Tuesday, October 18, 2011

The Denver Project

Victims in Denver Need Our Help

As you know, when my family and I became the target of a harassment campaign launched by anti-choice protesters, I decided to fight back. The peaceful counter-campaign that many of you helped with was a success by any measure, most dramatically by the fact that the harassment has completely stopped. In fact, the "Contact Todd Stave Campaign" (as they called it) has been suspended altogether.
Now, it's time to help another victim of blatant anti-choice bullying. Please join Voice of Choice in launching a counter-campaign in support of The Denver Project.

It is time we give the harassers a better understanding of what being a victim feels like. Attached is a list of people we need to call. Their behavior toward the clinics, doctors, and patients is best described as threatening and bullying. Victim reports are available upon request.

It is time to fight back!

Please call each person on the list just once. When you call be polite and sincere in your tone and demeanor. DO NOT ARGUE WITH THEM.
Do not leave a voice message. If they do not answer call back at a later time.

In your own words let them know when you call that:

1)  We know who they are and we know that they are bullies trying to intimidate abortion providers and patients.

2) We are ALL protected by the first amendment and that continued harassment will be met with a like response in the future. Our group is now 3000 strong and we know who they are and where they live.

3) If everyone acted like them when they had a strong opinion about something we would live in a very unpleasant society. It is not their beliefs we object to. Their behavior will not be tolerated.


If you would like a copy of the email with the names and phone numbers, please email todd@vochoice.org

If anyone needs information about how get a free virtual phone number that you can use to make these calls please let me know. The free virtual phone numbers also come with free long distance and free voice mail with voice mail messages that can be emailed. They are handy if you need to send voice mail messages to someone else.

Victims in Denver need our help. Lets put an end to the harassment and bullying and stand up for women's rights.

Thank you,
Todd Stave, Director


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