Pro-Life Democrats on the run

The Pro-Life Democrats are in a tough spot.   Most of their colleagues are gone.   They could hold their caucus in a Prius.   Justice Democrats and Emily’s List are looking to fund primary challengers against them.

The Democrat Party is the Party of Death.   There is no room any more for a pro-life Democrat.   Abortion is a sacrament of the Left, and the Party demands loyalty to a core principle.   In this case the core principle is killing babies.   The murderous Democrats will carry out a purge of their own members who dare to support any limits on abortion.

In discussing pro-life Democrats, it is important to keep up to date.   Some politicians who were formerly known as pro-life have flipped.   Politics is more important to them than life, I suppose.   Here is a quote from an article by Religion News Agency:

The most disappointing former pro-life Democrat, however, has been the senior senator from Pennsylvania, Bob Casey Jr.

Casey’s father, a beloved Democratic governor of the Keystone State, was a bona fide leader of the pro-life movement. I’ve defended his son in the past, even recently suggesting he should run for president in a wide open pro-life lane in 2020.

Though he has taken some good anti-abortion votes and been very helpful when it comes to addressing abortion demand, recent disturbing news demonstrates that he has also been forced to capitulate to party dogma. Last week, Politico reported that Casey had attended and supported EMILY’s List’s annual gala, which is a little like a pig attending a hot dog convention. One the group’s reasons for being is to defeat pro-life Democrats.

So there you go.   The Anti-American Party is now officially the Party of Death.

Not that anyone will be surprised.   I am only posting this now in anticipation of the obituaries that will be written in 2020, when a new congress is elected without a single Democrat who will vote to oppose the murder of babies any time for any reason.

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  1. It surprises me when people say, “It’s my body.” It is another body growing inside you. That is what pregnancy means. You don’t need an abortion. You need a brain transplant.

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  2. The silver lining on this dark cloud is that the Left is becoming so extreme on this (and other) issues that they are driving people away. I’ve heard more than one person say that they have gone too far, even though that person had been pro-abortion in the past.

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  3. drlorentz:
    The silver lining on this dark cloud is that the Left is becoming so extreme on this (and other) issues that they are driving people away. I’ve heard more than one person say that they have gone too far, even though that person had been pro-abortion in the past.

    I agree.   But, it was during the Jimmy Carter Administration midterms that my grandmother said “those Democrats have made a good Republican out of me.”   A lot of people have been pushed to the left without realizing it.   The low information voters on their side are pretty much no-information voters, who will cast their ballots entirely on the basis of emotional appeals.

    I still think half of our voters will blindly vote for the Anti-American Party.   2020 will be close.

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  4. This issue continues to annoy me because it was decided by the wrong branch of govt. Anthony Kennedy should be ashamed that he was the deciding vote on a subject that just won’t go away and that he truly had no constitutional power to decide.

    It should have been decided by the House or the states. In the meantime, as I mentioned previously, we should all (pro or anti) work towards regulating this as has Alabama.

    Most pro-choicers would agree here and I am angry that we are highly misrepresented by Planned Parenthood.

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