Skip to comments.Mitt Romney holds fundraiser with manufacturer of the Morning After Pill
Posted on 05/19/2012 7:15:24 AM PDT by EternalVigilance
MIAMI, FLORIDA Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney scheduled a $50,000-a-plate fundraiser at the home of Phil Frost, the executive of the company that makes the Morning After Pill, on Wednesday night. Plan B One-Step is produced by Teva Pharmaceuticals, Frosts company.
This won't last long, though, for whoever gets this next election. America will receive her justice for not stopping the slaughter of well over 50 million innocent defenseless little boys and girls and for spreading her evils worldwide. We had the opportunity to to elect a candidate with morals, but we chose the amoral instead.
Pray, pray and pray some more for God's mercy on this nation and the world. What is coming must take place, because it has been written, but much can be alleviated with prayer and fasting.
Thank you, Colonel.
During the debates I heard with my own ears Romney say, repeatedly, that he wants to appoint justices like Roberts, Scalia, Thomas, and Alito and that he wants Roe v. Wade to be overturned.
And that is what Romney is still saying is his position:
the Court created entirely new constitutional rights out of penumbras and emanations of the Constitution, abandoning serious analysis of the Constitutions text, structure, and history. . . . Mitt believes in the rule of law, and he understands that the next president will make nominations that will shape the Supreme Court and the whole of the judiciary for decades to come. He will therefore appoint wise, experienced, and restrained judges who will take seriously their oath to discharge their duties impartially in accordance with the Constitution and laws. . . . As president, Mitt will nominate judges in the mold of Chief Justice Roberts and Justices Scalia, Thomas, and Alito.
. . . he believes that the right next step is for the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade a case of blatant judicial activism that took a decision that should be left to the people and placed it in the hands of unelected judges. With Roe overturned, states will be empowered through the democratic process to determine their own abortion laws and not have them dictated by judicial mandate. . . . And he will nominate judges who know the difference between personal opinion and the law.
I'd say that's a whole lot better than anything you'll ever hear from Obama. What Romney is stating is a pro-life position. (Whether he'll follow through or not, no one knows.)
I am especially interested in where he stands on the abortion question, since that has been a personal "litmus test" for me all my voting life (since 1972). I will not vote for any candidate who is avowedly pro-abort and supports Roe v. Wade. So, e.g., I would not vote for Giuliani or, of course, for most any Democrat.
In early 2008, I went to hear Romney speak at an appearance in St. Louis. Rick Santorum was there, traveling with Romney and campaigning for him. I knew Santorum was "Mr. Pro-Life," so I took him aside and had a five-minute conservation with him as to Romney on the pro-life issue. He assured me Romney was genuine on this. Notice also, that now, in 2012, a lot of prominent, reliable, pro-life people are endorsing Romney. That is an indicator to me.
I still don't trust Romney. He could disappoint us. He could betray us. But I think there's at least a chance he will govern acceptably for the pro-life cause. And that's a thousand times better than Obama.
I am not voting for Romney. I am not voting for Obozo. I AM voting for Tom Hoefling (our own FReeper Eternal Vigilance). Whoever is POTUS for the next four years (whether Obozo or Romney) won't have gotten my vote. That may not be important to you. It is VERRRRRY important to me.
If you succeed in electing Romney, you will be hearing non-stop four the next four years and then some from many FReepers. Likewise Mitt's other enthusiastic supporters.
I've used 2 of 3. Thanks you , Teva.
Thank you. But that's about all I've got to hang my hat on for now. That, and a Congress more conservative than the Massachusetts legislature. (Heck, the Soviet Politburo would be more conservative than the Massachusetts legislature.)
It's a risk, I know. But the alternative is Obama, and I know what we would get from him.
We are agreed in our goals and our philosophy. The question is one of strategy, and there well-meaning conservatives may differ.
>>I remember the days when you rarely encountered a Catholic in a Republican discussion ~ nor a Mormon anywhere ~ they stayed away from the Gentiles lest they be polluted or something.<<
How old are you?
My definition of Gentiles is non-Jew. What is yours?
Yes he is. He has always been on the leftside of every issue.
I agree with you, and am of the opinion that the culture war must be won in the culture, and before that one must prevail in spiritual warfare.
The board is about to be rearranged, and to what pattern we really do not know. But we do know what we are supposed to do.
Incidentally, I see that younger people usually get it. Even those young people who are ‘pro-choice’ usually respect the pro-life position. Not always, but usually.
a chance he will appoint a conservative judge.
based on what history? Check his record, 75% of judges he appointed were leftists
Okay, they do good things and only murder babies on the side, I guess that makes them wonderful people.
do you think the words on his etch-a-sketch means more than his record and deeds?
For mormons all non-mormons, even jews, are gentiles.
We can look at a zebra and call it a horse and dress it up like one, pretending the stripes don't exist. But it will still be a zebra and its true nature comes out.
By the way if you think my statement was support for Romney you are terribly mistaken. I see a socialist and a communist running against each other. Pick your poison. Hope you have fun with your after the election vendetta. Life must be great.
Get That OBamanation out of our White House..I’ll vote in November for the one most likely to do it..If it’s Romney so be it!!
It's simple. Require every officer of government to keep their oaths, especially when it comes to their absolute first duty, which is to equally protect the lives of every innocent person within their lawful jurisdictions.
If they won't do this, they have disqualified themselves. They have abdicated any legitimate, moral right to govern us, in the exact same way King George III did:
"He has abdicated Government here, by declaring us out of his Protection..."
Throw the bums out.
How are you going to do this "simple" thing and "require" them, practically speaking? Imperial fiat? Executive order? How are you going to "throw them out" if they don't comply?
Convincing all the voters in all the states to "throw the bums out" sounds like a nice idea, but how likely is that to happen and how long would it take? And what if one "bum" is vastly more of a bummer (like Obumma) than the only other "bum" with a chance to beat him (especially when the latter's platform is not so "bummy")?
What if, in the meantime, while we're in the longterm task of persuading and convincing, we try to get Roe v. Wade overturned and let many of the states pass laws against abortion? Wouldn't that be a good thing and something attainable?
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