Brown right choice on abortion

Brown right choice on abortion

There are 29 comments on the North Adams Transcript story from Jan 16, 2010, titled Brown right choice on abortion. In it, North Adams Transcript reports that:

The election on Jan. 19 will have a huge impact on the rights of unborn babies. If you support their right to live, or even if you have some reservations about how far abortion has gone, then consider the following when voting for our next United States senator: Despite both candidates calling themselves "pro-choice," there is a huge difference ...

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Brown Pro Abortion

Clockville, NY

#1 Jan 16, 2010
I wish that my fellow pro-lifers would quit writing these. Brown is pro-abortion, plain and simple.

There is no "common sense" when it comes to ending the life of the unborn.

Brown supports the killing of unborn life, but with a sugar coating of parental consent. What is wrong with you people who think this is the same as being pro-life?
yup

Albany, NY

#2 Jan 18, 2010
everyone is lying

i shall vote against Rush Limbaugh lovers
Lux et Veritas

Minneapolis, MN

#3 Jan 18, 2010
Brown Pro Abortion wrote:
I wish that my fellow pro-lifers would quit writing these. Brown is pro-abortion, plain and simple.
There is no "common sense" when it comes to ending the life of the unborn.
Brown supports the killing of unborn life, but with a sugar coating of parental consent. What is wrong with you people who think this is the same as being pro-life?
Scott Brown is fairly described as pro-choice, but he -- with 70+ percent of the American public -- opposes partial-birth abortion, favors parental consent, and opposes a big-government health care takeover that would bludgeon taxpayers into funding abortion. He also cosponsored a Women's Right to Know Act, which requires a woman to wait 24 hours before having an abortion and to review pictures and information detailing the developmental progress of her fetus.

In a 2007 op-ed article in the Quincy Patriot-Ledger, his radical pro-abort opponent Martha Coakley called a Supreme Court decision upholding a ban on late-term abortions "tragic."

In a debate between the two, Coakley tried to deny her pro-abort extremism:

"Yet we have a very real difference," Brown said, "and the difference is I'm against partial-birth abortion, you're not."

"That's not right," Coakley shot back.

"Martha", Brown said, "with all due respect, you wrote an editorial that anyone can go online and find where you actually criticized partial-birth abortion, the fact that it's in fact not allowed. And we also have have a difference in that I don't believe that federal funding of abortion should be allowed, and I believe in a very strong parental consent notification law."

There is a distinctly discernible difference between the two.
Lux et Veritas

Minneapolis, MN

#4 Jan 18, 2010
Ironic that Coakley's "I support partial birth abortion" 2007 editorial should have run in the Quincy Patriot-Ledger.

From the Let's Get Out While the Getting's Good Department:

James Sheets a six term Democratic mayor of Quincy today endorsed Scott Brown for United States Senator. He released the following statement via the Brown campaign:

"Despite being a lifelong member of the Democratic Party, I am endorsing Scott Brown for Senate, as I know he will always represent Massachusetts with an independent voice in Washington," Sheets said. "Martha Coakley has repeatedly stated she would cast the critical 60th vote for the current health care proposal that would slash Medicare funding by nearly half-a-trillion dollars and dramatically impact the care so many seniors rely upon in their final years. As our United States Senator, I am confident Scott Brown will only support legislation that will benefit his constituents, and this is why I will be voting for him on Tuesday."
M Breeyo

Clockville, NY

#5 Jan 18, 2010
Brown Pro Abortion wrote:
I wish that my fellow pro-lifers would quit writing these. Brown is pro-abortion, plain and simple.
There is no "common sense" when it comes to ending the life of the unborn.
Brown supports the killing of unborn life, but with a sugar coating of parental consent. What is wrong with you people who think this is the same as being pro-life?
waah waah, let's let the crabby old ladies and bible thumping idiots force women to ruin their lives because they think a microscopic speck of goo is a cute cuddly baby. ignorance like this needs to be defeated at all costs

“Mom of 2, for choice...”

Since: Jun 08

New Freedom, PA

#6 Jan 18, 2010
Brown Pro Abortion wrote:
I wish that my fellow pro-lifers would quit writing these. Brown is pro-abortion, plain and simple.
There is no "common sense" when it comes to ending the life of the unborn.
Brown supports the killing of unborn life, but with a sugar coating of parental consent. What is wrong with you people who think this is the same as being pro-life?
Nobody is pro abortion silly goose.
yup

Albany, NY

#7 Jan 19, 2010
republicans are worse than democrats

I voted against Rush Limbaugh and against Pat Robberson (spelled it right, him and his 700 club swindle)
Reality

United States

#8 Jan 19, 2010
yup wrote:
republicans are worse than democrats
I voted against Rush Limbaugh and against Pat Robberson (spelled it right, him and his 700 club swindle)
Wow - what a great arguement and that is exactly the reason why Scott Brown will be your next Senator.
actions over words

Granby, MA

#9 Jan 19, 2010
Brown Pro Abortion wrote:
I wish that my fellow pro-lifers would quit writing these. Brown is pro-abortion, plain and simple.
There is no "common sense" when it comes to ending the life of the unborn.
Brown supports the killing of unborn life, but with a sugar coating of parental consent. What is wrong with you people who think this is the same as being pro-life?
So who would you prefer? A senator who says he's prolife, like Harry Reid, who doesn't act that way? Someone like Coakley who is just outright pro-choice and says she'd vote that way? Or someone who says he is pro-choice, but is going to vote the way we want, pro-life, on the stuff that is likely to come up before him in congress? I'll take the actions over the words in this case.
yup

Albany, NY

#10 Jan 19, 2010
you spelled argument wrong.

