I feel as I did the day pro-abort KS Attorney General Paul Morrison was caught in an affair and forced to resign: vindicated.
It has been on the news all afternoon. NY Gov. Eliot Spitzer has been caught on tape arranging a liaison with a prostitute. He hasn’t resigned yet, but that should come soon. He came clean at a short news conference, pathetically propping wife at side.
Spitzer, a rabid pro-abort, is infamous in pro-life circles….
As attorney general in 2002, Spitzer tried to scare crisis pregnancy centers out of business by launching a very public investigation accusing them of “misleading advertising and inappropriate medical counseling.” Spitzer’s crusade, however, was a public relations nightmare from which he quickly retreated.
Most recently Spitzer has been pushing a bill he introduced last April – at a NY NARAL luncheon, of course – called the Reproductive Health and Privacy Protection Act.
This radical bill would wipe out all abortion restrictions in NY. It would force doctors to commit abortions, force all hospitals – even Catholic – to commit abortion, force insurance companies to cover abortion, force employers to purchase abortion coverage, authorize late-term abortions for “health” reasons, authorize non-doctors to commit abortions, allow the over-the-counter sale of the morning-after pill to minors, and more.
And today, in honor of the National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers, Spitzer was scheduled to meet with Family Planning Advocates of New York State to promote this heinous legislation. (Click on image to enlarge.)
But alas, prevailing prostitution problems forced Spitzer to cancel.
We can only now hope Spitzer’s bill peters out like he did, indeed a fitting day for that.
If Spitzer falls, the NY abortion cartel will also take a tumble.
[Photo of Spitzer and wife courtesy of Reuters]