Tuesday, September 13, 2011

The 2012 Presidential Election: Life and Death

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It is clear to most Americans where President Obama stands on the issue of life---and abortion.

His words have been voluminous about the importance of life, while his actions give a very clear message: "Increase funding to abortion industry giant Planned Parenthood."

If you are pro-abortion, President Obama is your guy.

But how do the Republican Presidential candidates stand on abortion?

LIFENEWS has researched the position of each GOP candidate. This is what they found:

Michele Bachmann:
Michele Bachmann Hits Planned Parenthood at Faith Conference
Bachmann: “Devastating” Miscarriage Shaped Pro-Life Abortion Views
Bachmann: Christian Writer Francis Schaeffer Shaped Pro-Life Views

Herman Cain:
Herman Cain Blasts Planned Parenthood, Abortion Biz Attacks Him
Herman Cain: Defund Racist Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz
Herman Cain Reaffirms Pro-Life View After Not Signing Pledge

Newt Gingrich:
Newt Gingrich Makes 2012 Republican Presidential Bid Official
Gingrich Also Hits Romney on Not Signing Pro-Life Pledge
Likely GOP Presidential Candidates Want Planned Parenthood De-Funded

Jon Huntsman:
Jon Huntsman: No Truce on Abortion, Touts Pro-Life Record
Huntsman Confirms Opposition to Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Pro-Life Ex-Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Announces GOP 2012 Campaign

Ron Paul:
Ron Paul Would Sign Planned Parenthood Funding Ban
Ron Paul Blasts Obama Forcing Coverage of Abortion, Birth Control
Catholics for Ron Paul Effort Supports His Pro-Life Stance

Rick Perry:
Rick Perry Gets A Grade on Abortion From Texas Pro-Life Groups
Rick Perry Signs Pro-Life Pledge on Abortion, Judges
Texas Gov. Rick Perry Signs Bill De-Funding Planned Parenthood

Mitt Romney:
Mitt Romney Reasserts His Pro-Life Position on Abortion
Mitt Romney Still Faces Questions Over His Pro-Life Stance
Mitt Romney Makes 2012 Republican Presidential Bid Official

Rick Santorum:
Pro-Life Sen. Rick Santorum Seeks GOP Presidential Nod
Santorum: Abortion to Blame for Some Social Security Problems
Santorum Picks Up Endorsement From Iowa Pro-Life Activist

The presidential election next year has the power to shape the future of abortion for decades -- as the next president may have Supreme Court appointments who could determine the future of Roe and the status of legal abortions for many years. With a tenuous pro-abortion majority on the high court now, a pro-life president gives unborn children real hope for change.

Thank you Steve Ertelt and LIFENEWS.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Active. Be Prayerful. Be Blessed.

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