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Like any good citizen, I voted ...

Like any good citizen, I voted recently. When it was all over and all the chads were swept away, I read and heard report after report about the results of elections all over the country. Too much information only confused me until I discovered a report that mattered.

In the elections:

National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) financially supported 11 candidates. In this group the losers numbered 10.

Emily's List, a pro-abortion PAC, bankrolled 21 races. Losers: 17.

Contrast this to:

Susan B. Anthony List, a pro-life PAC, supported 30 pro-life candidates; 22 were winners.

The Concerned Women PAC gave money to 14 pro-life candidates; nine were elected.

I didn't have to be very good with the math here to clearly see that Americans are finally figuring out that it's a baby, not a choice.

Anne Coates
Lexington, IN
December 14, 2007

Threads: Politics

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      Choose at the polls
      December 14, 2007 | 12:21 PM

      We all talk about pro-life vs pro-choise. It's always pro-choise, because you choose when you vote this election. Uphold this sacred honor.

      Dick Bruiser
      Zionsville, IN
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      Life and Death decision
      December 14, 2007 | 12:54 PM

      Try to reflect on the fact that those most affected ar voting for two. It seems counter-intuitive, but it is true.

      Greencastle, IN
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