Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Rick Scarborough in Bed With Topeka Whore?

Go on -- nominate this Brownbutt guy - Brownback - whoever. Same tired message, same tired old Rev. Rick Scarborough. Go Rick Go! M-O-R-O-N!

Brownback Says He Can Win Presidential Nomination in '08
Thursday, December 14, 2006
By: Rick Scarborough

Christians may have a champion in next Presidential election

Kansas Senator Sam Brownback, an ardent pro-lifer and long-time friend of Vision America, has filed papers for an exploratory committee to test the waters for a presidential campaign.

But in an interview with the Topeka Capital Journal, Brownback (who has served 12 years in the House and Senate) says he can win the GOP nomination, despite the higher-visibility candidates in the field. The Senator told the paper, "I think once the candidates’ positions are known on the various topics, I’m going to win this."

He may have been referring to the fact that the four frontrunners for the GOP nomination all have records on abortion that range from awful to open-to-doubt.

New York Governor George Pataki and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani both are pro-abortion. Senator John McCain says he’s pro-life, but wants taxpayers to finance embryonic stem-cell research (AKA: cloning-to-kill).

Outgoing Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney appears to be a recent convert to the pro-life cause. But many activists are skeptical, noting that, as a candidate for governor in 2002, Romney went out of his way to trumpet his support for "a woman’s right to choose."

Over the years, I’ve developed great affection and respect for Senator Brownback, who was the recipient of Vision America’s "National Hero of The Faith Award" in 2005, for his solid stands for faith and family and his defense of the unborn. In years past, this award has gone to such outstanding Americans as former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore, Congressman Walter Jones and former Attorney General John Ashcroft.

The Senator was scheduled to speak at Vision America’s "The War On Christians And The Values Voter in 2006" conference, but was prevented from doing so by last-minute Senate business.

As a 501-C-3, Vision America takes no position on candidates, other than to educate our members on their records and stands.

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