Breaking Down the Politics of Abortion

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Breaking Down the Politics of Abortion

Postby Stephen Fox » Fri Feb 28, 2020 7:46 am

https://religiondispatches.org/the-myth ... ust-chase/

Criswell couldnt say what he said in Columbia SC in 56 any more so Pressler and Ed McAteer and Schlafly and friends with the help of Adrian Rogers got onboard with a new issue to replace race baiting to get Carter out of the White house.

So here we are.

Bradley Byrne, Episcopalian and Duke grad is likely to lose inthe Bama GOP primary Tuesday for Senate. He and the Devil have tried to master the abortion matter for expedient political gain. See Yellowhammer News with the Picture of a 7 month pregnant woman and Jones eager to end the pregnancy.

That s the way they play the game in Bama now that Buckwheat and minstrel imagery look bad for SEC football recruiting.

And Rick Lance the Bama CEO of Bama SBC is complicitous

Calpurnia knows better and is not pleased

All this for a little framing of the link above and the mendacity of this wedge issue in Trump land
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Re: Breaking Down the Politics of Abortion

Postby Haruo » Fri Feb 28, 2020 4:15 pm

Thanks, Stephen, that was an interesting article.
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