For Immediate Release
June 29, 2012
Contact: Eugene Vigil @ 757-593-9982
Atlanta, GA – “The Supreme Court today voted against the American people. The Affordable Care Act tramples on our religious liberties and our conscience rights and it affects every American. When will we wake up and realize that we are being sold a bill of goods?
The system of checks and unbalance is doling out death care in the name of affordable care. Many of the goods and services included in the ACA are linked to breast cancer, strokes, heart attacks, and baby killing; and many Americas don’t even realize that we are in danger.
The “innocent bystanders” are either uninformed or misinformed. All the while, many of those elected to protect our rights are making deadly deals behind closed doors.
America, this isn’t about political parties, ethnic debates and which side are you on brothers and sisters. Across the isles and among the three branches, a terrible hand has been dealt. Right now, today, in the face of this terrible decision by the Supreme Court Justices, some are being duped into thinking that the upcoming elections are only at the presidential level. Nothing can be further from the truth.
The presidential election should not require all of our focus, as we must also work as hard as we can to salvage as many good people/causes down ballot as possible.
Our economy is suffering because a moral morass is eating away at our infrastructure. Homes, jobs, health, quality of life – all are being impeded and swallowed up by negative forces that are causing people to turn on each other rather than lifting a helping hand. Not only are babies in the wombs and marriages and families suffering; our pocketbooks, schools, neighborhoods and everything that matters are in danger.
Wake up America, the thief is at the door! But even though the Supreme Court voted against us, we are not without recourse. Americans get the final vote on November 6.”
Dr. Alveda King is Director of African American Outreach at Priests for Life, Founder of King for America and a guardian of the King Family Legacy inherited from her father, Rev. A. D. King, and her grandfather Dr. Martin Luther King, Sr. She is also the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.