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and death are at stake in this election.
George Bush recognizes it is wrong for people to kill their unborn children,
and has actively opposed such crimes against innocent life. [1,2] Senator John Kerry also says that abortion
is wrong, and that “life does begin at conception”.
However, he consistently promotes “a woman’s right to choose” a gruesome death
for her child. To justify this illogic, Kerry
can't take my Catholic belief, my article of faith, and legislate it on a
Protestant or a Jew or an atheist".
is an evil position which all should condemn. The issue isn’t whether to force
people to become Catholic; it is whether society has a solemn duty to protect
the most basic rights of its members! The
first of these rights is Life, and unless it is protected no nation is secure.
don’t care whether everyone agrees that rape and murder are intolerable crimes.
We resolutely prohibit them and punish
those who commit them. Anyone who thinks
we dare not protect fundamental rights without unanimous public consent is
dangerously unfit to hold high public office. Kerry consistently has disqualified
himself by refusing to defend the inalienable rights of the unborn.
the senator promotes research that kills unborn children in the quest for
medical progress. In his view, it’s
acceptable to kill children if doing so may provide a better life to one more worthy.
This sort of thinking spawned the inhuman medical experiments conducted by the Third
recently criticized President Bush’s restrictions on federal funding of
embryonic stem cell research, saying the president “is making the wrong choice
to sacrifice science for extreme right-wing ideology”.
In the Kerry Reich, Christians are branded
extremists and the defenseless delivered up to laboratories, so that science may
advance where it will without conscience or limit.
Kerry champions a Culture of Death. Any
Catholic who thinks he can legitimately support such a candidate either is
ignorant of the faith or content to betray it.
Archbishop Sean O’Malley, John Kerry’s own bishop, wrote, “I have not said for
whom I shall vote, but I will tell you for whom I will not vote. I will not vote
for any politician who will promote abortion or the culture of death, no matter
how appealing the rest of his or her program might be. They are wolves in
sheep’s garments, the K.K.K. without the sheets, and sadly enough, they don’t
even know it.”