Entries Tagged ‘Mitt Romney’

Slow train coming?

Marvin Olasky at World magazine just posted a piece, “Slow train coming,” that meshes in theory with mine, although I think mention should have been made at the “50 year” mark of the sexual revolution and launch of the birth control pill.

A couple of Olasky’s milestones surprised, such as at 20 years and 10 years and a little bit at 30 years.

It begins…

Viral video: Unscripted Romney passionately advocates pro-life position

A rereleased video from 2007 that shows a clearly incensed Mitt Romney giving Iowa Newsradio WHO talk show host Jan Mickelsons an off-air piece of his mind has “become a viral sensation,” garnering over 1.8 million hits in just five days.

Romney, then a presidential candidate in the 2008 election cycle, took offense to questions during the interview about his Mormon faith and converting from pro-abortion to pro-life.

Headlines since yesterday are focused on how “testy” Romney became about the tenants of Mormonism. My take-away was, “Wow, this guy is passionately pro-life”….

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.

Stanek weekend question: How would Romney presidency change abortion landscape?

There are a few pro-lifers who think that because Mitt Romney is an untested convert to our side – making what I think are erroneous charges he is a wolf in sheep’s clothing – and because he holds a rape/incest exception, there’s no sense in voting for him. They say they will sit on their vote when it comes to the president.

Pro-life blog buzz 10-26-12

by Kelli

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  • Reflections of a Paralytic comments on “the petty concerns of American feminists” compared to the concerns of women in other countries:

    It’s bad enough that women to want to deny their femininity in the first place by suppressing their fertility and killing their unborn children, but to insist that the public must pay for these things otherwise it’s some kind of violation of our “rights” is, quite frankly, embarrassing to me as a fellow American woman and insulting to women who really are victims of oppressive and inhumane regimes.

    If American feminists want to make a big deal about anything “oppressive” in our country, they should really be focusing their attention to our pornified culture and its sexualization of young girls.

Associated Press poll: What gender gap?

A friend forwarded me a media advisory yesterday that DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards were holding a press call to demand that Mitt Romney pull his ad endorsing Indiana U.S. Senate candidate Richard Mourdock following his statement upholding the sanctity of life for children conceived in rape.

So I got on the call.

Pro-life news brief 10-22-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • This is maybe the weirdest story ever regarding an attempt to raise funds for pro-life commercials. Michael Gardner was sentenced to 13 years in Australia after authorities found that he was using acres of land to grow marijuana. According to Gardner (who thinks he should have been sentenced to 20 years and appealed for a longer sentence), he was hoping to use the profits for “a national anti-abortion campaign. The crop of cannabis was worth nearly $70 million dollars.

Billy Graham’s full page ad: “Vote for those who protect life”

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From CNN, October 18:


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