Sunday, July 23, 2006
Make no mistake about it - George W. Bush is NOT a "pro-life" politician. And neither are the alleged "pro-life" Apologists who support him in Congress.
Have You Fired The Late Eight Yet?
Stem Cells. Death Penalty. War in Iraq. Health insurance.
If you haven't already, take a look a this list of The Late Eight - eight Republican Senators who had the opportunity to do the right thing and failed.
I'm making a five dollar pledge to each of the Democratic candidates in honor of my friend's child, who has juvenile diabetes. I'm sure you know someone who could benefit from the research that has once again been delayed by George Bush and these eight Republican Senators.
Here, once again, is the list of The Late Eight:
George Allen (R-VA)
Visit Democrat Jim Webb's page, and consider a donation.
Conrad Burns (R-MT)
Visit Democrat Jon Tester's page, and consider a donation.
Mike DeWine (R-OH)
Visit Democrat Sherrod Brown's page, and consider a donation.
John Ensign (R-NV)
Visit Democrat Jack Carter's page, and consider a donation.
Jon Kyl (R-AZ)
Visit Democrat Jim Pederson's page, and consider a donation.
Rick Santorum (R-PA)
Visit Democrat Bob Casey's page, and consider a donation.
Jim Talent (R-MO)
Visit Democrat Claire McCaskill's page, and consider a donation.
Craig Thomas (R-WY)
Visit Democrat Dale Groutage's page, and consider a donation.
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Posted by FleshPresser at 11:18 PM /
L posted at 12:17 AM
I think we can safely say that the GOP is the anti-life party.
Very cool images you found, by the way :)