Entries Tagged ‘Election Day’

Stanek Sunday funnies 11-9-14

Good morning, and Happy Sunday After Election Day! Goodness, it was so hard to pick this week, as you might imagine. But after cutting til it hurts, here were my top five seven favorite political cartoons for this memorable week. Be sure to vote for your fav in the poll at the bottom of this post!

First, a twofer by Gary McCoy at Townhall.com
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Stanek Sunday funnies 11-2-14

Good morning, and Happy Sunday before Election Day! Here were my top five six favorite political cartoons this week. Be sure to vote for your fav in the poll at the bottom of this post!

This first cartoon, by Politico’s Matt Wuerker, received quite a bit of heckling this week for the inclusion of a Nazi soldier helping keep people from voting…

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Noise intensifies as early voting on ABQ 20-wk abortion ban begins

GreetingsFromAlbuquerqueEarly voting on the first local ban in the country on abortions past 20 weeks began in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on October 30. It will run until November 15, with Election Day on November 19.

Albuquerque is currently a late-term abortion magnet, as it is home to abortionist Curtis Boyd’s Southwestern Women’s Options, where elective abortions are committed “through 28 weeks” and “later” for maternal/fetal indications.

This ban would set a dangerous precedent for abortion supporters. They are already fighting a losing battle in their attempts to extinguish pro-life fires among the states, but their troubles would grow exponentially were they also forced to deal with hundreds or thousands of local municipalities.

Perhaps this is why Barack Obama’s Organizing for Action has gotten involved:

Pro-life blog buzz 11-9-12

by Kelli

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  • Wesley J. Smith discusses the reasons why he believes assisted suicide proponents lost their bid to legalize the practice in Massachusetts.
  • Michael New says that despite an anti-life win in the Presidential race, other life issues ballot initiatives fared well on Election Day.

Planned Parenthood unveils new logo on Election Day

Planned Parenthood unveiled a new logo yesterday…

And for its PAC…

Vote for life

Election Day offers voters clear choices on a variety of important issues. The election will determine whether we as a country continue to head down the road toward European socialism or instead embrace free markets; whether we have a smaller or larger federal government; and whether we embrace a confident foreign policy or continue to […]

Pro-life heckler “totally throws Obama’s game” at Sunday campaign stop

News reports are noting only one item of interest from President Obama’s campaign stop in Cincinnati yesterday, one of the “precious few” stops he has left before tomorrow, Election Day.

And that is a pro-life heckler who “totally hijacked” the rally, followed by another one. As a result, “Barack Obama was totally thrown off his game.”

My thoughts regarding Election Day

I seriously could not have articulated my thoughts regarding Election Day any better than did Erick Erickson of RedState.com. This is exactly what I’m thinking, except for the fact I know I will be quite upset if Barack Obama wins. I’m only human. That said, I know God is in control. I would get over it. I have been disappointed many times only to look back and say, “Ah, I get it, and I sure am glad I’m not the one running things.” Excerpts from Erick’s post…

I believe Mitt Romney will win on election day….

My world view is pretty simple. I think this world is destined to go to hell in a hand basket by design. I think things are supposed to go to pot. So if Barack Obama wins, I won’t be upset. If Mitt Romney wins, I won’t be running through the streets cheering. I think, either way, it is all part of the design. The world is going down hill. Barack Obama re-elected just gets us down the slippery slope faster in my view. For others, it is Mitt Romney who does.


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