Dear Mr. Romney,
I speak to you as a brother. I am a man who will stand up for you, who will defend you and follow you. We are at major crossroads in America, your leadership is needed, our future and¬† destiny are at stake.
I ask you now to stand up and say for the world to hear that the party of Abraham Lincoln, of Teddy Roosevelt, once and for all has no business in the affairs of a woman and her doctors.
Sir, we will lose this race for the White House if you fail to stand up for a woman‚Äôs right to choose.
The Romans sought to create a senate and dream of justice and the rights of all free men, yet 2,400 years later we are still struggling with liberty. If ever there was a time for courage, that time is now.
Thirty-five-hundred years ago Moses was asked by the Lord to lead his people out of Egypt. He replied, “Who am I to do this?” The Lord replied, “I will be with you,” and he was.
Sir, we are with you now. Your track record proves it. Government has no business interfering in the most personal medical affairs of a woman. Stand up and the American people will stand with you.