Democrats limit choice when it comes to the 15% of Democrats in
Congress who are Pro Life. Several tried to voice their position at recent past conventions but were
not able to get their views put in the platform. The Democrats for Life were also denied a link to their site on the
Democrat Party's site. Accordingly, the Pro Choice Democrats are totalitarian and really
do not allow any real choice.
the power of choice seems to apply to one of the three persons in an abortion. The child and father are not allowed any choice
in the matter. The child, the innocent third party has no choice and is terminated. Nothing is said about
the child's rights.
Roe versus Wade also was based on the Supreme Court
not knowing when life begins. Today, babies are living outside the womb earlier and earlier. The Supreme Court
should at least take this in consideration in revising Roe versus Wade. Otherwise, they defy common sense and the law
2009- Democrat Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur and others in Congress unite to exclude the provision in the health care
bill that would force all taxpayers to pay for abortions as a medical procedure. The Democrat controlled Senate as of
December 2009 are attempting to force this on all taxpayers. Are liberals really liberals when they force their views
on everyone including those who hold abortion as killing a baby.
From Cleveland Plain Dealer
Opinion Page by Ray Tapajna and Robb Durr , January 27, 2003 ________________________________________________________________
Death penalty, abortion: matters of life, death _________________________________________
Regina Brett ( re.: column
comparing abortion and capital punishment. ) clouds the issue of abortion in comparing it to capital punishment. In an abortion,
an innocent third party is "executed," having nothing to do with the actions of the primary parties. There is no
call from the governor to stop the procedure.
Furthermore, with Roe v. Wade, we have a society that participates
in what many of us feel is a "baby holocaust." And by using the terms embryos and fetuses, a subhuman slant
is put on th exercise itself. This opens the door to "mercy killing" and God knows what in the manipulation
of human parts.
Finally, it is ludicrous to lump the right-to-lifers as seemingly being universal in their support of capital punishment.
The Pope himself forgave the man who tried to kill him.
By Ray Tapajna 01/27/03
Regarding Regina Brett's column on George W. Bush's day to promote the sancity of human life:
The question isn't,
"How can someone promote pro-life and (not) oppose capital punishment," but rather, "How can someone be against
the execution of murders, etc, and not decry the killing of millions of innocent babies?"
By Robb Durr 01/27/03