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Sunday, January 21, 2007

BO and HC and MR and JMcC on abortion and other "culture of life or death" issues.

All yet to be really investigated or found already-investigated elsewhere. Somebody's got to have a chart done on all these new Presidential candidate/wannabees. Maybe this scorecard at NRLC can shed some preliminary light on at least those who are/have been recent Senators and Congressmen.

For the first life issue vote of the new (110th) Congress, Democrats Obama, Clinton, Dodd, Biden, Reid and Schumer voted in opposition of the pro-life position, while McCain voted in support. Santorum is gone, and it appears Brownback abstained or wasn't present to vote.

NRLC's Scorecard for the 109th Congress - U.S. Senate, votes on 4 key "life" issues:
1 - Funding of overseas pro-abortion organizations
2 - Funding of embryo-killing stem cell research (H.R. 810)
3 - Child Custody Protection Act (S. 403): passage
4 - Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act (CIANA) (S. 403, as amended)

Brownback and Santorum: 100%
McCain: 75%
Reid: 50%
Clinton, Obama, Edwards, Dodd, Biden: 0%

I've read some of Obama's nice-sounding rhetoric, seems his record so far shows his true colors.

Two years ago, the 108th Congress U.S. Senate scored as follows on 11 key votes:
1 - Harkin Amendment to endorse Roe v. Wade
2 - Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act: Boxer Motion
3 - Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act: Feinstein Substitute
4 - Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003: passage
5 - Abortion in military medical facilities
6 - Funding of overseas pro-abortion organizations ("Mexico City Policy")
7 - Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003
8 - Medicare Modernization Act: critical procedural vote
9 - Medicare Modernization Act: passage
10 - Feinstein Substitute Amendment (single-victim substitute)
11 - Unborn Victims of Violence Act: passage

Brownback and Santorum: 100%
McCain: 82%
Reid: 55%
Biden: 17%
Clinton, Dodd, Edwards: 0%
(Obama wasn't in yet)

So much for Clinton's "moderate" rhetoric.

More on Hillary: "On abortion, 'she's always been for legal, safe and rare...'" (originally at this Yahoo News site, thanks to the Web Archive.

And more on Hillary.

And still more...

"Obama...opposed the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act— a no-brainer to vote for, pro-life or pro-choice..."

"Romney...oppos[es] efforts to clone human life..."

"...a Vanity Fair article was released portraying McCain as indifferent to issues like abortion and marriage."

"In a short-lived 2000 Senate race, [Giuliani] refused to oppose partial-birth abortion, but in 2006 he campaigned for pro-life stalwart Rick Santorum (ex-senator from Pennsylvania)."
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