At St. Patrick’s Church in Cleveland yesterday a missionary priest described the abject poverty in Jamaica. He said in the real Jamaica, not the resort Jamaica, some 74% of the people live on less than $2 a day. There are scores of slums with tiny shacks, no running water, no electricity… and worse. Yet the priest said Americans will think nothing of spending 10 bucks on a couple “Happy Meals” at McDonalds, or $50 on dinner out and a movie, or, well, whatever it takes to satisfy our “wants” — while little children go hungry all over the world. Question: If I continue on in all the comfort of my American lifestyle knowing people are starving to death elsewhere (24,000 every day), how “pro-Life” am I really? Note: We spent three weeks on a farm in mid-Ohio where I never once heard a police siren. And when we got back to the city, I didn’t here a siren either — for the first 10 minutes. There was, however, a police helicopter hovering above the neighborhood as we pulled up. “Green Acres is the place to be…” Note 2: Have I mentioned we’re trying to raise donations? We need $3,000 for our next tour so a voice so badly needed in this society can continue to reach as many people as possible. Thanks. Schriner Presidential Election Committee, 2100 W. 38th St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113.