Politics

Tell Stephen Colbert’s SuperPAC you stand for life!

I think Stephen Colbert of The Colbert Report is hilarious. Recently he launched his very own PAC (political action committee) called “SuperPAC” which is dedicated to “making a better tomorrow… tomorrow.”

Sure, it’s all for fun, but because so many people love Colbert the PAC has actually raised lots of money, and now he’s asking his fans to help him decide how to spend it.

That’s where we come in!

Jacqueline Harvey has started a Facebook event to support the cause: “Tell Stephen Colbert You Stand for the Protection of Human Life.” It already has almost 450 attendees!

It’s simple:

Please go to: colbertsuperpac.ele​ctricpulp.com

Paste: “Protecting human life from conception to natural death” in the “What do you stand for?” box. You’ll have 50+ characters left, but we need to be consistent with our pro-life message up front. Feel free to add anything else you please. We have only a week, so please act quickly and share with your friends and family.

I would add something like “Join the youth revolution for life at www.liveaction.org.”

Jacqueline mentions that pro-lifers in Canada managed to make the #1 wish in the Great Canadian Wishlist be “abolishing abortion,” and we have a chance to send the same powerful message here in the USA.

To make a joke off of Colbert’s book, I Am America, and So Can You!— Stephen: We’re Pro-Life, and So Can You!

[Cross-posted at CatholicVote.org]

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