The next day in Stephenville, a front page story about the campaign ran. The headline: “Will The Next President Be An Average Joe?” Paula Kinsel and Kim Sykes would like to think so. After seeing the article, they invited us to their small restaurant called: “Out To Lunch.” (Something Liz accuses me of being frequently.) At the restaurant, which is in a small green converted home, I talked to regular Grieg Mayberry. He has a Sunday Gospel Show on KSTV Country Radio here. He also has a prison ministry and said that recently a member of the “Mexican Mafia” and two “Arian Nation” prisoners “each came to the Lord.” It was tremendously moving, said Mayberry. Mayberry is also a member of Cottonwood Baptist Church here and said the church (unlike many churches these days) spends more on outreach than they do to the church facility itself… From Stephenville, we traveled to Abilene, Texas, where I met with pro-life advocate Dr. Jim Sulliman. A marriage and family counselor who graduated from Rutgers, he has been at the forefront of the pro-life movement here. He showed me a 1963 Planned Parenthood pamphlet that was describing what artificial birth control was, and wasn’t. For instance, it said birth control wasn’t abortion. “An abortion kills the life of a baby after it has begun.” The Planned Parenthood pamphlet amazingly read. Sulliman also said much of Planned Parenthood rhetoric around now promoting abortion revolves around “…a woman having the right to do whatever she wants with her body.” In response, Dr. Sulliman says: “Have a woman take off all her clothes and walk down the street. See how far she gets before she’s arrested.” Good point.