The pro-life payoff?
By Phil Lawler ( bio - articles - email ) | Nov 10, 2004
Oh, good. It's just one week since we read the headlines about the re-election of President Bush, and already:
- The likely chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee has warned that the White House shouldn't expect confirmation of pro-life nominees to the Supreme Court.
- A staunchly pro-life Attorney General has resigned, and the President has chosen a "pro-choice" replacement.
A week ago, most pro-lifers were jubilant. Now they are-- or should be-- worried.
But here's the point that I tried to make before the election: You can't say that President Bush has betrayed his campaign promises to the pro-life movement, because-- check it out if you don't believe me-- he never made any!
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