Are you sniffing too much blue grass ?

As for who shall win, I really do not know.

I voted for Martha and gave the brown people a finger salute.
Reality

United States

#11 Jan 19, 2010
yup wrote:
you spelled argument wrong.
Are you sniffing too much blue grass ?
As for who shall win, I really do not know.
I voted for Martha and gave the brown people a finger salute.
Good luck Yup, but the fact that the Blue state of Massachusetts will be electing a Republican is testimony enough that President Obama and the Democrat Congress have FAILED MISERABLY. I continue to laugh that in one year alone, these lack of leadership Democrats have single-handedly revived a dead Republican Party. That in itself is the most telling sign of the horrible leadership currently in office. Just wait until 2010 and 2012 when these same Democrats have dug a hole even deeper for themselves. BRILLIANT.
And thanks for the correction. LOL
actions over words

Granby, MA

#12 Jan 19, 2010
yup wrote:
I voted for Martha and gave the brown people a finger salute.
Real classy.
Ephesians

Easthampton, MA

#13 Jan 19, 2010
M Breeyo wrote:
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waah waah, let's let the crabby old ladies and bible thumping idiots force women to ruin their lives because they think a microscopic speck of goo is a cute cuddly baby. ignorance like this needs to be defeated at all costs
"Let no one deceive you with empty arguments, for because of these things the wrath of God is coming upon the disobedient." - Ephesians 5:6
Clifford Spencer

Binghamton, NY

#14 Jan 19, 2010
Dear Sirs,
The way that the Constitution reads now is that no fetus is considered a US citizen.
Despite the phony proposed constitutional amendments, no one actually wants to open that Pandora's box!
Interestingly, the same ones that claim that they are appalled by abortions also claim to be appalled by homosexual marriages!
Such marriages are barren to begin with!
Was the moral tragedy in Eldorado,Texas that long ago?
Thank GOD Warren Jeffs is still behind bars.
The union between Baptists and Mormons makes for strange bedfellows.
Clifford Spencer
Clifford Spencer

Binghamton, NY

#15 Jan 19, 2010
Dear Sirs,
I am a retiree from the Department of Social Services.
I have an MA in Russian History from BU.
Martha Mumbles

Granby, MA

#16 Jan 19, 2010
Clifford Spencer wrote:
Dear Sirs,
The way that the Constitution reads now is that no fetus is considered a US citizen.
Funny how a non-citizen can be sucked from the womb as a "choice", but be considered murdered if the death is caused other than by an order from the mother.
Lux et Veritas

Minneapolis, MN

#17 Jan 19, 2010
actions over words wrote:
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Real classy.
And as feckless as the Coakley campaign was.

Senator Scott Brown. That phrase has a nice ring to it.

Thanks, overweening and overreaching pro-aborts, socialists, profligate spenders, and health "reform" fuhrers. Brown couldn't have done it without you.
taxed enough already

Granby, MA

#18 Jan 19, 2010
yup wrote:
I voted for Martha and gave the brown people a finger salute.
Looks like Massachusetts just gave the democrats the finger. LOL
yup

Albany, NY

#19 Jan 20, 2010
the low mentalities won
Lux et Veritas

Minneapolis, MN

#20 Jan 20, 2010
taxed enough already wrote:
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Looks like Massachusetts just gave the democrats the finger. LOL
And as Brutus said in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, "This was the most unkindest cut of all." The Kennedys' home town of Hyannis Port went red.

HYANNIS PORT - In this quiet seaside village where his family was rooted, Senator Edward M. Kennedy was a familiar figure, known by many residents as a friend and neighbor. But yesterday, Ted Kennedy’s hometown did not look or sound like a place deeply attached to the senator’s liberal legacy, with blue-and-red Scott Brown signs propped in shop windows and driveways, and many voters voicing an appetite for change.

“I’m voting for the opposite of Kennedy, because they’ve been there long enough,’’ Hyannis voter Bernice Latham said.“Maybe we’ll have a say, for a change.’’

Five months after the summer day when hundreds lined the streets to pay tribute to Kennedy, and a bagpiper played at foot of the Sagamore Bridge to mark his final journey off the Cape, the election day mood in Hyannis was anything but sentimental. Main Street business owners plastered Brown signs in their windows, passing pickup trucks boasting oversize Brown stickers, and many voters cited opposition to the federal health care plan - which Kennedy spent decades helping to build - as the key to their support for Brown.

http://www.boston.com/news/local/massachusett...

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