pro-lifeby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

  • At ProLife365, Kevin Kukla responds to those who complain pro-lifers are “single issue voters,” as if that’s somehow a bad thing when it comes to the most basic human right. He points to an illustration from Fr. Frank Pavone of Priests for Life:

    If a candidate running for office claimed he was pro-terrorism, could he still gain your vote? No, you say?

    Would you bother to ask him his stance on gun control or on immigration? Still no, you say? Is it because his support of terrorism eliminates him from your consideration? Great, it should….

    But why is it so few faithful Catholics and Christians draw such a hard line on so-called “pro-choice” candidates? After all, they support terrorism of the womb: the slaughter of innocent babies.

    Over 3,500 babies die a day in the USA to abortion. How could anyone who supports this crime against humanity be fit to serve public office?


  • Kansans for Life wonders why the debate between pro-life incumbent Governor Sam Brownback (R) and his challenger Rep. Paul Davis (D) omitted the issue of abortion. The contrast between the two couldn’t be more stark. Davis was tutored under Kathleen Sebelius (a supporter of the late, late-term abortionist George Tiller) and has a stridently pro abortion record, voting “80 times against pro life bills.” Kansas voters have a right to know.
  • At Live Action, Sarah Terzo uses information from a pamphlet, which includes testimonials from former abortion clinic workers, to point out how the abortion industry’s main thrust is to make sure women follow through on their abortions once the process has begun. One worker’s comment:

    When a girl called to make her appointment, we’d work her in as soon as possible. If she called on Tuesday, we’d have her in no later than Friday. We wanted to avoid a long waiting period where she’d have time to think about it.

  • Real Choice says it’s foolish to trust that abortion clinics violating basic health standards will self-correct their subpar practices. Dayton Women’s Health Services is one such clinic – also caught operating without a license – where a patient died after an abortion. The facility was cited for several health violations just a year prior to the patient’s death.
  • Pro-Life in TN updates on the efforts to pass Tennessee’s Amendment 1, which would again make the state constitution neutral on the issue of abortion. This would allow elected legislators the right to regulate legal abortion. Currently, state lawmakers have no ability to require abortion facilities meet the standards of other same-day surgery centers. With no way to require that facilities meet certain standards, and no informed consent or waiting periods, a dangerous “let the buyer beware” situation exists.

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