Joan Stoykovich Nelson

Oklahoma Conservative Political Action Committee
George W. Bush Presidential Center
Republican National Committee
American Legion Auxiliary
Fox News Contributor
Tulsa Republican Club
Heritage Foundation
John Birch Society
Freedom Alliance

                                                                                                                                        

 

 

 

 
George W. Bush
 
 

 It was one year ago that I that I became a charter member of the George W.  Bush Presidential Center.

Charter members play an important role in the immensely successful launch of this unique physical and unique virtual presence that convenes and connects neighbors and visitors from across the country and around the world.

I would ask that you consider becoming a charter member to help sustain the mission of the George W. Bush Presidential Center in the years ahead.  There is an exciting progress on every front.

Would you stand with President Bush and Mrs. Bush, to help make all of this possible during the Bush Center’ s crucial formative period.

 Thank you.

 Humbly yours,

 Joan Stoykovich Nelson, Charter Member and Advocate for Freedom

 George W. Bush Presidential Center, Institute, and Library

                                                                                                             

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH IN MARINE ONE

LEAVING THE WHITE HOUSE AFTER 911

 

 ONE NATION UNDER GOD...THAT IS RIGHT!  GOOD AND GOD ALWAYS PREVAIL IN THE END.  WE WILL GET OUR COUNTRY BACK.  LOSING AND WAVING A WHITE FLAG IS NOT AN OPTION.  OUR BLOOD IS RED, WHITE, AND BLUE...


     
 
      
  
    One Nation Under GOD
                                                  
                    
  
 
 I Pledge Allegiance To The Flag
Of The United States of America
And To The Republic For Which It Stands
One Nation Under GOD Indivisible
With Liberty and Justice For All
 
  
 “Old Glory is hallowed by the blood of the innocent righteously shed on the battle fields of history, making right the power of might.  A Memorial to those Lost; A Tribute to our Men & Women in Uniform; A Beacon of the Rule of Law. A Nation without end. Almighty Merciful Creator Bless our Wounded Warriors, Compassionate Father, surround them with peace through the awareness of the Hero Within.  Almighty Lord  we are so sorry for their losses. Bless the souls of the POW/MIA in captivity and in the unmarked graves all across the Battle Fields of History.” Amen”   ~ Stoykovich ©
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 


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President George W. Bush
Signed the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act

Pittsburgh, PA August 5, 2002

 

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NOTE: The President spoke at 12:58 p.m. in Ballroom 3 at the Hilton Pittsburgh. In his remarks, he referred to Bishop Donald W. Wuerl, Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh. H.R. 2175, approved August 5, was assigned Public Law No. 107-207.

 

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President George W. Bush
Remarks on Signing the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act          

Well, thank you all very much for this bill signing ceremony. I'm pleased to sign it in the great city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The history of our country is the story of a promise, a promise of life and liberty made at our founding and fulfilled over the centuries in our laws. It is a story of expanding inclusion and protection for the ignored and the weak and the powerless. And now we extend the promise and protection to the most vulnerable members of our society.

Today I sign the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act. This important legislation ensures that every infant born alive, including an infant who survives an abortion procedure, is considered a person under Federal law. This reform was passed with the overwhelming support of both political parties, and it is about to become the law of the land. 
 
I appreciate so very much Senator Rick Santorum and Congressman Steve Chabot from Ohio for sponsoring this important piece of legislation. I also appreciate Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania and Congresswoman Melissa Hart for coming as well.
 
I want to thank the bishop of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Bishop Wuerl, for being here. It's good to see you again, Bishop. I appreciate Hadley Arkes, the professor of jurisprudence and American institutions at Amherst University. I want to thank Jill Stanek, registered nurse, labor and delivery unit, Christ Hospital and Medical Center, for being here as well. I appreciate Gianna Jessen, who is an abortion survivor and a pro-life advocate. I want to thank Dr. Watson Bowes, who is a professor emeritus of gynecology and obstetrics, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina.
 
I want to thank you all for coming. It's important that you're here to send a signal that you're dedicated to the protection of human life. The issue of abortion divides Americans, no question about it. Yet, today we stand on common ground. The Born-Alive Infants Protection Act establishes a principle in America law and American conscience: There is no right to destroy a child who has been born alive. A child who is born has intrinsic worth and must have the full protection of our laws.
 
Today, through sonograms and other technology, we can clearly—see clearly that unborn children are members of the human family as well. They reflect our image, and they were created in God's own image.
 
The Born-Alive Infants Protection Act is a step toward the day when every child is welcomed in life and protected in law. It is a step toward the day when the promises of the Declaration of Independence will apply to everyone, not just those with the voice and power to defend their rights. This law is a step toward the day when America fully becomes, in the words of Pope John Paul II, "a hospitable, a welcoming culture."
 
Our society has enough compassion and wealth and love to care for mothers and their children and to seek the promise and potential of every life. In protecting the vulnerable and the weak, the imperfect and the unwanted, you are affirming a culture of life.
 
