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Friday, July 22, 2005

OK, Dean you work on that for 20 years

Howard Dean wants to "reach out" to pro-life voters. After decades of treating the pro-life group like the plague, Dean wants to bring them into the Democrats tent. After several conventions of a total lockout of anyone who is pro-life from even speaking it seems they have ran some numbers and realize they are toast.

"I think we need to talk about this issue differently," said Dean. "The Republicans have painted us as a pro-abortion party. I don't know anybody in America who is pro-abortion."

Nobody is 'pro-abortion'? The Dems can't deny their consternation when even one woman is talked out of an abortion. Parental notification? NO! Pre-abortion counseling offering alternatives? NO! Commercials showing life as a beautiful choice? Can't have that. How about passing laws protecting babies from failed abortion attempts that are born alive? No way! Let 'em die! Can we educate the public that woman have died from abortions or from the RU486 pill? Can we let them know there may be a link between abortions and higher rates of breast cancer? NO! NO! NO! If that is not pro-abortion I don't know what is.

I would welcome the Dems opening up their party and platform to those with an alternative view like pro-life. However, if they think that just talking about it a little bit should result in support at the polls I think pro-life voters should give them a couple of decades to see if they are serious - not half of an election cycle. See you in 20 years, Howard.


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