I am not a Christian but I always vote pro-life. As for party preferences, I’ve met very few pro-life Democrats.
**Ive met very few pro-life Democrats.**
Isn’t that the truth. I know Obama has voted for Partial Birth Abortion and I think Hillary has too.
They will not get my vote.
True, McCain has been in favor of embryonic stemcell research, but I believe he will withdraw that support as his campaign matures.
There are a few, but they don't usually vote against the Dem. party because they are fixated on how the Democrats are the best party to help the poor. They tend to forget that the Democrats have been saying that for years, and we only seem to get MORE poor, not less of them.
About the only way that Democrats win elections to Congress in blue-collar, largely Christian areas, is when the party manages to talk a pro-life, or pro-gun Democrat into running. That's what happened when Bob Casey Jr. won from PA, and most recently in the Special Election in North Mississippi. The GOP had a conservative enough candidate, but the Democrat came on as even more conservative, and won the election.