From Jeanette Pryor’s blog:
One of the main reasons Conservatives in New York revolted against the GOP’s choice of D. Scozzafava as their candidate, was because of her position on Abortion. Some Republicans assert that the Hoffman Revolution is about the economy, yet the majority of objections in articles and calls to Talk Radio centered, primarily, on the Republicat’s NARAL rating and her reception of the Margaret Sanger Award, both reflecting her position on Abortion. It is because Sarah Palin is profoundly Pro-Life that she understood the extent of the GOP travesty in asking Conservatives to violate their moral convictions by voting for a woman whose position on these core issues was the polar opposite of their own. While tacticians like Gingrich tried to brush these “secondary social issues” under the rug, Sarah did not. This is a good day to reflect on the very personal way that Sarah Palin brought the issue of Life to the 2008 Campaign.
For those invested in a Culture of Life, two statements made by Barack Obama during his campaign were particularly heart-stopping. The first was when he glibly responded to Pastor Rick Warren, during the Saddleback Interviews, that making statements about Roe V. Wade was, “Above his pay grade.” The second was when he shared with Planned Parenthood supporters that, should his own daughters ever “make mistakes,” he would not want them to be “punished with a baby.” Chilling death-sentence for any Obama grandchildren conceived out of wedlock.
Read the rest of the article on Jeanette Pryor’s site.