Gutless

I wrote the following piece in September of 2015. On the day I wrote it, the Senate had just killed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Child Protection Act; a bill designed to save unborn children who had developed to the point that they could feel the agony of being torn to shreds by an abortionist. Any sane, moral person would support this bill. Hillary Clinton is against it.
The House, Senate, and White House are full of gutless cowards, more concerned with getting reelected than saving children. In about 3 weeks we get to decide if we want business as usual to continue. A vote for Hillary will say you don’t have a problem with corruption and lawlessness. It will say you don’t have a problem electing a President who supports abortion right up to the moment of birth.
Being gutless and being a coward is easy. Having the courage of conviction to do what you know is right, regardless of the consequences, is hard, but worth it. In the end, we will all be held to account for the choices we made during our life. I choose to protect the unborn, and I’ll gladly accept the consequences of my actions.

Pro Life Pop Pop

Our elected officials on both sides of the aisle are gutless.  Politics and staying in office are more important to them than the sanctity of human life.  They would rather continue to funnel $500 million a year to Planned Parenthood than force the President to veto defunding legislation.  Same goes for the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. Our elected leaders agree to hold “show votes” that they know will go nowhere so they can go home and tell their constituents that they tried.  Trying doesn’t cut it.  Doing is the only way to get anything done.

Some things in life are worth fighting for and worth risking everything for.  If we can’t count on our elected leaders to fight for the lives of innocent children, we need new elected leaders.  I’ll vote for anyone of any party who pledges to fight for the right to life of the unborn and…

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