Editor, Times-Union:

Please follow my six points below:

ONE - At conception the preborn person has his/her own unique DNA from his/her mother and father. The preborn person is a separate and distinct person from his/her mother.

TWO - It is wrong to intentionally kill an innocent human being. Abortion intentionally kills an innocent human being.  Therefore abortion is wrong.

THREE - The U.S. Constitution gives few powers to the federal government. Those powers are listed. Any power not listed is reserved for the states and the citizens. The federal government does not have the authority to allow the intentional killing of preborn persons.

FOUR - The Declaration of Independence says the purpose of governments is to secure our rights. When the federal government oversteps its authority, it is the responsibility of our state legislature to nullify the unconstitutional overreach of the federal government.

FIVE - The establishment wants to slow down abortions little by little. There are still over 7,000 abortions per year in Indiana. Curt Nisly has been the champion of preborn persons in Indiana, by submitting a bill to protect all preborn persons at conception. He has done this for several years.  This is not popular with the establishment in Indianapolis.    To me this is the ultimate badge of honor that Curt Nisly stands up to the establishment by working to protect preborn persons.

SIX - I have lived my adult life in the culture of death since 1973. It was decades before I did anything about it. I do not want to finish my life looking the other way as my Jewish neighbors are herded into Nazi cattle cars. I feel the need to do what I can. I need to stand up and say it is wrong to intentionally kill preborn persons.

Please join me in doing the best thing we can for preborn persons. Please join me in voting for Curt Nisly.

Craig Nayrocker

Warsaw, via email