posted on 04/22/2007 1:26:29 AM PDT
As usual, you've taken liberties with your resources.
Your link returned this:
Abortion was, in President Reagans view, an infringement on Gods sacred command to protect innocent human life. Indeed, Reagan felt so passionately about the right to life that he felt without it, other rights had no meaning.
He called the restoration of the right to life the most important challenge facing the character of America. President Reagan believed that the continuance of abortion, the taking of some 4,000 lives of children everyday, would only bring about trouble for America. He even posed the ominous question: Do you really think
God will protect us in a time of crisis even as we turn away from him in our day-to- day life?
President Reagan did not always take such a strong position against abortion as his rhetoric implies. Indeed, he signed into law a permissive abortion bill early in his California governorship which has resulted in more than one million abortions. He publicly later regretted this decision, and he said it was the biggest mistake he made in government.
So where does it say he was Pro abortion and signed a "liberal" bill into law.
It is as I posted.
Can you ever tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?
As for class, how would you know what that is?
President Reagan backed a constitutional amendment during his run for president which would prohibit abortions in all cases except for ones in which the mothers life was endangered. As a candidate and as president, he would defy his handlers and address pro-life leaders repeatedly.
posted on 04/22/2007 1:41:37 AM PDT
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