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It is tiresome beyond belief to hear so-called anti-abortion politicians defend their stance on the subject of Right to Life.  Tim Kaine is just the latest.  He argues that he is personally opposed to abortion, but does not think it his right to tell a woman what she can or cannot do with her body.

Really!  If he is sincere, then we should be seeing a repeal of all laws that tell women that:

  1. they cannot drink if under 21
  2. they cannot drive a car if under 16
  3. they cannot smoke if under 18
  4. they cannot make money by selling their bodies (prostitution)

Also, if Kaine is such a devout Catholic, why is he endorsed by NARAL and Planned Parenthood.

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Kaine is your typical Democrat.  Say anything, but the truth!

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If the Catholic Church had any courage it would deny these so-called devout devotees the right to take Communion.  Of course, that will not happen, as has been evidenced by the late Ted Kennedy and Nancy Pelosi.


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Thomas Cagley

Retired Army Colonel, over 30 years in Military Intelligence. Former candidate for Lake Forest City Council. Raised on a farm in the Midwest. Married, three children and four grandchildren. Have been a Disaster Mitigation specialist for Texas Emergency Operations Center. Former project manager on several construction projects for private and government. Published articles in World War II History magazine and Civil War Times magazine. Have had numerous op-ed articles published in newspapers in Texas and California.


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