Abortion

Prolife groups urge Iowans to support ‘ANYONE but Trump’ in Republican primary!!

Another big story that was lost in the YUGE news-storm over el Trumpo taking his ball and going home from the GOP debate is that many prolife groups are sounding the alarm when it comes to the pro-abortion stances he held for 65 years.

Watch below:

Here’s a statement from the Susan B. Anthony list:

Dear Iowans,

As pro-life women leaders from Iowa and across the nation, we urge Republican caucus-goers and voters to support anyone but Donald Trump. On the issue of defending unborn children and protecting women from the violence of abortion, Mr. Trump cannot be trusted and there is, thankfully, an abundance of alternative candidates with proven records of pro-life leadership whom pro-life voters can support.  We have come to this conclusion after having listened patiently to numerous debates and news reports, but most importantly to Donald Trump’s own words.

They cite his previous endorsement for his pro-abortion sister to the Supreme Court as proof he can’t be trusted:

The next president will be responsible for as many as four nominations to the Supreme Court. Mr. Trump has given us only one indication about the type of judges he would appoint, and it does not bode well for those who would like to see the court overturn Roe v. Wade. Mr. Trump has said his sister, Judge Maryanne Trump Barry, who struck down the Partial Birth Abortion Ban in New Jersey, would be a “phenomenal” choice for the court.  Earlier this month, Mr. Trump also said he thought pro-choice Senator Scott Brown would make a “very good” Vice President. If one truly believes, as we do, that abortion is the taking of an innocent human life and is committed to the pro-life priorities of ending abortion after five months, and defunding the nation’s largest abortion business, Planned Parenthood, it would be a disaster to have a vice president who disagrees.

Unfortunately for the rest of us who are prolife, many Trump supporters seem impervious to this kind of persuasion.

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  • Patricia

    Who can know with certainty what lurks in the heart of man?
    Creator God is the only One Who knows our true selves.

  • AlecJ

    Its good to hear that pro life leaders have come together and made this statement. If there is one thing that Trump has made clear, its that he favors people on the base of a childlike perception of their feelings towards him.

    That is a recipe for disaster when selecting new Supreme Court justices, which the next President will surely do. Its bad enough that we seem to get completely fraudulent conservatives appointed by GOP Presidents, with a Trump Presidency, we are likely to get purposeful left wingers who happen to be Trump’s sister.

    Trump is a liar and a phony who could have made the same amount of money he brags about having, with conservative investments. He blew the deal of a lifetime in the “Television City” debacle, and he has stubby fingers.

    The man is all hat and no cattle. If it takes a Presidential term to prove it, we may lose the Supreme Court, and with it what is left of the founders vision of the country.

    Hopefully, the support for Trump in Iowa is like one of Trump’s speeches. Loud, obnoxious, and brash, but devoid of any real substance or depth.

    PS– Enjoyed hearing you on the Steven Crowder Show, Supes. You should do appearances like that more often.

  • MrNishida

    I know with certainty what evil lurks in the heart of man
    For I have seen that evil in my own heart.
    The price of redemption?
    To use that evil to defend good.

  • Patricia

    Define the last two lines please.

  • MrNishida

    I will try, but I will fail.
    It is something that can only be experienced, but never described. The human mind lacks the capability to describe God.
    We are imperfect beings- light and darkness at the same time. And yet, we are a part of Creation, therefore, a part of God. Separate, but at the same time, a part of. In order to try to answer your question, I have to explain my journey, for that provides the background to the answer.
    After a lifetime of practice, I am now in an almost constant state of meditation, even while working, and I only come out of it briefly when I am interacting with someone (like now). In my mind, I wander the Universe, while hearing music (orchestra/choral). It is a very peaceful thing.
    I knew this journey would eventually take me somewhere- but I had no idea where.
    When the moment of revelation came, it came without warning.
    I was at work, on an outside break area, at nighttime, by myself. I was meditating, while thinking about the horrible state of affairs both in this country and worldwide, sad about how good people are being persecuted and trampled on by a bunch of arrogant fools. The feeling of sadness was overwhelming.
    And then, with no warning-
    A feeling of infinite peace descended over me- a soothing feeling that everything happens for a reason, and that it will all work out in the end. Then I realized I was literally connected to the entire Universe, from the smallest particle to the largest galaxy, and to the Universal Consciousness itself- God. I was happy and shaken to my very core.
    No trumpets, no thundering voice, no angels. Just all of Creation, Knowledge, and God. The whole event lasted about a minute, and in that time Knowledge came into my mind. Some of it I figured out immediately, some of it will take the rest of my life to decipher and understand.
    For one thing, I no longer fear death. It is a friend who waits for me at the end of my earthly path, ready to show me the way home.
    Now my attempt to answer your question as best as I can… good and evil reside inside all of us, side by side. What people do not understand is that evil can be flipped, it can be used as a weapon for good. The evil inside you can provide the drive and strategies so that the good inside you can prevail against the evil around you. Whether evil controls you, or you control it and use it as a force for good, is up to you.

  • “And yet, we are a part of Creation, therefore, a part of God.”

    That’s where your logic broke down. God is unchanging so the things He creates must be separate from Him.

  • MrNishida

    “Separate, but at the same time, a part of.”
    “It is something that can only be experienced, but never described. The human mind lacks the capability to describe God.”

  • cryandhowl

    It’s looking like all the Trump bashing here at ol’ SOOPER’s site isn’t working. I seem to recall who just won New Hampshire. I also fail to see a bunch of gloating like after the Iowa caucus.
    Folks just might want to check out Trump’s site for a little information instead of falling for the lunacy here.
    https://www.donaldjtrump.com/

  • Kyle Lyles

    Trump claims he never has done anything that needs forgiveness. “He said it, it must be true” <—Trumptard reasoning

  • Kyle Lyles

    It’s a dump. #DumpTrump