Which candidates are pro-life?

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February 22, 2008

TEXAS Early voting started on Tuesday, February 19 for the March 4 presidential primary elections. The Dallas Morning News endorsed Mike Huckabee, encouraging "Republican primary voters to mark their ballots" for him. Their endorsement message went on to say, "the former Arkansas governor has a record as a pragmatist and a compassionate conservative better attuned to middle-class anxieties than his opponents. We are impressed by the optimistic tone Mr. Huckabee, 52, brought to the campaign and see in him the best chance for a clean break from the bitter ideological politics of the past. Whatever happens in November, the Republican Party is going to need Mr. Huckabee, a progressive conservative with a pastor's heart, to lead it toward renewal."

The Dallas Morning News also reported on Tuesday that Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison does not aspire to the Vice Presidency and hopes she is not considered for the slot. Given the fact that the pro-life base of the Republican Party insists that, no matter who ultimately receives the presidential nomination, the running mate must be pro-life, Senator Hutchison does not fit that requirement because she favors legal abortion until viability and supports killing human embryos for research. It is well known that she wants to go back to Texas and run for Governor.

LOUISIANA The Republican Party of Louisiana held its state convention on Saturday, February 16, 2008 in Baton Rouge. The Delegates unanimously passed a very strongly worded pro-life platform plank. They also selected Delegates to represent them at the Republican National Convention next September in St. Paul, MN. Our inside sources tell us that, although most of the Delegates pledged to support John McCain at the Convention, they did so with one caveat. Their support is contingent on the retention of the current language in the pro-life plank in the Republican National Platform.

MICHIGAN Delegates to the Michigan state convention last weekend passed a pro-life resolution saying: "The Michigan Republican Party believes that life begins at conception and that the state of Michigan should always defend innocent human life from conception to natural death."

Mitt Romney won 23 Delegates in Michigan's January 15 Primary. The Delegates were named at Michigan's state convention. When Romney withdrew from the race, his Delegates were released to support any of the remaining Republican presidential candidates. The actual number of Michigan Delegates and how many remain uncommitted is in question because the state was stripped of half its GOP Delegates for violating Party rules by holding an early Primary, and local officials have refused to say which Delegates would be eliminated if the penalty is enforced. (The Houston Chronicle, 2/20/08)

OBAMA/CHE GUEVERA SHARE SUPPORTERS The FOX News affiliate in Houston paid a visit to Barack Hussein Obama's headquarters with a camera and came away with at least two pictures of a Cuban flag with a picture of Communist mass murderer Che Guevera's face printed on it hanging on the wall behind what appeared to be the front desk. Obama's explanation, that his Houston office is independently run and he has no control over what goes on there, doesn't fly. We were always taught that you are known by the company you keep, and Barack Hussein Obama has kept some very left-wing company over the years.

Never forget that YOU were once an embryo.

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