I neither detest Gingrich, nor do I love him. I do not TRUST him. Above all, Gingrich has said, despite scientific knowledge and the doctrine of his church, that human life begins after “successful implantation.” This leaves the door open to fetal stem cell experimentation, the murder of “snowflake” babies, and only God knows what else.
It is at the moment of conception that the Creator endows each human being with the unalienable right to life, and as long as there is one candidate who supports this self-evident truth (Santorum), I am bound to support him in truth.
This is the moment of truth for our country, the point at which we must make a decision as to the national character. Will we choose the truth of Natural Law and the vision of the Founders, or choose the culture of death, however indirectly? Our fortunes are inextricably bound with the state of our morality as a people. That’s Natural Law. Natural Law is the truth. It is independent of personal opinion. Natural Law is what made possible the success of a ragged group of colonists against the world’s greatest army. Natural Law has been the instrument by which America has survived, prospered, and been a force for good in the world.
I would rather throw my lot and my honor with a ragged candidacy who supports the truth as to when life begins, than support a statesman who relies on his inaccurate personal opinion.
I see Gingrich different. I know we will never come to a meeting of the minds on candidates, but can’t we agree we are partners in crime?
We are Americans and we are FReepers. There is no wedge issue there.