Posted by Wordsmith on 15 February, 2008 at 10:03 am. 2 comments already!


Some Fredhead radical left a comment on an earlier post of mine. One of his blogs is nothing but a gathering of mostly smear links. There’s no discernment between serious and legitimate criticism and silly and frivolous spin charges. There’s one post per each of the GOP “RINO” candidates (anyone who is not Fred Thompson). Comments are off, and are merely a repository for whatever smut is out there on the candidates.

I picked this out from the deranged McCain post:

Abortion:John McCain Supports Embryonic Stem Cell Research (Audio)

McCain Softens Abortion Stand
(The Washington Post)

“But certainly in the short term, or even the long term, I would not support repeal of Roe v. Wade, which would then force X number of women in America to [undergo] illegal and dangerous operations.” – John McCain

Hmmm….it certainly sounds like McCain is not the staunch pro-life candidate he says he is. I wonder what Planned Parenthood Action Fund has to say on the matter:

Throughout his entire public career, Sen. McCain has voted consistently against women’s health, and he supports overturning the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling, Roe v. Wade.

“Sen. McCain believes government has the right to interfere with the most personal and often the most difficult decisions affecting a woman’s health,” said Cecile Richards, president of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund. “Most Americans believe just the opposite and, as more voters realize Sen. McCain’s ardent anti-choice position, this will be an issue for him in the general election.”

As Sen. McCain is the presumptive Republican nominee for president, his record and rhetoric on abortion will come under further scrutiny. As NPR reported last week, many Republican voters incorrectly believe that Sen. McCain supports abortion rights. However, Sen. McCain’s voting record and statements put him out of the mainstream of voters.

According to a recent Quinnipiac Poll (August 2007), 62% of voters support Roe v. Wade, with 64% of independent voters supporting Roe v. Wade. In the same poll, by a 20-point margin, voters believe abortion should be legal (57–37); among independent voters, that margin increases to 26 points (59–33).

The Planned Parenthood Action Fund is launching an aggressive effort to educate voters about Sen. McCain’s anti-choice record, using Sen. McCain’s own words in the radio ad.

“We will make clear to voters that Sen. McCain is anti-choice and wants to overturn Roe v. Wade,” said Richards. “The more voters learn about Sen. McCain’s ardent anti-choice record, the more resistance he will face from the majority of voters, especially among moderate Republicans and independents, who support Roe v. Wade.”

Sen. McCain has received a zero percent rating from the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, the lowest rating in the U.S. Senate. He opposed commonsense measures to avoid unintended pregnancies and thus reduce the need for abortion. He opposed ending the “global gag rule,” an anti-family planning restriction that reduces access to contraception and abortion services and information in poorer countries.

Hillary? 100% in the eyes of Planned Parenthood. Obama😕 100% pro-choice rating, in both the Illinois Senate and the U.S. Senate. Or McCain? Zero percent pro-choice rating:

Let’s go to their records, to the very time-period opponents of Senator McCain cite in their indictment of him.

McCain voted to defund Planned Parenthood last year, Clinton didn’t and would likely expand Planned Parenthood’s taxpayer funding.

McCain voted to ban partial-birth abortion, Clinton didn’t and would likely reverse the partial-birth abortion ban.

McCain voted for Roberts and Alito and made the case for them in the media, Clinton didn’t.

Those are the choices right now. And to me, that choice is clear. I will support the anti-choice candidate come November.

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x