Sunday, June 24, 2007

40% of Americans think overturning abortion is top white house priority

In a recent poll, 40% of Americans believe overturning abortion laws is a top White House priority. " The issue of abortion is seen as a top issue in the 2008 presidential election by 40 percent of Americans, indicating the contentious subject still plays a prominent role in how people case their ballot for president. Previous polls have shown that the pro-life position gives presidential candidates an edge. "The new figure comes from a survey the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press conducted.
This is be good news for Sam Brownback, who renewed his pledge to appoint the Supreme Court justice who would overturn Roe v Wade.“We're one vote shy on the Supreme Court. I want to be the president to appoint that justice,“ the GOP contender told several hundred pro-life advocates at the National Right to Life convention in Kansas City last week."

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