Am I alone? It can’t be, can it, that I am the only pro-life liberal around? Could it?
I mean, I hear from Conservatives that I know about how “you liberals” want to “protect a woman’s right to choose.” But, I “liberal” don’t.
I don’t believe in abortion. No matter how the package comes to you, a baby is always a gift from God — ALWAYS. If you don’t want that gift or you can’t handle it, after you give birth, contact me. I’ll adopt it. I’ll raise your gift from God with love and compassion.
The reason I don’t go out of my way to stand with most pro-lifers is two fold. First, I think that we should educate our young to avoid unwanted pregnacies in the first place. Second, most of the pro-lifers I know support the death penalty. And, therein lies our difference. Every life is a gift from God — even the worst of the worst of criminals — we should lock them up and throw away the key, but it should never be our choice to kill them. How does killing someone send the message that killing is wrong?
So, the next time you see me or comment on my blog, don’t assume that I’m pro-choice. I’m not and never will be.
Did you call your Senator? If you didn’t, you should. I happen to be pro-life and would be totally happy if Roe v Wade was overturned, but there’s a lot more that will happen over the next 30 years on the Supreme Court than just that! We can’t have a man who acts as if he’s never even READ the constitution on our court. Where in the Constitution do business rights come before human rights?
Anyway, you in Wisconsin, here are the numbers:
Please call Sens. Kohl and Feingold right now and ask them to join the filibuster against Samuel Alito.
Senator Herb Kohl
Eau Claire: 715-832-8424
Senator Russell Feingold
Green Bay: 920-465-7508
If you are anywhere else, call the Congress number and ask for your Senator’s office: 202-225-3121.
We only need 41 Senators to show that they care about this country to defeat Alito and I don’t give a rat’s ass if the defeat makes his wife cry!
Okay, maybe I’m just tired, as it has been a very long day, but come on, is anyone really surprised that Bush’s approval ratings are down?
Between the Republican filled Abramoff scandal — no Democrats received direct payments — to the spying on United States citizens without warrants to, well, fill in the blank. Of course his approval ratings are down. You can tell just by the fact that he’s traveling around giving speeches and talks — without having the crowd censored, like his previous tours.
Bush knows he’s a lame duck and he only has two years left. This isn’t even news, is it?