Guns don’t kill people, abortionist kill people

Categories: Politics
Comments: 3 Comments
Published on: October 19, 2004

This election year 1) scares me and 2) saddens me. Why? You may ask. Simple this, the next for years may (if Peroutka or [to a lesser extent] Bush get elected) could help save many many lives of the unborn if a judge needs to be appointed. But if the pro-murder kerry gets in, we could see the crime of murdering the Innocent unborn continue. I live in a swing state, so I just can not go vote for Peroutka, I really want to. But can I in fully good conscience vote for Bush after the answer he gave about roe vs wae. So I really have to site down and think about it, Bush could win PA, but if I don’t vote for him (and others like me, and vote for Peroutka, who probably will not win PA) kerry is bound to win. Right now I have a spreed sheet I am working on. But then the question is, is this the right way to go about it. Right now in my spreed sheet it is still a close race between Peroutka and Bush. What ever happened to the time of White and Black, Republican and Democrat? now all I see are shades of gray and 3rd parties.

3 Comments
  1. Greg says:

    Hi Michael,
    I feel like you do about Bush, but I’d like to encourage you to go for Bush. Can’t image what it would be like with Kerry in office. And we though Clinton was bad. I too am pro-life and am hoping for the day that our little babies are protected.
    It is so easy for me to forget the seriousness of this that recently I applied the abortion statistics to our local area of Seattle. It would only take 20 days to wipe us out!! Microsoft, Adobe, Boeing, etc. would be gone in just 20 days. Wow! Then I thought, wow, it doesn’t just stop there, either. Every 20 days a whole metropolis gets obliterated.
    Glad I did that. Got me motivated again.
    Thanks for your post.

  2. Slashdotter says:

    I am anti abortion because I believe abortion to be morally wrong, and that it has a negative effect on the country. About a million children a year have been aborted every year since Roe v Wade passed. Which means 30 million children have been murdered. When you think about what those children might have lived to do (become president, discover a cure for cancer, etc) or the effect they might have had on social issues (30 million more young people paying into social security would really help with social security in the upcoming years) it becomes obvious that not only is abortion morally wrong, but it’s a social dead end as well.

  3. ChristTrekker says:

    You’re the one that has to live with your choice and your conscience. Can you vote the lesser of two evils, knowing it to be evil? Or will you be one of the first to stand up for what you believe is right and look evil down the throat? It’s easy to jump on a bandwagon after it’s got momentum. I’ve decided that if my principles mean anything, they’re worth standing for. For other people, logic and conscience lead them to decide that strategic choices are better. It’s up to you, but I see incrementalism work well for leftists but hardly ever for conservatives.

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