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Unfit to serve

By Phil Lawler (bio - articles ) | Jun 06, 2003

The Family Research Council (FRC), a Washington think-tank with a solid Christian vision, argues that any legislator who supports partial-birth abortion is unfit for public office. I can't find any fault with their reasoning.

Today FRC provided a distinct public service by compiling Roll Call of the Unfit, listing those pro-abortion extremists. If the name of your Congressman or Senator is on that list-- and there are 172 names listed-- you have a problem. What are you prepared to do about it? (Hint: Most of them are up for re-election next year.)

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