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October 12, 1999


Pro-abortion NARAL Attacks
Pro-Life Gov. George W. Bush

 

Kate Michelman, president of the National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League [NARAL], held a September 30 press conference to attack pro-life Texas Gov. George W. Bush.



PRO-ABORTION NARAL ATTACKS PRO-LIFE
GOV. GEORGE W. BUSH

   

Pro-abortion NARAL President Kate Michelman

Pro-life Texas Gov. George W. Bush

In a September 30, 1999, press conference, National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL) President Kate Michelman announced that NARAL will begin running a new television ad attacking pro-life Texas Governor George W. Bush. The ad will run in New Hampshire and in the District of Columbia. According to NARAL, the ad "will be accompanied by extensive outreach to members of the media across the country and to key columnists and pundits" as they talk about Bush, his candidacy, and his record.


   

Pro-abortion Vice President Al Gore

Pro-abortion former Sen. Bill Bradley

By Carol Tobias, NRL PAC Director

The race for President is well underway with two candidates currently seeking the Democratic nomination and eight candidates running in the Republican primary. Those numbers could change as Republican commentator Pat Buchanan mulls a presidential run on the Reform Party ballot and actor Warren Beatty is apparently contemplating a bid for the Democratic Party nod.

Also looking at a run for President are actress Cybill Shepherd and real estate developer Donald Trump.


 

From the President

Wanda Franz, Ph.D.

In a few weeks Bill Clinton will enter the eighth year of his presidency. While I'm convinced that history will judge Clinton to have been a bad and corrupt president, I wouldn't be surprised if some historians were to consider him a political genius, nevertheless.

Bill Clinton is obviously very clever. And he is also unscrupulous, ready to jettison any principle (except his staunch support for abortion on demand) in order to be elected and re-elected. Yet even with all this "talent," he only got 43% of the popular vote in the 1992 election and 48.4% of the popular vote in the 1996 election.



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