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Posted on 01/21/2011 8:20:57 AM PST by julieee
Switch to Pro-Abortion Governor Allowed Abortionist Horror
The grand jury calls him a butcher of women. If the charges are proven correct, he is a butcher of baby girls and boys too, a poster boy for what Roe v Wade has wrought.
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To the left, it makes no difference if a baby is killed before birth or after birth. Ask the Chinese and Tibetans.
Another reason to never elect RINOS.
One intriguing element of this that has been overlooked is that this doctor is black, and the vast majority of his patients are black and he was MURDERING BLACK BABIES. How would this have played out differently had the doctor been white? Or had his patients been white?
His big claim to fame was that he was a FISCAL CONSERVATIVE, but socially he was a regular old baby killer.
If you poke around a bit you'll find that a SIGNIFICANT CHUNK of the TEAParty movement is made up of such folks.
What happens when you accuse folks like Ridge of being RINOs is that all Tom's friends (in the TEAPARTY, etc.) are going to do two things ~ doubt that they are welcome in Republican circles, and doubt that you know what you're talking about.
Frankly, I would have ridden all the pro-abortion types out of the party on a rail ages ago. That they like to kill babies has little to do with politics ~ it has a lot to do with immorality, and that's a good place to draw the line.
Tom Ridge might well be a good guy otherwise, but I don't associate with such people and you shouldn't either.
At the same time he's not now nor has he ever been a RINO.
This same thing was happening in Kansas with Tiller, Sebelius, and AG Morrison.
The people got laws passed through the legislature against PBA,
and Sebelius and Morrison REFUSED to enforce these laws.
Tiller was killed as a result.
That was a converted toad husk tossed out there to make you think he was dead and gone.
He'll be back climbing out of "the Pit".
I questioned why any “church” that names the name of Christ would let that person darken its doors.
Of course, many liberal “churches” these days are simply apostate, the whore of babylon.
That's code for "abortion".
I suspect a fair number of the remaining ELCA congregations will look around and tie up with the United Methodists (there being no essential difference between them).
The question of gay priests is peripheral to the dissolution of the organization. That would have happened anyway.
All Christians should understand that the most vehement persecution of the “remnant” will come from organizations like ELCA.
it’s a race to the bottom for the ELCA. I see them becoming an association devoted to selling Christmas cards when it’s all over!
ALL RINOs claim to be fiscal conservatives: Christine Todd Whitman, Arnold Schwartzenegger, Bill Weld, Olympia Snowe, Mike DeWine, George Voinovich, Arlen Specter, Jim Jeffords, Linc Chafee, Lowell Weicker, Bob Packwood, Lisa Murkowski...
Are they ever? If they’re willing to sell out their moral and legal principles at the cost of fifty million dead babies, you think they’re going to blink at passing some pork?
I have a three part test for any politician ~ first, he or she has to be pro-life. Second they have to be in favor of cutting taxes no matter what's going on. Everything government does can always be done more efficiently. And third, that they're not Democrats, nor have they ever been Democrats.
That pretty much eliminates all the Leftwingtards and whoremongers!
>> I suspect a fair number of the remaining ELCA congregations will look around and tie up with the United Methodists (there being no essential difference between them). <<
For the Methodists, it’s already happened throughout the rest of the old-line Protestant world:
Australia: Uniting Church in Australia, the 1977 union of Congregationalist, Methodist, and Presbyterian churches
Canada: United Church of Canada, the 1925 union of Congregationalist, Methodist, and Presbyterian churches (including Bermuda )
Germany: Evangelical Church in Germany, the 1948 federation of 10 Lutheran, 2 Reformed, and 11 United church bodies.
India: Church of North India, the 1970 union of Anglican, Methodist, Baptist, Disciples of Christ, Presbyterian, Congregational, and the Church of the Brethren churches
India: Church of South India, the 1947 union of Anglican, Methodist, Congregational, Presbyterian, and Reformed Churches.
the Netherlands: Protestant Church in the Netherlands, the 2004 union of the Dutch Reformed Church, the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in the Kingdom of the Netherlands
I can’t speak to his record in Pennsylvania, but...
* Ridge supported Arlen Specter over Pat Toomey
* Ridge sided early with John McCain in the 2008 primaries
* Rather than seeing the DHS as an opportunity for consolidating roles, Ridge created it as a yet another bureaucratic layer ON TOP of existing agencies.
* Full body scans? Great idea! Question muslims chanting “Allahu Akbar” while taking strategic seats on international flights? Hey... that’s profiling!
Like I said: liberal on abortion, liberal on all things.
Then I guess you don't care for Michelle Bachmann. She was a Democrat in her early years.
The fear black criminals have for “profiling” shouldn’t let us not profile foreign terrorists.
You probably forgot to read the memo from Ronaldus Magnus that said "11th commandment" ~ "never speak ill of other Republicans".
He made an error in that ~ he was in an environment where there were too many Republicans ready to speak ill of him.
BTW, we still haven't solved the NE problem ~ we get a few offices here and there and then Republicans elsewhere sniff and move on.
>> You named ONE RINO there ~ Arlen Specter. <<
Half of the people I named are no longer Republicans EVEN in name including Specter.
>> Some of the others are fairly typical of what had been the Republican base in the otherwise Roosevelt North East. <<
Most of them are from USED to be solidly Republican states, until they destroyed the Republican party, with every bit of intent and malice they could muster.
>> You probably forgot to read the memo from Ronaldus Magnus that said “11th commandment” ~ “never speak ill of other Republicans.” <<
EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM, without exception, has done everything they could to defeat conservatives. And I’m not allowed to criticize them for it? Perhaps you should put Reagan in context when you quote him.
Other former Democrats: Ronald Reagan, Rush Limbaugh, Newt Gingrich.
So, you would support Jim Jeffords, Lowell Weicker, and Lincoln Chafee because they weren’t *really* RINOs, even though they left the Republican Party, but you wouldn’t support Reagan or Limbaugh, because they’re former Democrats.
I’m beginning to suspect how you became such an expert on those magical mushrooms you’re always talking about ;^D
What you see are states that had a viable but not dominant Republican party, and it was forced by circumstances to TOLERATE a good number of RINOs running for office as Republicans due to the lack of popular Republicans.
>> All those “solidly Republican states” have been almost certainly solidly Democrat since Roosevelt was elected in 1932. <<
Again, you are so far from the truth!
These states were the backbone of the Republican Party right up through, and including, the Reagan-Bush years. Reagan, Nixon, and hell, even Gerald Ford won Lowell Weicker’s Connecticut, James Jefford’s Vermont, Bob Packwood’s Oregon, Lincoln Chafee’s Rhode Island, Christine Todd Whitman’s New Jersey.
Why did these states turn so blue? Because they electorate was so pro-abortion? Nonsense! While I was living in Massachusetts in the 1990s, even the DEMOCRAT leaders of both houses were pro-life. Bill Weld and Lowell Weicker BOTH ran against pro-life Democrats! It’s because their Republican leadership treated conservatives as neanderthalic idiots.
the pro abortion tone you allude to was completely absent from the tea party convention i attended last year....instead...anti abortion rhetoric was at full tilt
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