Saturday, November 21, 2009

Aborting health care reform

How's the Stupak Amendment looking two weeks out? The left is still in turmoil, blaming abortion opponents for standing up for their principles instead of making health care reform the top and only priority.
Augusta Free Press runs a column blasting the Catholic Bishops for their pro-life stand. Never mind that they've pushed health care reform hard in recent years.
The columnist will accept the bishops' help when their religious views help the cause, but blast them if they disagree with a part of those views.
By grasping so tightly to abortion, the rest of their agenda may slip through their fingers.

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