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Rick Santorum is my candidate. I just hope that he shows more spark — soon! Maybe tonight.
Well worth watching for his life comments, and over all:
(Florence, SC) Meet and greet, then talk and questions start at about 16:20
You can make a semantic argument that the text of the amendment can be interpreted to outlaw abortion, but that's not originalism, that's textualism. There's no eveidence the people who wrote and ratified the 14th Amendment intended for it to outlaw abortion.
And my adopted daughter will be 42 in October. Her birth mother told her flat out that if abortion had been legal at the time, she would have aborted her. Thank Heaven she is as old as she is. She missed it by a year and a half.
The birth mother did give the two of them up and I was so glad for them. I didn’t get them until they were 10 and 12, but such a delight.
BTTT for life. Blessings for all who march for life today in Washington, D. C. and elsewhere.
On the tv news (CBS?) they were talking about a couple of women, who were (possibly) helped with their eye sight because of embryonic stem cells. They used an “extra embryo” which was taken from a couple who used the embryos they needed so she could get pregnant.
Is it a coincidence that they broke this story on the day of the Pro-LIFE march in D.C.? Are they trying to stick it to pro-lifers with this blatant DISrespect for life?
On abortion, he (Santorum) is one of many senators who vote pro-life. The difference is that he is personally responsible for making sure a lot of these votes occur in the first place: He was an architect of the effort to ban partial-birth abortion, a strategy that energized the pro-life movement and allowed it to go on the political offensive.”