Friday, January 18, 2013

Washington State Most Pro-Abortion State In America

...And Governor Inslee promises to keep it that way.

Americans United for Life has released their new list of states in the order of their commitment to life.

Washington State is #50...dead last.

It is the most pro-abortion state in the country.

Not only does it lead in redefining marriage and legalizing pot, but now in abortion.

My parents and grandparents buried in the Yakima Valley would not believe what their beloved state has come to.

In his inaugural speech this week, Governor Inslee affirmed he would stay the course on abortion.

Below are the Life List, the governor's comments and some Republican leaders responses.


This is the new list of pro-life and pro-abortion states. Number one is the most pro-life, with #50 being the most pro-abortion.

In his inaugural speech this week, Governor Inslee committed himself to remaining the most pro-abortion state by expressing his support of the Reproductive Parity Act, which requires insurance companies to cover abortions if they also cover live births. Live births---dead births, all the same in the land of progressives.



Richard Debolt (R-Chhalis) expressed disappointment and surprise that the governor would bring up the issue at the same time he is saying he wants to unite the legislature to solve the state's billion dollar budget problem and high unemployment.

Debolt said, "It's funny that he would take a day of unification and try to make it a politically dividing event." He said the governor should be focused on jobs and the budget as he promised to do.

You will recall that was also the promise of the legislature last year, then they proceeded to spend large amounts of time and resources redefining marriage.

If you disagree with Governor Inslee regarding his position and priority on abortion, please call him at 360-902-4111. Be respectful, but give him a call.

And before one thinks, "Maybe I should have voted for McKenna," remember, McKenna is not a conservative and has been pro-"choice," translated; "pro-abortion" his entire political life.

A better plan would be for Republicans to forget about trying to be like the liberal progressive Democrats, find an articulate, conservative leader who actually believes the message and values the Party says it stands for, honestly unite behind the candidate and see what happens.

But Gary, a conservative can't win in Washington.

Well, this past November confirmed that so-called pro-abortion, pro-same-sex marriage "moderate" Republicans can't win either. Every one of them lost.

It would also be helpful if evangelicals, including some who claim leadership, would stop publicly supporting these so-called "moderates" under the guise of the old, stale idea that "half a loaf is better than none."

These people not only can't win, they can't and won't deliver a "half loaf." And if they did, they would serve up the same half Gregoire, Inslee and their colleagues are already serving, because they do not hold conservative, biblical values.

We are still looking for true conservative leadership.

May God help us.

10 comments:

  1. Lord, please look down upon us in this state, we desperately long for your rightousness. Please raise up a leader among us that may lead us, like Lot leaving Sodom... never looking back.

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  2. Thank you Gary! We totally agree. Praying for our state and nation is crucial in these dark times. And we need to be a light.

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  3. Well said. Thank you.

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  4. I think McKenna is gearing up for another run for governor in the next election. He is doing a lot of speaking around the state and is the speaker for the Boy Scouts in Spokane this month. Why would they invite him when he has taken them on over their not wanting gays in leadership? He'll try again because that is what he knows. Fuiten, Backholm and others like them will support him again.

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    1. McKenna has taken the Boy Scouts on ? id not know that , can uou point me to an article on this . I can google it they do not allow links here .

      Mick

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  5. @957

    Found the articles myself . Did not know that . Surprised me somewhat . The Boy Scouts are a private organization .

    Mick

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    1. Mick, he was on the Boy Scout Council and stated his opinion on to subject. That is hardly 'taking them on'. And that the Boy Scouts realize that even their council members have a right to their opinion is true is wonderful.

      Lock step dogmatic fanaticism is the greatest danger to this country.

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  6. Vishanti-there you go again. It is well known that McKenna has consistently and vocally stood against the Boy Scouts position on gay leadrship. Of course he has a right to his own opinion. That's the point. He has an opinion and many of us disagree with it. The boy scouts are nuts to have him speak in Spokane.

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    1. You do realize that when he spoke out in favor of gay inclusion he was on the Seattle Boy Scout Council and probably still is? The Boy Scout Leadership is not of one mind on this issue and stating the policy should be changed is not 'taking on' anything.

      Dogmatic orthodoxy or nothing is not a battle cry that ever leads to anything good.

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  7. Trying to change the moral position of the Boy Scouts is in fact "taking on" something. It is trying to rewrite the moral position the Scouts have held for more than one hundred years. He is not on the Council anymore.

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