Monday, September 15, 2008


I was home today and happened to catch Oprah on the TV in my bedroom. She said that it would be a VERY hard show to watch, but to PLEASE stay tuned and watch and listen and ACT at the end of the show. Now, I have a very sensitive spirit and often times choose not to watch things when I feel like they will upset me more than help. Well, it upset me and instead of turning it off, I opted TO help. The show was about Internet Predators and how many of them there are compared to how few law enforcement there are just for that task force. I will not go into great detail about the graphic and heart wrenching things that are being done to BABIES in AMERICA. She gave a link on her website to our local legislature to write a letter to them BEGGING them to pass Bill #1738. The PROTECT our CHILDREN ACT.

Please visit to get the link. Click on the Monday show and there is a senate link. From there you click on IDAHO then you can copy and paste a pre written letter on a web form to Larry Craig and Mike Crapo.

This must be done by SEPTEMBER 20, 2008.

Sorry for the rant, but PLEASE, just do it! Dem, Reb, Ind, IT DOES NOT MATTER!

Let me know if you did it. So I can add you to my list of HEROS!

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Joleen said...

I saw parts of it last night too (the re-broadcast at 9), and I had the same reaction! I'm on my way to right now to send the letters!

Harry and Jill said...

I did it.... Put me on your list.

Laura said...

Allison, I almost posted this same thing on my blog. I have had a really hard time getting those awful image & out my head. She didn't show much in the way of pictures or video, but enough. I made me nauseous to hear what so many SICK people are capable of. What is wrong with people? I cried on and off for a couple hours that day. It make me want to keep my kids in sight at all times!!! Thanks for posting this. I hope lots of people took the time to write it because of your post.

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