Rape is a crime and ought to be punished.
Murdering a child conceived as a result of rape is also a crime.
If one acknowledges that child murder is a crime, that does not make one “soft on rape”. The rape is not the issue when discussing abortion. Who the child’s father is does not make it acceptable to murder the child.
Leftists and liberals use _emotion_ to work on the minds of women, making them think that conservatives don’t care if they are raped. But of course, rape is a crime that should be punished.
The emotional trickery the left uses on women is a) they tell women that in order to be “cool” they need to fornicate, that is, have sex outside of marriage, then b) they tell them that having an abortion to get rid of any children resulting from such fornication is a “right” of theirs. They lie and tell them that the child’s body is THEIR body.
Republican political types, who are obviously working overtime on FR trying to “win the election”, have the instinct to replace a conservative Republican with “whatever the people in the district want” the moment the media says one word about the conservative candidate.
You don’t “win” by joining the other team that beat you.
If a Republican candidate adopts the Democratic party platform in order to “win”, and then votes anti-conservative on every issue once elected, why would a conservative vote for them ? They have an R by by their name, but they are essentially a Democrat.
America as a nation is turning away from God and God’s revealed law word, the Bible. Romney will probably win, and the political hacks of the Republican party will simply allow more government growth, state control, deficit spending, etc., etc. The coming bigtime bubble pop of sovereign debt will probably fall in the lap of Republicans. There’s another bubble, the regulatory bubble. The mountain of laws and regulations _only_ grows, it ratchets ever upward and never shrinks. It now is being used to foist immorality upon Americans, as sodomites have become a protected class bent on making sodomy ubiquitous. This is a severe drain on the productivity of the nation, since not only does sodomy serve no purpose it is actually counter-productive. Businesses are literally tip-toeing through a legal minefield as they operate, having to spend tremendous amounts relating to one government intrusion or another in order to avoid pitfalls that cost even more. Businesses - especially small ones - make less and less sense financially due to many factors that Republican politicians really don’t understand. While Democrat politicians frequently express derision towards business, Republican politicians “feel” pro-business and tend to agree with free enterprise concepts on a theoretical or general level. But they still don’t take the legislative steps necessary to start “deconstructing” the Federal behemoth.
Hopefully the Republican party will be finished as a result of the bubble collapsing on their watch so America can begin “deconstructing” the political machines and getting down to truth; no parties, no campaigning and no career politicians, replaced by the original American system of citizen-leaders, but with the added requirement of term limits.
It may not happen today, next week or for decades. But simple logic and math tells us that the fat, evil, self-perpetuating Federal beast simply will not allow prosperity as it did in the past, before it was this big. And with the people we have in power now, it ain’t gettin’ any smaller. Because it all starts with morality. You can’t have financial fixes until you have moral fixes in place, and of course this applies not just to the government, but to American society as a whole. Everyone does not have to be “perfect”, but there needs to be, once again, a “critical mass” of people who “get it”. There won’t be a political savior; it’s the people who need betterment. People follow societal leaders (not just political), so leaders in every sector of society need to “get it” and then lead the way.
Nicely said, but you’re not telling me anything I don’t already know.