Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Death before abortion, Van Hollen says

Well, here's one clear difference in the attorney general's race: J.B. Van Hollen is a "100% pro-life candidate," which means he is against abortion in any and all circumstances -- rape, incest, or even to save a woman's life.

You were raped and impregnated by a family member and may die if you don't have the abortion? Don't come running to J.B. He thinks life is sacred -- except yours.

Here's what it takes to get the Pro-Life Wisconsin endorsement:
To those who are actively involved in the pro-life struggle on a daily basis, "pro-life" means defending each and every innocent human life at all stages of development and in all circumstances, including those whom it is not "politically correct" to protect -- the child conceived in rape, the child whose mother's life is perceived to be in danger, the disabled preborn baby, or the "terminally ill" who are viewed as "burdens" on society. It is clear that life begins at conception/fertilization, so it is clear that that may never be an exception to an innocent child's right to life.
The Pro-Life Wisconsin Victory Fund
"supports candidates for public office who demonstrate a commitment to protect each and every innocent human life -- in all circumstances and at all stages of development."
This is the group that is so extreme that Congressman Mark Green was afraid to reply to their questionnaire. Here's what that extremist group has to say:
"It's exciting and very gratifying to see a 100 percent pro-life candidate win this Republican primary race. J.B. Van Hollen has proudly declared that life begins at conception and that he will work to defend the right to life of all preborn children.

That is a message that resonates with voters. It is clear, consistent and compassionate. It is a message that is in stark contrast to the views of Kathleen Falk, and one that we believe will prevail in the November general election.

More and more Wisconsinites recognize that abortion kills babies and hurts women. Wisconsin needs an attorney general who will work to protect the most innocent among us -- our preborn brothers and sisters.

Pro-Life Wisconsin enthusiastically congratulates J.B. Van Hollen for his victory Tuesday night and looks forward to his victory in November.


At 4:00 PM, Blogger redvest said...

The best part of getting JB back as cheif Lawman is a return to the good ol days where the curroption was right there for everybody to see and nobody did a thing about it. Rememebr this jem?

Below is I found out about JB Van Van Hollen. Judge for yourself if it’s not a good time to stop this kind of corruption. The only problem is then we would have to stop your man Jim Doyle too as he is apart of this very same corruption. Do you have the stones enough to call out Jim Doyle as a corrupt snake or not? Considering Doyle's long history of doing business with Hurtgen, which goes all the way back to the tobacco settlement monies, and his family ties to Hurtgen and Prange I'm sure you don't because it would mean tearing down your candidate.

JB Van Hollen’s connections to Hurtgen: the brother-in-law of his campaign manager Phil Prange:

Hurtgen Indictment:

Two out of the three inthe Hurtgen have pled guilty leaving Hurtgen the odd man out- unless he's cooperating with the feds then your man doyle may be in big trouble:

The Prange Hurtgen Doyle connection: Why are these “Republicans Giving to Doyle?”

Why is Phil Prange, Van Hollen’s campaign manager, and his business partner Ed Aprahamien giving thousand of dollars to Doyle?

At 4:21 PM, Blogger redvest said...

Here's more good news for JB and his camp, Prange et al:

Hurtgen is either on his own as a defendent or as many have suspected co-operating with the feds. If he is co-operating then it's time to duck and cover...Maybe that article in the Isthmus wabout how he was such a "good guy" who got lead "astray" as Billy Mac stated was just a plant so that people in madison would keep their heads together during the investigation?

Anyway, maybe JB's first job will be investigating his campaign manager Prange and Hurtgen?

At 6:19 PM, Blogger Harry Walker said...

JB Van Hollow is going to have a hard time. I don't much care of Bucher, but he would have given Falk a serious run. Van Hollow is an empty suit who will have be defined by his crazy positions like this and his continuing insistence that Al Qaeda is running terrorist training grounds in Wisconsin. Good grief. Can you say Attorney General Falk?

At 10:38 AM, Blogger Dad29 said...

You just can't help yourself, X.

The statement reads: "...[a mother whose life is perceived to be in danger

Of course, you would also elide the entire 2nd Amendment from the Bill of Rights...


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