Wednesday, September 19, 2007

GOP Presidential Race described as "wide-open"

If Rasmussen says there is 'no clear frontrunner' then conservative bloggers should take heart. Over 60% of the Republican Party is conservative, and pundit Dick Morris says that the bloggers will have a say in who their party choses for the nomination. That gives the pro-lifers one last shot to unseat Guiliani from the top tier of candidates, and replace him and Romney with a true pro-lifer like Brownback, or Huckabee.

If you don't act now, you will not be permitted to whine in November of 2008. Get the candidates' opinions on abortion published on your blog! Polls show that most Catholics don't realize just how pro-abortion Rudy Guiliani is. Those of us who are Catholics against Rudy know there is no demonstrable difference between candidate Guiliani and Clinton on abortion or so-called "gay rights".
The Value Voters Summit debate had candidates agreeing on abortion. At least those who attended. Notably absent were: Rudy Giuliani, Mitt Romney, John McCain and Fred Thompson, the frontrunners who didn't want their compromised stands on abortion made public.

1 comment:

Michelle said...

The best two pro-life candidates for President are Tom Tancredo and Duncan Hunter. Both are 100% pro-life. And they both have the right position on illegal immigration, which will be THE BIGGEST ISSUE in the Republican primary. It's really time pro-lifers unite with other conservatives to elect a presidential nominee who won't compromise on either principle.