CANDIDATE ALERT: Giuliani’s Iowa Co-chair sat on Planned Parenthood Board in Iowa

IS RUDY GIULIANI ANTI-LIFE?  …talk about feeling betrayed!!!

In a note I received from Kim Lehman, Chairman of the Iowa Right to Life committee encouraging Iowa Christian Conservatives to get out and vote, I found out an alarming fact that everyone must be made aware.

Giuliani’s co-chair for his campaign in Iowa also sat on Planned Parenthood’s board and was responsible for raising $11,000,000 for PP. In other words, Planned Parenthood is actively involved in the Republican caucuses this year. Do not be fooled, Guiliani is a liability for the Republican Party and has a limited possibility in beating the Democrats. Think about it, how can an anti-life candidate win if his party is made up of 70% pro-life people and he is Very unlikely. anti-life?

He supports:
1) Partial Birth Abortion
2) Tax Funded Abortions
3) Works closely with Planned Parenthood supporters

Nearly 70% of the Republican party is pro-life, yet half of those Republicans do not know that Giuliani is anti-life. Please read and share this post with this link of an article exposing his extreme positions: http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=54323

On the issues: Hillary Clinton on Abortion

Do we really want our next Commander-in-Chief to have this kind of philosophy and voting record? What kind of character does this candidate portray with a record like this?

All this information can be found at ontheissues.org as well as http://christiansandpolitics.townhall.com

Lift ban on stem cell research to cure devastating diseases

Source: Take Back America 2007 Conference Jun 20, 2007

Fought for years to get “Plan B” contraceptive on the market

Source: 2006 intro to It Takes A Village, by H. Clinton, p.301 Dec 12, 2006

Prevention First Act: federal funds for contraception

In 2006 Hillary teamed up with nominally pro-life Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid and pushed to increase federal funding to abortion providers such as Planned Parenthood in order to “increase awareness” about unintended pregnancies.

Source: Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy, by Amanda Carpenter, p. 96-97 Oct 11, 2006

Late term abortion only if life or health are at risk

Source: Senate debate in Manhattan Oct 8, 2000

Hillary Clinton on Voting Record

    Hillary’s votes all echo the liberal line in the Senate

  • She opposed the ban on partial birth abortions
  • She came down against criminalizing harm to a fetus during an attack on the mother
  • She opposed a travel ban to Cuba
  • She opposed a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage
  • She backed extending the ban on assault rifles for 10 years
  • She was against Bush’s tax cuts
  • She opposed repealing the estate tax
  • She opposed limits on class action lawsuits.

Source: Condi vs. Hillary, by Dick Morris, p. 85-86 Oct 11, 2005

Voted YES on expanding research to more embryonic stem cell lines.

Allows federal funding for research that utilizes human embryonic stem cells, regardless of the date on which the stem cells were derived from a human embryo, provided such embryos:

  1. have been donated from in vitro fertilization clinics;
  2. were created for the purposes of fertility treatment;
  3. were in excess of the needs of the individuals seeking such treatment and would otherwise be discarded; and
  4. were donated by such individuals with written informed consent and without any financial or other inducements.

Reference: Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act; Bill S.5 & H.R.3 ; vote number 2007-127 on Apr 11, 2007

 

Voted NO on notifying parents of minors who get out-of-state abortions.

This bill prohibits taking minors across State lines in circumvention of laws requiring the involvement of parents in abortion decisions.

Reference: Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act; Bill S.403 ; vote number 2006-216 on Jul 25, 2006

 

Voted YES on $100M to reduce teen pregnancy by education & contraceptives.

A YES vote would:

  • Increase funding and access to family planning services
  • Funds legislation that requires equitable prescription coverage for contraceptives under health plans
  • Funds legislation that would create and expand teen pregnancy prevention programs and education programs concerning emergency contraceptives

Reference: Appropriation to expand access to preventive health care services; Bill S.Amdt. 244 to S Con Res 18 ; vote number 2005-75 on Mar 17, 2005

Voted NO on criminal penalty for harming unborn fetus during other crime.

