Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Getting out the Vote

The election is next week. Now more than ever we must remind those who who believe in life, who believe in protecting women and children, and who believe in the rule of law, to vote pro-life and only pro-life. That means voting for George W. Bush for president of the United states.

George W. Bush will continue to offer ways for us in the pro-life community to protect women and children.

Let me give you one example that affects the international situation. When Bill Clinton was president, planned parenthood and its ilk had access to the White House. Clinton reversed the Mexico City Policy and millions of your tax dollars were spent to promote pro-abortion and anti-family policies throughout the globe. Planned Parenthood injected itself into the domestic politics of other nations to promote legalization of abortion.

When George W. Bush was elected president, he reversed the Clinton pro-abortion policy and stopped the use of your tax dollars for these deadly purposes. He reinstated the Mexico City policy and now supports programs that promote family life, promote respect for women throughout the world and encourage education and understanding of family related issues.

There is also another even more critical reason for the re-election of George W. Bush. The next president will have the opportunity to nominate as many as four Supreme court justices to the nation's highest court. Who do you want selecting justices to rule on issues such as abortion, marriage and the first and second amendments?

Do you want someone who favors killing unborn children, who favors homosexual marriage or civil unions, who tried to stop the story on events that took place in Viet-Nam?

John Kerry will nominate liberal pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, anti-second amendment judges.

John Kerrry supports keeping Roe v. Wade the law of the land. At the same time he tells people he is "personally" opposed to abortion. (Where do I make the sarcastic remark) His hypocrisy is revealing. He will say anything to anyone to get their vote. He has no substance. He is in a sense not unlike the character in the manchurian candidate.

Anyone who argues that he or she is against abortion and still intends to vote for Kerry is a turncoat to the cause and betrays the trust the children have in those who claim to be pro-life.

It is not a matter of religion. It is a matter of recognizing life as it is and remembering that life matters.


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