Hello, I'm Peter Miesler and am closing in on 69 years old, with a life time of caring about women's rights and mystified at the dirty tricks of the opposition. After years of processing the competing ideas I've boiled down my justifications for the defense of women best I can. With recent events encouraging me to step up and condense it down to postcard size, and try to broadcast. So far I printed up 250 postcards that I sent to various women's Right organizations and key politicians.
Then after some clean up editing I had another 1000 postcards printed up, that I'm sending to county Democratic Party organizations in key states, then it'll be onto news outlets, young voters organizations.
Unfortunately, costs add up and my budget is dry. The effort isn't over, it's simply reduced to a snail's pace.
Unless I can find some like-minded people willing to help with purchasing more stamps - $0.53@.
Should I receive a surplus it would certainly get plowed right back into another order of postcards & stamps.
The postcard reads: "In Defense of Women"
"Birth & death are part and parcel of our human condition, they can't be moralized out of existence. A pregnancy is never a guarantee and this isn’t about the fate of the fetus. This is about who has the most realistic and moral ‘standing’ to make such a fateful decision.
A fetus certainly is human, but its a potentiality, a person in the making, the fetus doesn't take on the mantle of personhood until those first breaths of life-giving air start infusing its lungs and arteries and tissues with oxygen.
In a free society, legally speaking, why doesn't a woman deserve the Right to Her Own Self-Defense - along with Sovereignty Over Her Own Body?
Why wouldn't a just society clearly acknowledge: “A woman's life is more precious to her existing family, and to society, than an unborn potentiality."?
Life can force impossible situations upon people, who are we to judge her? Why not some compassion for the most difficult decision in a person’s life.
Entrust her with the responsibility of making their own best informed choices about their own pregnancies.
It is significant that abortion is as old as civilization, even Jewish scripture presents the Abrahamic God's perspective on the crisis in a forgiving humane manner."
On the address side:
"If we aren’t changing minds we are losing.
Women should be entrusted, above all others, with the responsibility of making her own best informed choices about her own pregnancies.
In a free society, why won’t we grant women a Right to Self-Defense - along with Sovereignty Over Her Own Body?
Why not recognize that a woman’s life is more precious to her existing family, and to society, than an unborn potentiality.
It’s the woman’s responsibility. Allow her to make her own decision. No one cares as much as she does! "
Thank you for your consideration,