#1 Alabama Senate officially condemns state’s U.S. Senator for supporting late-term abortion by Cincinnatus 31.05.2018 01:01

avatar

Oh, no, we couldn't have Roy Moore. He was too strange, possibly a latent pedophile. Let's elect a Democrat instead, one who promises he will be a "moderate" on the issue of abortion.

Will we never learn? Never?

Zitat
MONTGOMERY, Alabama, May 30, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) -- The Alabama Senate passed a resolution denouncing the state’s newest national senator for voting to allow abortions to continue past 20 weeks of pregnancy.

Last December, Doug Jones defeated former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore in a special election to the Senate seat vacated when President Donald Trump chose Jeff Sessions to be his Attorney General.

Jones presented himself as moderately pro-”choice” during the campaign, saying November 2 that he supported restricting “late-term” abortions “except in the case of medical necessity.” But when the Senate voted in January on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which contained the exception he claimed to require, Jones joined his fellow Democrats in opposing it.

In response, Republican Sen. Bill Hightower introduced SR 109, which declares that “the junior senator from Alabama's vote to block protection of countless thousands of lives from a terribly painful death is unacceptable and this body strongly disapproves his departure from the values of this state and his vote on this important issue.”

The resolution quoted Jones’ previous pledge and suggested that substantial spending from out-of-state liberal groups influenced him to go back on his word and disregard “the clear wishes of the people of Alabama.”

“(A) vote to allow the brutal killing of an unborn child at this stage is unmistakably revulsive to the values of a so-called civilized and compassionate society, is obviously violent to children, many of whom can survive outside the womb, and devalues the value of every life in America,” it declared. Scientific evidence suggests that preborn babies are capable of feeling pain by week 20.



https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/alabam...supporting-late

#2 RE: Alabama Senate officially condemns state’s U.S. Senator for supporting late-term abortion by algernonpj 31.05.2018 11:06

avatar

Quote: Cincinnatus wrote in post #1
Oh, no, we couldn't have Roy Moore. He was too strange, possibly a latent pedophile. Let's elect a Democrat instead, one who promises he will be a "moderate" on the issue of abortion.

Will we never learn? Never?

Zitat
MONTGOMERY, Alabama, May 30, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) -- The Alabama Senate passed a resolution denouncing the state’s newest national senator for voting to allow abortions to continue past 20 weeks of pregnancy.

Last December, Doug Jones defeated former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore in a special election to the Senate seat vacated when President Donald Trump chose Jeff Sessions to be his Attorney General.

Jones presented himself as moderately pro-”choice” during the campaign, saying November 2 that he supported restricting “late-term” abortions “except in the case of medical necessity.” But when the Senate voted in January on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which contained the exception he claimed to require, Jones joined his fellow Democrats in opposing it.

In response, Republican Sen. Bill Hightower introduced SR 109, which declares that “the junior senator from Alabama's vote to block protection of countless thousands of lives from a terribly painful death is unacceptable and this body strongly disapproves his departure from the values of this state and his vote on this important issue.”

The resolution quoted Jones’ previous pledge and suggested that substantial spending from out-of-state liberal groups influenced him to go back on his word and disregard “the clear wishes of the people of Alabama.”

“(A) vote to allow the brutal killing of an unborn child at this stage is unmistakably revulsive to the values of a so-called civilized and compassionate society, is obviously violent to children, many of whom can survive outside the womb, and devalues the value of every life in America,” it declared. Scientific evidence suggests that preborn babies are capable of feeling pain by week 20.


https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/alabam...supporting-late


Rinos won't ... They actively helped defeat Moore.

Xobor Create your own Forum with Xobor