Entries Tagged ‘vice president’

Rick Santorum: Romney must pick a pro-life VP

For the Republican Party to nominate someone who is pro-choice would be as much of a problem for the Democrats to nominate someone who is pro-life. ~ Former Republican primary presidential candidate Rick Santorum describing the difficulty that presumptive Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney would face should he select a pro-choice Vice Presidential running mate, […]

Condoleezza Rice for Vice President?

Here’s why there’s ZERO chance of this happening. -Rice is “mildly pro-choice”. Is that like being “a little pregnant”? Do you really think Mitt wants to reopen the discussion about his views on abortion? ~ DrewM. responding to the rumor that former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice has emerged as the frontrunner for Mitt Romney’s […]

It’s alive! Democrats plot anew to pass healthcare

1/26, 9:25a: Douglas Johnson of the National Right to Life Committee posted this comment, which is a point well taken: All of this talk about the budget reconciliation process is very interesting, and important in a sense, but it should not be allowed to obscure this most important fact: No health care bill can reach […]

New poll/Old poll

The new poll question is up: What’s your take on McCain’s pick of Palin as his running mate? Last week I asked who would be your choice as McCain’s veep. Garnering only 11% of the vote, Sarah Palin was a sleeper…

Stanek on Palin in WSJ

Weekend question

Two Catholics with supposedly opposing views on abortion are said to be on Barack Obama’s VP short list: KS Gov. Kathleen Sebelius and VA Gov. Tim Kaine. Sebelius states she is personally pro-life but in all her actions is a flagrant pro-abort and has even been asked by her bishop to refrain from receiving communion. […]

The Factor confronts Sebelius

Yesterday I blogged on KS Gov. Kathleen Sebelius’ chances of getting the VP nod from Barack Obama due to her scandalous support of Wichita late-term abortionist George Tiller, which includes hob-nobbing with him at the guv’s mansion as well as hobbling numerous investigations. Would an Obama/Sebelius ticket prove too pro-abortion for the American people, I […]

New poll/Old poll

The new poll question is up: Off-topic question this week: The spike in gas prices, plus the Senate’s May 13 vote to continue blocking ANWR and offshore oil exploration, has provoked an American uprising, size and strength yet unknown. What is your opinion of domestic oil drilling? I’ll be interested to compare answers between Americans […]


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