Matto wrote:Gene Scarborough wrote:Here is what I am doing:
When I get an email, I respond with copies to several friends who enjoy detailed research. One is the Secretary for our local Democratic Party, another is a serious researcher with several degrees, another is a serious retired Baptist minister.
Every time the rascal sends stuff, it gets a review and, thus far, total anihalation when reviewed over factual accuracy. He has not gotten the message, nor do I expect him to change his political position.
The more we expose the lies and distrotion far and wide, the more people have to consider just how accurate it is.
This will be the most vicious campaign ever fought. The outcome dictates whether we go back to the party and policies which gave us this Recession. Democrats must deal with welfare and Republicans with warfare. Some who have the guts to once more be Statesman have to start working together for the common good---or we are all going to be riding trains looking for work or standing in soup kitchen lines!
A vote against abortion is a vote for economic recovery. A whole generation of more than 60 million Americans and 2 million Australians have been destroyed. When you genocide whole generations of your people, it's going to destroy your nation economically.
Economies are people driven, there is no economic growth without population growth. There will be no entrepreneurs or tax payers enough to support the aging and ailing population, if they have been thrown into the ovens.
God has already sent the solution to Americas problems, but it was murdered in the womb and thrown into the fire.
The vote isn't about republican or democrat, it is about Life or Death. That is the only vote.
So how do you vote "against abortion"? We were told that a vote for Ronnie Reagan was a vote against abortion, and he did worse than nothing about it, he appointed two Supreme Court justices who were committed to keeping it happening, and a "swing judge" who always voted against overturning Roe V. Wade. Then we were told that George H.W. Bush was committed to ending abortion on demand. He wasn't, and in fact, increased the court's pro-choice majority by one. Then we were told that George W. Bush was committed to ending abortion on demand, even though the justices on the Texas supreme court who were swept in on his coat-tails overturned the parental consent law in Texas, and abortion was as legal there when he abandoned the governor's office as it ever was, and he never got around to doing anything about it when he was president, though he had a chance to change the Supreme Court to majority pro-life. But he never got around to that either.
The Republican party is not only not committed to ending abortion on demand, it will continue to put up candidates who will lie through their teeth about what they are going to do. Might as well vote to re-elect the President. At least he will be the better choice from an economic perspective. The social issues are DOA with the Republicans. The Democrats, at least, don't promise anything on that front. That's better than having the GOP lie about their position.