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The purpose of this group is to work on legislative matters regarding a Father’s right to the life decisions of his unborn child. Our mission is to enact legislation which enforces a father’s right to stop the abortion of his unborn baby.
We fight for Paternal Consent to Abortion, SC Code of Laws,Title 44, Chapter 41,. In 1972 Supreme Court Justices Kennedy, Souter & O'Connor called Paternal Consent: "Repugnant and Unconstitutional".We have come no farther since then. We ask legislative leaders & citizens who wish to work in a positive manner to enact this critical legislation. We are not taking on Abortion. We are taking on the lack of PATERNAL CONSENT. Every baby has a father.
Our Mission is to enact Fair Paternal Consent to SC Code. This is not a debate group. If you wish to debate the abortion issue, please visit yahoogroups.

This site is dedicated to the memory of Andy Anderson and to his son: Denver Andrew Anderson. Andy was a kind young man who was very excited to be engaged and expecting his first child. His fiancee stole that joy from him, destroying both baby and father. Andy succumbed to the horrible, unimaginable pain that accompanied finding out that she had aborted his baby. He ended his life the day his baby died: November 5th, 2004. Let us honor him by working toward his goal. His work has only just begun.

Andy was abandoned by his own father at the age of 3 years. His crushing pain at the total rejection by his father created a profound love for his own boy, his son. He was determined to be the BEST father ever! He was so excited. I still smile at his joy at this miracle.

He gave his life for love of his son. He WAS the best father ever. Andy died at 24 years of age. Denver never had a chance to breathe.

I love you both so.
Photo: Andy and the BCO~1998

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