Entries Tagged ‘Diana DeGette’

Is Rep. Renee Ellmers a pro-choice mole?

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It’s never easy for pro-lifers, but it’s particularly frustrating when one of our own plays into the enemy’s hands.

Or maybe supposedly pro-life Republican Congresswoman Renee Ellmers has become a pro-choice mole.

Whatever, from Politico this afternoon comes this disheartening news:

Embryo research funding bill dead for the year; third bill sponsor fights to keep seat

Arlen Specter (pictured right), the Senate sponsor of a bill that would force taxpayer funded embryo and cloning research, lost his seat several months back. And last week 1 of 2 House sponsors of the same bill, Mike Castle, met his congressional demise. Now I’m thrilled to report the 2nd House sponsor of that bill […]

Down to the wire: Pro-life help needed to block taxpayer funding of human embryo research

Pro-taxpayer funded embryonic stem cell research supporter Sen. Tom Harkin held a stacked (only 1 opponent allowed) pro-escr hearing today and said this, according to Bloomberg: Congress will intervene if a U.S. court rules that federal funding for research using human embryonic stem cells is illegal, Senator Tom Harkin said…. Harkin, an Iowa Democrat and […]

Blusterer’s last stand: DeGette pushing poll-negative embryo research spending bill

Ignoring the current political reality for wishful thinking of bygone days, Politico’s Richard Cohen wrote a nice bluff piece today for Democrat anti-life CO Rep. Diana DeGette, strongly pushing a bill to force taxpayer funding of embryonic stem cell research. Such legislation would render mute the August 23 federal court ruling that federally funded escr […]

Rassmussen reports stunning reversal: 57% of voters oppose taxpayer funded embryonic stem cell research

I was on a conference call Wednesday re: a federal judge’s decision earlier in the week that the Obama administration broke the law by authorizing federal funding of embryonic stem cell research. Someone on the call mentioned Democrats are excited to make escr a rallying cry for autumn, thinking finally they have an election issue […]

First fallout: Pro-life group strips Stupak of “Defender of Life” award

UPDATE, 11:50p: Stupak doesn’t need no stinkin’ award. From “baby killer” the next. So sad. Stupak blew such an amazing historical opportunity to be an abortion game changer….

Pro-aborts in revolt; walk-out urged

First, from Kathryn Lopez at

Friday night whip count; Stupak makes offer; pro-aborts “storm” Pelosi’s office

Lots of whip counts out there. I’m sticking with FDL add-on: We’ll certainly know in the morning, but Nancy Pelosi is fast running out of options without members of the ubiquitous Stupak bloc…


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