 

 

Bill would make it a criminal offense to harm or kill a fetus during the commission of a violent crime. The measure would set criminal penalties, the same as those that would apply if harm or death happened to the pregnant woman, for those who harm a fetus.

Reference: Unborn Victims of Violence Act; Bill S.1019/HR.1997 ; vote number 2004-63 on Mar 25, 2004

Voted NO on banning partial birth abortions except for maternal life.

Vote to pass a bill banning a medical procedure, which is commonly known as “partial-birth” abortion.

Reference: Bill S.3 ; vote number 2003-51 on Mar 12, 2003

Recommended by EMILY’s List of pro-choice women.

Clinton is endorsed by EMILY’s list, a pro-choice PAC:

EMILY’s List operates as a donor network, recommending pro-choice Democratic women candidates to its members, who contribute directly to the candidates they choose. In the 1999-2000 election cycle, EMILY’s List members contributed $9.3 million to pro-choice Democratic women candidates. In its 16-year history, EMILY’s List has helped to elect four women governors, eleven women to the United States Senate and 53 women to the U.S. House of Representatives. “Women continue to be the power players in Democratic politics,” said Ellen R. Malcolm, president of EMILY’s List. “In 2002, redistricting could result in as many as 75 open seats, creating multiple opportunities to recruit and elect pro-choice Democratic women.” Source: Press Release on Diane Watson (CA-32) victory 01-EL1 on Apr 11, 2001

Rated 100% by NARAL, indicating a pro-choice voting record.

Clinton scores 100% by NARAL on pro-choice voting record

For over thirty years, NARAL Pro-Choice America has been the political arm of the pro-choice movement and a strong advocate of reproductive freedom and choice. NARAL Pro-Choice America’s mission is to protect and preserve the right to choose while promoting policies and programs that improve women’s health and make abortion less necessary. NARAL Pro-Choice America works to educate Americans and officeholders about reproductive rights and health issues and elect pro-choice candidates at all levels of government. The NARAL ratings are based on the votes the organization considered most important; the numbers reflect the percentage of time the representative voted the organization’s preferred position. Source: NARAL website 03n-NARAL on Dec 31, 2003

Expand embryonic stem cell research.

Clinton signed a letter from 58 Senators to the President Source: Letter from 58 Senators to the President 04-SEN8 on Jun 4, 2004

All the information on this page and more can be found at ontheissues.org right here

 

Huckabee: I’m the toughest on abortion

Although his conservatism has been questioned on taxes and immigration, Mike Huckabee insists that no other candidate takes a tougher line against abortion, a pivotal issue in the race for the Republican nomination.

(Examine file photo) Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee is playing his conservative card by raising the abortion issue.

The former Baptist pastor says it is not enough to overturn Roe v. Wade, a move that would leave individual states to decide whether to keep abortion legal. Huckabee also wants the U.S. Constitution amended to outlaw the procedure nationally.

“If abortion is a political issue, and that’s all it is, then fine, have 50 versions,” Huckabee told The Examiner in an interview. “But if we have determined, as many of us have, that it’s a moral issue, then you can’t have 50 different versions of what’s right and what’s wrong.”

Huckabee likened abortion to suffrage and slavery, issues of such moral consequence that they had to be decided nationally. He said allowing individual states to decide abortion would diminish its importance to the level of speeding laws.

Huckabee said he is “without a doubt” more conservative on abortion than rival Republicans Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, John McCain and Fred Thompson. Many conservatives consider abortion to be the most important issue in the 2008 presidential campaign.

On other issues important to conservatives, Huckabee’s credentials have been questioned. He had a mixed record on taxes when he was governor of Arkansas. And he wants to give illegal immigrants a path to citizenship if they pay a fine and admit guilt.

Still, Huckabee gives no quarter on any of these issues.

“In the hierarchy of issues, all the way down to the last one, I’m a conservative,” he told The Examiner. “Now there may be somebody who, let’s say, is more harsh on immigration than me. But my policy on immigration is very much a conservative one, not even close to a moderate one.”

bsammon@dcexaminer.com