalty?  My sister and her husband asked me if I knew if any pro-life politicians are also favoring capital punishment.  I didn't know how many there were, but she asked me if I was for the death penalty.  I said no.  Because you can't be pro-life and favor capital punishment.  Not to mention euthanasia, same-sex marriage, cloning and embryonic stem cell research.

And one more thing before I let you all go...Massachusetts is trying to pass a "death with dignity" law, making us the 3rd. state in the country to favor physician assisted suicide.  We must stand up to this issue by voting no. To find out why, and how you can help, please visit today.

Thanks and God bless.

Tuesday, August 16, 2011


MASS. CITIZENS FOR LIFE has sent me the following email announcing the desire of several doctors wanting to bring physician assisted suicide to the Bay State!

Massachusetts has been targeted! We must prepare! This will be a huge job! We are working on setting up a committee to fight this horrendous petition.

Each of us individually needs must talk to as many people as possible. When you do, you will find that people are not well-informed. They do not realize that doctors can control pain, that most people who consider suicide are depressed and need help for that, and they do not realize the extent of elder abuse. Please talk to people. That will help you become more persuasive. These web sites will help you to answer the questions you are hearing.:



We were checking MCFL News archives and found this article by Dr. Stanton who was among the first to recognize the dangers in euthanasia and assisted suicide.

Please bookmark these websites and consult them regularly. We can do this! Anne



In Massachusetts, more people die annually from suicide than from motor vehicle accidents. [CDC National Vital Statistics Reports, Apr. 24, 2008] In 2007, the state's suicide rate (8.0 per 100,000 people) was almost three times higher than the homicide rate (2.9 per 100,000 people).

According to Elder Abuse Daily, more than 1 in 10 Massachusetts elders are victims of abuse.

Current law regarding assisted suicide

Assisted suicide, including doctor-prescribed suicide, is a common law crime in Massachusetts.

Attempts to permit doctor-prescribed suicide

Bills were proposed in:

1995 (H 3173)

1997 (H 1543)

2009 (H 1468)

2011 (H 2233)

On August 2, 2011, supporters of doctor-prescribed suicide filed a petition seeking to put a measure called the Massachusetts "Death With Dignity Act" on the 2012 ballot. The proposal is virtually identical to their previous legislative attempts and mirrors the Oregon and Washington laws by the same name. The process for the measure actually reaching the voters requires several steps:

• The legal language on the petition must be approved by Attorney General Martha Coakley.

• The signatures of at least 68,911 registered voters must be obtained by mid-November.

• If the signature drive is successful, lawmakers have until May 2012 to either back the proposal, offer an alternative proposal, or permit the measure to go onto the November 2012 ballot.

• If the measure gets the go ahead to be placed on the November 2012 ballot, an addition 11,485 signatures must be collected.


"Drive begins to put assisted suicide law on the ballot next year"

(Boston Globe - August 4, 2011)

Backer of assisted suicide for certain terminally ill patients filed paperwork yesterday with Attorney General Martha Coakley to begin the process of bringing their plan, dubbed the Death with Dignity Act to the 2012 ballot.

"Backers of assisted suicide want 2012 ballot question in Mass."

(Milford Daily News - August 4, 2011)

A ballot question that would pave the way for assisted suicide for some terminally ill patients in Massachusetts could land in front of voters next year. Rep. Louis Kafka, D-Stoughton, who filed a bill earlier this year that resembles the assisted suicide ballot proposal, said the ballot initiative could draw more attention to the issue.

Massachusetts Citizens for Life

The Schrafft Center, 529 Main Street

Boston Massachusetts 02129

United States

We must stand up to this outrageous legislation!  This must not even get onto the ballet in 2012, because if it does, we'll be legalizing euthanasia in this State!  Let's say no to this issue, people, because if we don't say no, it will be as good as saying yes.