I'm grateful for your perseverance on behalf of this noble cause. I want to thank you for your hard work. I appreciate your care for every member of the human family. Thank you for coming today.
 
It's now my honor and pleasure to sign into law the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act.

NOTE: The President spoke at 12:58 p.m. in Ballroom 3 at the Hilton Pittsburgh. In his remarks, he referred to Bishop Donald W. Wuerl, Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh. H.R. 2175, approved August 5, was assigned Public Law No. 107-207

 

 

 

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President George W. Bush
Remarks on Signing the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act Pittsburgh, PA August 5, 2002


Today I sign the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act. This important legislation ensures that every infant born alive, including an infant who survives an abortion procedure, is considered a person under Federal law. This reform was passed with the overwhelming support of both political parties, and it is about to become the law of the land.

I appreciate so very much Senator Rick Santorum and Congressman Steve Chabot from Ohio for sponsoring this important piece of legislation. I also appreciate Senator Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania and Congresswoman Melissa Hart for coming as well.

I want to thank the bishop of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Bishop Wuerl, for being here. It's good to see you again, Bishop. I appreciate Hadley Arkes, the professor of jurisprudence and American institutions at Amherst University. I want to thank Jill Stanek, registered nurse, labor and delivery unit, Christ Hospital and Medical Center, for being here as well. I appreciate Gianna Jessen, who is an abortion survivor and a pro-life advocate. I want to thank Dr. Watson Bowes, who is a professor emeritus of gynecology and obstetrics, School of Medicine, University of North Carolina.

I want to thank you all for coming. It's important that you're here to send a signal that you're dedicated to the protection of human life. The issue of abortion divides Americans, no question about it. Yet, today we stand on common ground. The Born-Alive Infants Protection Act establishes a principle in America law and American conscience: There is no right to destroy a child who has been born alive. A child who is born has intrinsic worth and must have the full protection of our laws.

Today, through sonograms and other technology, we can clearly—see clearly that unborn children are members of the human family as well. They reflect our image, and they were created in God's own image.

The Born-Alive Infants Protection Act is a step toward the day when every child is welcomed in life and protected in law. It is a step toward the day when the promises of the Declaration of Independence will apply to everyone, not just those with the voice and power to defend their rights. This law is a step toward the day when America fully becomes, in the words of Pope John Paul II, "a hospitable, a welcoming culture."

Our society has enough compassion and wealth and love to care for mothers and their children and to seek the promise and potential of every life. In protecting the vulnerable and the weak, the imperfect and the unwanted, you are affirming a culture of life.


I'm grateful for your perseverance on behalf of this noble cause. I want to thank you for your hard work. I appreciate your care for every member of the human family. Thank you for coming today.

It's now my honor and pleasure to sign into law the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act.


NOTE: The President spoke at 12:58 p.m. in Ballroom 3 at the Hilton Pittsburgh. In his remarks, he referred to Bishop Donald W. Wuerl, Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh. H.R. 2175, approved August 5, was assigned Public Law No. 107-207.

 

Barrack Hussein Obama Votes Against Born Alive Infant Protection Act

 

 

 

 

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President George W. Bush
Remarks on Signing the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act Pittsburgh, PA August 5, 2002

Well, thank you all very much for this bill signing ceremony. I'm pleased to sign it in the great city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The history of our country is the story of a promise, a promise of life and liberty made at our founding and fulfilled over the centuries in our laws. It is a story of expanding inclusion and protection for the ignored and the weak and the powerless. And now we extend the promise and protection to the most vulnerable members of our society.


Today I sign the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act. This important legislation ensures that every infant born alive, including an infant who survives an abortion procedure, is considered a person under Federal law. This reform was passed with the overwhelming support of both political parties, and it is about to become the law of the land.

Jill Stanek, Registered Nurse, Illinois

Talks About Her Experience With Live Birth Abortion

 

 

 
 



Today, through sonograms and other technology, we can clearly—see clearly that unborn children are members of the human family as well. They reflect our image, and they were created in God's own image.

The Born-Alive Infants Protection Act is a step toward the day when every child is welcomed in life and protected in law. It is a step toward the day when the promises of the Declaration of Independence will apply to everyone, not just those with the voice and power to defend their rights. This law is a step toward the day when America fully becomes, in the words of Pope John Paul II, "a hospitable, a welcoming culture."

Our society has enough compassion and wealth and love to care for mothers and their children and to seek the promise and potential of every life. In protecting the vulnerable and the weak, the imperfect and the unwanted, you are affirming a culture of life.

I'm grateful for your perseverance on behalf of this noble cause. I want to thank you for your hard work. I appreciate your care for every member of the human family. Thank you for coming today.

It's now my honor and pleasure to sign into law the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act.


NOTE: The President spoke at 12:58 p.m. in Ballroom 3 at the Hilton Pittsburgh. In his remarks, he referred to Bishop Donald W. Wuerl, Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh. H.R. 2175, approved August 5, was assigned Public Law No. 107-207.

Obama's Support of Abortion Even After Child is Born

 

 

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