Republican Party: We Don't Need No Social Issues
DENVER, Election Day, Nov. 6, 2012 -- Republican "moderates" like Bob Dole, John McCain, and Mitt Romney lose elections, while candidates that have appealed to the party's pro-life core, like Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, win by energizing the base.
So, disdaining their pro-family base, the Republican Party has bragged that it is moving away from what they call the "social" issues, the sanctity of life and of marriage. Of course however, the very foundation of human civilization is the non-negotiable God-given right to life and the sanctity of marriage.
"Conservative" activists and powerbrokers hostile to biblical values, like Colorado's Republican Party chairman Ryan Call, Dick Wadhams before him, KOA radio's Mike Rosen, surrender presidential election after election to big-spending socialist Democrats because they actually would rather risk that outcome than nominate a candidate who will invigorate the base by fighting for the life of the unborn child and for the sanctity of marriage. And predictably, such RINO Republicans will argue the exact opposite, that if it wants to win, the Republican Party needs to become increasingly liberal, that is, pro-homosexuality, pro-abortion, anti-marriage, etc. However, if the country is offered a candidate like Mitt Romney, who is a government health care reformist, implementer of homosexual marriage, pro-abortion, socialist, well then, why not just stick with the openly liberal party, because it's hard to out-Democrat a Democrat.
Those who know that the battle is not R vs D, but good versus evil, and right vs wrong, and that the innocent child's life must not be relegated to a second-tier negotiable issue, please donate to ARTL. For of course, even Ronald Reagan let down the pro-lifers who trusted in his leadership. And George W. Bush, while he would claim to oppose abortion, increased funding to Planned Parenthood by hundreds of millions of dollars more than even Bill Clinton was able to give them, and Bush ended up killing, by his own policies and approval, more than three million children during his term in office. So this is no longer your grandma's pro-life movement. To get the support of the personhood movement, any alleged conservative candidate is going to have to be willing to sacrifice his own career in defense of the unborn child, or he's as worthless as a soldier unwilling to face the battle.
Those pro-lifers who supported Romney, like Esau in the Bible, sold their birthright, for what? Yet, as long as the leaders, bishops, and groups like Focus on the Family and Concerned Women for America, misrepresent politicians who advocate killing children, the moral foundation of both the church and the culture will continue to disintegrate. No one but God could know how much better off America would be if we had spent the last decades with our leaders teaching us to oppose every politician who is willing to kill a single innocent child. For how can anyone be surprised that today, four states voted to allow homosexual marriage, after "Christian" leaders and "conservatives" looked to Mitt Romney as America's hope, the very man who was the father of homosexual marriage, the architect of Obamacare with the individual mandate, the one who forced pro-life hospitals to distribute the abortion pill, and adoption agencies to service homosexual couples. The only thing necessary to guarantee that evil prevails is for good men to support that evil.
To re-evaluate pro-life political strategy, please see the Focus on the Strategy video below (or via DVD). Then read American RTL's crucially important Regulations page. And remember, Colorado RTL designed and unfurled the world's largest protest sign against Barack Obama and the Democrats for destroying unborn children, so we don't have a double-standard, as do so many, when it comes to opposing politicians who advocate killing some children. And finally, if you'd like a 40-year pro-life education in 40 days, in less than one hour per day, then American Right To Life will keep track of your progress! To begin, just click on Get a 40-Year RTL Education!
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DENVER, Nov. 1, 2012 -- Before you vote on election day, see the latest version of the Colorado Right To Life 2012 candidate survey results, check out our pro-life candidate survey., and remember, don't vote for anyone not boldly pro-personhood.