-- Tom Hoefling, January 5, 2013
"Not only will we fight to remove every single politician from office who attacks our God-given, unalienable, equal rights to life and liberty, including our right to keep and bear arms, we will also oppose every craven, cowardly politician who remains silent in the face of this encroaching anti-God, anti-American, anti-life, anti-liberty tyranny. Speak now or get out of the way and go home."
-- Tom Hoefling, January 5, 2013
Students for Tom Hoefling
The 2012 presidential race includes precisely one Tier One pro-life leader: Tom Hoefling.
No other candidate has demonstrated the dedication and commitment to preserving life for the most helpless among us. Hoefling is a signer and the primary author of the Equal Protection for Posterity Resolution, a principled defense of life, and has spent his career fighting for life, from conception to natural death - unfortunately, more than can be said for any other presidential candidate in the race.
If every life is not respected then no life is respected. On this most vital of issues Tom Hoefling has taken a position that truly sets him apart from the pack. A candidate must be dedicated to protecting innocent life, and here Hoefling not only passes, he does so with flying colors.
For a new birth of freedom!
"Either life is always and in all circumstances sacred, or intrinsically of no account; it is inconceivable that it should be in some cases the one, and in some the other."
-- Malcolm Muggeridge
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
Mitt Romney: Judicial supremacist, anti-republican, pro-choice, democrat.
Here's the proof.
*Excerpted from May 1, 2012 America's Summit, Restore the Republic call
I wrote the following in response to an Orange County Register piece that was posted at FreeRepublic.com, and it bears repeating here:
Not a single sitting justice of the Supreme Court recognizes the personhood of the child in the womb and their protection by the explicit, imperative requirements of the Fifth and the Fourteenth Amendments.
"No person shall be deprived of life without due process of law." "No State shall deprive any person of life without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
Not even one of the majority of the justices who were picked by Republican presidents, members of a party whose platform HAS recognized the personhood of the chld and their protection by our Constitution for the last 28 years.
So, what do you think are the chances that a "president Romney" (it makes me sick just typing that) would pick a judge who is more conservative than Thomas or Scalia?
I say the chances of that are for all intents and purposes ZERO.
Especially since Mitt Romney himself is a pro-choice democrat. He thinks God-given rights can be decided by a majority vote.
He thinks courts make our laws, and that only they get to decide what is constitutional. In other words, he supports the abortion on demand status quo, the destruction of the checks and balances that make our form of government possible, and the erasure of the legitimate lines of authority granted to the various branches and departments of our government.
He thinks states can alienate unalienable rights if they want. A Stephen A. Douglas Democrat position if there ever was one.
In other words, even in this shape-shifter’s current incarnation, his views are anti-republican.
No matter how you cut it, Obama or Romney, all the babies continue to die, and so does the republic whose founding premise was the equal protection of the rights of all.
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men..."
Frankly, at this point in history, all the Romney Republican fear-mongering about judges does is disgust and anger me.