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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

InterState Abortion Bill

So 34 U.S. senators voted against this bill. The bill which says that you can't transport a minor over state lines for an abortion without parental consent. How morally empty do you have to be to vote against this bill?

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2 comments:

VirginiaLutherans said...

Not to be sarcastic, but is your question redundant? Anyone who supports abortion either isn't thinking or has no morals to speak of- i.e. anything can be rationalized. This scourge is most definitely an abomination- those who perform abortions will have a very heavy price to pay.

Carl Vehse said...

The traitorous necromongers who voted against the bill should be named.

As usual, the demonrats include Daniel Akaka, Max Baucus, Joseph Biden, Jeff Bingaman, Barbara Boxer, Maria Cantwell, Hillary Clinton, Mark Dayton, Christopher Dodd, Dick Durbin, Russell Feingold, Tom Harkin, Edward Kennedy, John Kerry, Frank Lautenberg, Patrick Leahy, Carl Levin, Joseph Lieberman, Blanche Lincoln, Robert Menéndez, Barbara Mikulski, Patty Murray, Barack Obama, Jack Reed, Jay Rockefeller, Paul Sarbanes, Chuck Schumer, Debbie Stabenow, and Ron Wyden.

They're joined in their murderous endeavor by four contemptible RINOs: Lincoln Chafee, Susan Collins, Olympia Snowe, Arlen Specter (what could have possessed Bush to support this clown in the last election), and former RINO, James Jeffords. Demonrat Dianne Feinstein did not vote.

Furthermore, according to a news story, the demonrats, and in particular Dicky Durbin, then used a procedural rule to block the Senate bill from going to a joint committee to work out the differences from a House bill (http://www.bpnews.net/bpnews.asp?ID=23688). The House had passed similar version four previous times; the recently passed Senate bill was its first.

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