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The ‘Pledge’ - Do the Republicans really want to end abortion?

The GOP is getting ready to release another "Contract", this one called 'Pledge to America', of where they stand and what issues they will be pursuing as a party. Why do I get the feeling LIFE isn't going to be an important topic in this one just as it wasn't in the last one?

Brendan Buck, spokesman for America Speaking Out said “House Republicans have been listening to the American people, and we’re going to put forth a positive agenda that focuses on solutions for the top priorities of the nation,”.

Will one of those "top priorities" be saving the 4,000 people who are slaughtered in the womb every single day in America? It doesn't look like it. Fox News says there is something in there to make the "Hyde Amendment" permanent, which prevents federal dollars from being used for abortions.

Congressman Mike Pence said this morning "the Republican party lost their way" & referred to the 'Pledge' as a way to correct this mistake. Initially the 'Pledge' had no social issues in it, only Tea-Party-style fiscal issues.

Let's face it, all the stuff that has been inside GOP "contracts" has not been about protecting the least of us. There is no focus on what is killing millions of Americans every year. Some examples of issues which are completely ignored:

- Abortion on demand - Over one million people killed in America alone every single year
- Cloning - clone and kill policies are in effect around the country and are funded by states and national money. A person can be legally cloned, (s)he just isn't allowed to live. That person is used for experimentation only.
- Embryonic stem cell research - What do you think an embryo is anyway? An embryo is a living human being at an early stage of growth, like a fetus, baby or toddler. Why do decent Americans allow the killing of humans for science? How has science become such a mass killer of mankind?
- In vitro fertilization - Yes, it is a struggle not to be able to conceive, but why would we allow thousands of innocent people to be killed just so that you can have a baby? Selective reduction, a fancy word for kill the extras, is used when too many humans have been, what you might call "started", in the womb. Remember Octomom? The reason she delivered 8 children is because she didn't want to kill 6 of them, a standard practice in such cases. Before you judge her, think about the millions of Americans who are killing their "extra" children so they can have safer deliveries.
- Birth control pills - Only one stage of the birth control pill is meant to "control" pregnancy. The other two stages are meant to kill the baby if, by chance, the baby has made it past the first "control". If you take birth control pills, it is likely you have killed 1 or many children & didn't even know it.

The Tea Party folks haven't publicly stated their position on LIFE either, and if you look at their 'Contract from America', you can see the topic missing there as well.

1. Protect the Constitution
2. Reject Cap & Trade
3. Demand a Balanced Budget
4. Enact Fundamental Tax Reform
5. Restore Fiscal Responsibility & Constitutionally Limited Government
6. End Runaway Government Spending
7. Defund, Repeal, & Replace Government-run Health Care
8. Pass an ‘All-of-the-Above” Energy Policy
9. Stop the Pork
10. Stop the Tax Hikes

It appears to me that Republicans just put their fingers up to the wind to see what conservative America wants them to do. They don't seem to have the ability to know right from wrong & stand on it. They struggle with the moral issues nowadays because for so many years they have been pushing to please middle-America.

I interviewed Congressman Pence last week & he said "I believe at the very core of these times, is a recognition that this not just an economic or political crisis we are facing, but it's a moral crisis. And the American people know this. And so giving voice to the values of what have made this country great, our commitment to the sanctity of every human life, our commitment to traditional marriage, our commitment to the importance of religion in everyday life, is paramount for our leaders to express."



The Republican party said they listened to America & that's why they are pushing to make Hyde amendment language permanent. America, if we want to end abortion, we have to demand an end to abortion. We the people need to make this happen because they the politicians are going to do what politicians do, get re-elected.

I have not seen the 'Pledge' yet, but I will be there this morning for the unveiling. I pray I am wrong & that there is strong language in there which calls for an end to abortion. With the history of the Republican party on this challenge though, I'm more likely to win the lottery.

I'm not saying don't vote for Republicans, I'm saying you can't JUST vote for Republicans. We have to vote and than demand an end to abortion. How would you feel if you were trying to end slavery & the Republicans came out & said that they were going to stop federal funding of slave owners? The slave market would still continue, just as abortion will still continue under the Hyde provisions. Hyde amendment provisions are a farce. It's a way for Republicans to claim they are pro-life without having to demand an end to abortion.

Call your representatives today & every first Friday & let them know we want them to end abortion, not just stop federal funding of it. Click here to contact your representatives and let them know. http://www.firstgov.gov/Contact/Elected.shtml

Peter Shinn
President
Pro-Life Unity

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Dean Schultz - WORSHIP EQUIPPERS FOR CHRIST at 40 Days For Life

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Jonathan Darnel National Dir. Pro-Life Unity - 1st day Forty Days For Life

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Genesis 1:14, 15   Thought/Prayer:  Everything Being Equal.  Topics:  2 at end.

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New Stanek WND.com column, “Republican pro-life paradigm shift”

Yes, the Republican Party is the pro-life party. But the abortion issue often seems like its red-headed stepchild.

For example, the 1994 House GOP Contract with America, which provided a Republican roadmap out of that decade's liberal abyss, completely omitted any mention of abortion....

This week I'm happy to report the 2010 House GOP Contract with America is now anticipated to address the abortion issue....

I also wrote last week the pro-life political projectile right now is the tea party. Some disagree, complaining tea partiers don't necessarily want to spotlight our issue either, because it's "too divisive."

But pay attention to the sterling pro-life candidates the tea party is giving us. As John Avlon wrote at The Daily Beast Sept. 20:
But the soothing big-tent implications offered by those who say the GOP should de-emphasize social issues only seem to go one way. There is no concurrent sense of tolerance for candidates with liberal or libertarian social positions. Where are the tea party candidates who are pro-choice?


MSNBC liberal host Rachel Maddow incredulously pointed out last week that five GOP tea party-backed U.S. Senate candidates are pro-life with no exceptions: Sharron Angle of Nevada, Ken Buck of Colorado, Joe Miller of Alaska, Christine O'Donnell of Delaware and Rand Paul of Kentucky.

This is huge.... Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards understands, hence her frantic email alert Monday calling this development, "not just crazy – truly frightening."...

And, of course, there is the superfluity of pro-life female candidates, causing many to proclaim this "The Year of the Pro-Life Woman."...

Continue reading my column today, "Republican pro-life paradigm shift," at WorldNetDaily.com.

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I Thessalonians 5:14 (Pt. 3)  Thought/Prayer:  Those Kids I Taught.  Topics:  2 at end.

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I Thess. 5:14 (Pt. 2) Thought/Prayer: Having a Ball /The Secret of Their Place. Topics: 2 at end.

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Video - Ken Blackwell of the Family Research Council talks about life at the Values Voter Summit



"If you accept the states ability to destroy innocent life, you open the door to bigger and bigger, more intrusive government"

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A Day for Prayer   September 18, 2010

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Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN) at Value Voters Summit 2010

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Mid-Atlantic 40 Days for Life Kickoff Conference

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