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Pro-life President George W. Bush, holding the future in his hands.

By Carol Tobias
NRL Political Director

Every election year, it seems as if pro-lifers are told that this is the "most important election ever." That's not just hype. Building on previous successes, each election does get to be more important than the last, both to consolidate gains made and to make new inroads.

For example, in 1996, the battle over partial-birth abortion was just starting. It was an eight-year battle, but we finally got a president who joyfully signed the bill, replacing one who twice vetoed the measure at the urging of pro-abortionists.

In 2000, the issue was again partial-birth abortion but more importantly, the Supreme Court. We got the partial-birth abortion ban (only to have it suspended by judges), but we haven't gotten the justices.


What We Know And Why That Matters

By Jacki Ragan

 Pro-life President George W. Bush is a great compaigner who enjoys meeting people.

As you read and make use of this edition of National Right to Life News, there will be only a few short weeks before our great nation will go to the polls to elect the next President of the United States. Voting is an enormous privilege, one for which millions of men and women have died to protect, both here and abroad.

And as we have written in this newspaper more than once, four years ago, only 51.2% of the voting-age population in America chose to take a few minutes out of their schedules to vote in an election so close that its final outcome was not determined for 35 days afterwards. And in two states, including the pivotal state of Florida, fewer than 1,000 votes separated George W. Bush and Al Gore.



Vol. 31, No. 11


From the President

Wanda Franz, Ph.D.


It's the Supreme Court, Stupid

--Headline in New York's Village Voice (8/30/2000)

By the end of the next President's term, six of the current members of the Court will be over 70 years of age. The average age of retirement over the past century has been 71--and so we are likely in for an unprecedented wave of retirements. It is entirely possible that whoever is elected next November will have the power to appoint a new majority of the members of the Supreme Court.

As president, I will only appoint Supreme Court Justices who will uphold a woman's right to choose.

--pro-abortion presidential candidate John Kerry (10/3/03 & 3/8/04)

Because a caring society will value its weakest members, we must make a place for the unborn child. And I will continue to appoint federal judges who know the difference between personal opinion and the strict interpretation of the law.

--President George W. Bush (9/2/04)

The Village Voice headline above was written for the 2000 presidential election, but it is even more applicable today. If pro-life President George W. Bush gets re-elected along with enough new senators who will support his judicial nominees, then the days of judicial arrogance and over-reaching will come to an end. And social policy once again will be set by the elected branches of government.

If John Kerry wins, he will fill the vacancies on the Supreme Court and the federal judiciary with pro-abortionists, and the out-of-control courts will continue to override popular will and set social policy by judicial dictate--for years, if not decades, to come.

The pro-abortion pressure groups are organizing and spending money as never before in this election to make sure that it is John Kerry who will fill federal judicial vacancies.

Pro-lifers must understand what's at stake and outwork the pro-abortionists.


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