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Old Feb 27, '12, 10:28 am
juliee juliee is offline
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Default Planned Parenthood Prez Tells UAW: Re-Elect Barack Obama

Planned Parenthood Prez Tells UAW: Re-Elect Barack Obama

Detroit, MI -- At a rally with nearly 1,700 members and retirees of the United Auto Workers union, the president of the nation's biggest abortion business told participants that they need to re-elect pro-abortion President Barack Obama.

http://www.lifenews.com/2012/02/27/p...-barack-obama/
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Old Feb 27, '12, 10:40 am
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Default Re: Planned Parenthood Prez Tells UAW: Re-Elect Barack Obama

It is sad that labor unions get in bed with pro-abortion groups such as Planned Parenthood. Also sad if they endorse the loss of religious liberty put forth by the HHS mandate. Organized labor ought to be for free exercise of religion, not against it. And it ought to be for the most helpless human beings, not against them.
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Old Feb 27, '12, 11:08 am
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Default Re: Planned Parenthood Prez Tells UAW: Re-Elect Barack Obama

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Planned Parenthood Prez Tells UAW: Re-Elect Barack Obama

Detroit, MI -- At a rally with nearly 1,700 members and retirees of the United Auto Workers union, the president of the nation's biggest abortion business told participants that they need to re-elect pro-abortion President Barack Obama.

http://www.lifenews.com/2012/02/27/p...-barack-obama/
Let's pray not.
But, knowing nothing about Usa politics, what is the alternative?
Who is the best?
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Old Feb 27, '12, 11:10 am
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Default Re: Planned Parenthood Prez Tells UAW: Re-Elect Barack Obama

Anyone is better than the current White House occupant.

My dog is better.

We don't really have "the best," but we can do better over time, if we get the administration changed.
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Old Feb 27, '12, 12:15 pm
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Default Re: Planned Parenthood Prez Tells UAW: Re-Elect Barack Obama

No surprise. Barack and Michelle and Planned Parenthood are all in each others pockets.
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Old Feb 27, '12, 12:31 pm
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Default Re: Planned Parenthood Prez Tells UAW: Re-Elect Barack Obama

As is, fundamentally, the Democratic Party.
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