Since sometime in 1999, President Bush has been saying that he's anxious to sign a ban on partial-birth abortion.
Since October 22, he's had the opportunity to do so. But he hasn't done it yet.
What is he waiting for? Just wondering...
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Posted by: Sterling -
Nov. 02, 2003 9:29 PM ET USA
Aw, c'mon, he should just sign the bill already.
Posted by: frjimc -
Nov. 02, 2003 9:11 AM ET USA
C'mon, Phil, please? As much as I admire and respect what you and this magazine are doing, do we not decimate ourselves when we harp on the failings of our allies? I mean, President Bush may not yet have acted, and he may not act as quickly as we'd like, but he IS a politician, after all. So, although 'The Amen' will spew the lukewarm from His mouth (Rev 3:15), Jesus also said, "he who is not against us is with us." (Mark 9:40), and Bush IS giving a cup of cold water to His little ones.