weekend question.jpgOn Thursday we learned pro-abort US Senator Barbara Boxer blocked a Senate resolution welcoming Pope Benedict to America for its reference to “the value of each and every human life.”
Boxer thought this referred to abortion.
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After a 3-day impasse, the sponsor, Catholic US Senator Sam Brownback, relented and struck the disputed language, and the resolution passed unanimously. See the original here and amended version here.
The Crypt reported Brownback “did not want a high profile fight over the resolution.”
Do you agree with Brownback’s decision, or do you think he should have stood his ground?

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