Monday, February 20, 2012

How Ron Paul Would Effectively End Abortion In America

Ron Paul:
"To summarize my views--I believe the federal government has a role to play," said Paul. "I believe Roe v. Wade should be repealed. I believe federal law should declare that life begins at conception. And I believe states should regulate the enforcement of this law, as they do other laws against violence."
"I don't see the value in setting up a federal police force on this issue any more than I do on other issues," Paul said. "The Fourteenth Amendment was never intended to cancel out the Tenth Amendment. This means that I can’t agree that the Fourteenth Amendment has a role to play here, or otherwise we would end up with a 'Federal Department of Abortion.' Does anyone believe that will help life? We should allow our republican system of government to function as our Founders designed it to: protect rights at the federal level, enforce laws against violence at the state level.
"As President, I will sign and aggressively advocate for a law that removes abortion from the jurisdiction of the federal courts," said Paul. "This approach, done by simple majority vote and stroke of my Presidential Pen, would effectively overturn Roe v. Wade and allow states to pass strong pro-life legislation immediately. Millions of lives would be saved by this approach while we fight to make every state a right to life state."
While most Pro-Life Republicans talk a good game,they rarely do anything to actually stop abortions.Ron Paul is not only Pro-Life,but he has a plan,that is not only capable of ending this scourge in our country,it is also Constitutional.Tell me who is the most Pro-Life candidate?


Brock Townsend said...

Excellent and posted.

Thomas Gann said...

Thank you,Brock.

Cherie said...

Love your blog-thanks for sharing your great finds and insight!

Thomas Gann said...

Thank you,Cherie,I really appreciate your comment,I love doing it as well.

Stephanie said...

Shared on Facebook after found on Christians for Ron Paul.

Thomas Gann said...

Thank you,Stephanie.