Monday, April 20, 2009

Red Envelope Project - over 2 million so far

I don't know exactly where this idea originated, but I keep hearing more and more about it -- and now hundreds of thousands of pro-life Americans are getting on board.

So in case you somehow missed it, I thought you'd like to know about it, too: the RED ENVELOPE campaign.

The idea is to swamp the White House mail room with red envelopes that represent babies killed through abortion. So far the White House has received more than 2 million red envelopes.

Each envelope is empty, signifying the life we never got to know.

Here are the simple instructions:

---> 1. Get a red envelope at an office supply or party store.

---> 2. Address is to the president:

President Barack Obama
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington DC 20500

---> 3. On the back, write this message:

This envelope represents one child who died in abortion. It is empty because that life was
unable to offer anything to the world. Responsibility begins with conception.

---> 4. Stamp the envelope and mail it.

It's that simple, -- anybody can do it.

But to be effective, we need HUGE numbers of pro-lifers to participate. So send YOUR red envelope, and let all your pro-life friends know about the campaign, too.

When Barack Obama sees how many Americans are willing to TAKE ACTION to speak up for unborn babies, he may rethink his anti-life policies.

At the very least, he'll hesitate to push those policies so hard -- We owe it to the babies to do what we can to put the brakes on the pro-abortion agenda in the White House.

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