AUSTIN, Texas -- Ten-year-old Samuel Castillo of San Antonio, Texas, usually doesn't think twice about the clothes he puts on every morning. But Monday was "wear blue day" for pro-life supporters in Texas, so he purposefully donned blue jeans and a blue polo shirt. Even his eyes are blue, he noted with pride: "I was kinda hoping someone would notice that."
Castillo and his older brother, David, woke up at 3 a.m. that morning to drive to Austin with their family to support a pro-life bill under consideration in both the House and Senate. Sitting on the Capitol steps with blue-and-white signs that read, "Protect Women. Protect Life," the brothers explained they weren't there just because their parents dragged them along for the ride.
"I'm here to support this bill 100 percent," David said. The 12-year-old wore an "Unborn Babies Feel Pain!" sticker and a silver "Precious Feet" lapel pin, made in the exact size and shape of an unborn baby's feet at 10 weeks after conception. "We're trying to make abortion as difficult as possible in Texas. God gave us a right to life in the Constitution and the Bible."
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