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Volume 39, Number 3                                                                                  www.nrlc.org                                                                                                    Summer 2012

 

Pro-Life Mitt Romney Tells NRLC He Is “Grateful for Their Support
and Honored by the Trust They Have Placed in Me”

By Dave Andrusko

When National Right to Life endorsed pro-life Gov. Mitt Romney, NRLC President Carol Tobias’s opening remarks at the National Press Club were an explanation of why the nation’s preeminent pro-life organization was endorsing Mr. Romney for President and a clarion call to action.

“National Right to Life is proud and honored to endorse Governor Mitt Romney for President of the United States,” she said. “On pro-life issues, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama provide a stark contrast. As the country’s most pro-abortion president, Barack Obama has pursued a radical pro-abortion agenda.”

Then in words since echoed by pro-lifers across the country, Mrs. Tobias added, “It is now time for pro-life Americans to unite behind Mitt Romney. For the sake of unborn children, the disabled, and the elderly, we must win.”

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Majority of U.S. House Votes to Ban Sex-Selection
Abortions; Obama and 168 House Members Oppose

WASHINGTON (June 21, 2012)–A solid majority of members of the U.S. House of Representatives has voted to enact a national ban on the use of abortion to eliminate an unborn child of the sex not desired by parents–but President Obama, joined by 168 House members, came out against the ban.

On May 31, the House voted 246–168 in favor of the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act (H.R. 3541), a bill to make it unlawful to perform or coerce a sex-selection abortion. This was a strong majority, but the bill was considered under a fast-track procedure called “suspension of the rules,” which requires a two-thirds vote for passage. Thus, the bill did not clear the House on May 31, but remains alive and eligible for possible later consideration under a majority-vote procedure.

The bill would make it a federal offense to knowingly do any one of the following four things: (1) perform an abortion, at any time in pregnancy, “knowing that such abortion is sought based on the sex or gender of the child”; (2) use “force or threat of force ... for the purpose of coercing a sex-selection abortion”; (3) solicit or accept funds to perform a sex-selection abortion; or (4) transport a woman into the U.S. or across state lines for this purpose.

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From the President

Carol Tobias

Who Really Cares for Women?

The so-called “war on women” launched by President Obama and his supporters is nothing more than a rhetorical smokescreen and political ploy designed to get women to re-elect Obama and his pro-abortion allies.

Using the flawed logic being employed by President Obama, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, Nancy Pelosi, NARAL and its allies, if you don’t agree with them on “choice,” then you must hate women and are engaged in a war on women.

For years, we have heard that pro-lifers only care about the baby, not the woman. And it is supposedly those who advocate for abortion who are the real champions for women. Really? Let’s look at what’s happening in this country right now and consider who really cares about women.

Abortion is the least regulated invasive procedure in the country. Many states do not require that a mother be fully informed about abortion, its potential risks, and alternatives – something required for every other medical procedure performed in this country.

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