Abortion is litmus test for this city voter come November
I am pro-life, and my views on abortion inform the way I vote. If I put the rights of the unborn to life on one side of a balance and all the other issues important to me on the other side, the right to life outweighs them all. If necessary I will be a one-issue voter.
To say that abortion is a “choice” makes the taking of a life into no more than deciding between coffee or tea. To say that this unborn child’s life is a matter of opinion-what if this opinion is wrong? These specious arguments are used to justify murder in much the same way that Hitler made his arguments against the Jews.
Hillary Clinton called me a deplorable racist. Yet I wish that the over 13 million black babies who have been aborted since 1973 were with us today. The oldest would be 45 years old.
President Obama said I am a bitter old woman who doesn’t like people who aren’t like me-I guess other bitter old women. But I’ll be a champion for the unborn-all of them.
Peter Strzok called me a smelly Walmart shopper. Yes – I smell hypocrisy, I smell true bigotry masquerading as arrogant self-righteousness, I smell intolerance and disdain toward the most lowly and helpless among us. Abortion – the most important human-rights issue of our time – will be an election litmus test for me.