One of the primary planks of the Republican Platform is the party's commitment to recognizing the Fourteenth Amendment protection of unborn children. In this video clip, Mitt Romney states his opposition to that commitment. Mitt Romney is not a prolife candidate. Vote for life in 2012. Vote for Tom Hoefling. tomhoefling.com
"I am pro-life, anti-abortion, pro-religion and a traditional conservative. I am anti-homosexuality personally, but moreso socio-politically because of the homosexual activists’ active agenda of attack on Christianity/religion in an effort to mislead our children into moral bankruptcy and a life of unnatural existence. This attack on religion has its roots in communism/socialism/Hegelist idealism.
I put the preservation and sanctity of life and defense of the defenseless and vulnerable above all other rights and obligations and I vote accordingly.
I do not agree with any atheistic socialist leftist anti-American agenda and its direct attack on spiritual life and moral freedom with its paractice and goals of euthanasia, abortion, assisted suicide, infanticide, genocide, healthcare rationing, sexual perversity, etc...the atheistic socialists actively promote these antithesis of good, mainly in an attempt to rid this republic of its traditional moral values and ordered freedoms and to replace it with a culture of death where persons become objects to be used and discarded depending on their value, or lack thereof, to the state.
Our republic is based on freedom serving morality, or at least that used to be and is supposed to be - the Supreme Court and activist Liberal judges, legislating from the bench, along with non-representative representatives have done irreparable damage.
Our republic, with its representative democracy wasn’t and isn't perfect and yet we have made some social progress with respect to oppression in various areas like slavery and women’s rights. But we have made many moral errors, in the process of attempting to progress, and these errors will bring on the wrath of God - namely, the killing of the least of our brethren and the attack on the traditional family unit, the attack on religion and ordered freedom and liberty."
-- Jack Newkirk, Georgia