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OK. Several points I am not hearing about the issues of this election.

  1. These so-called "pro-life" anti-women groups are represented by men, by families, who are well aware that if THEIR daughter, wife, sister, were faced with an unwanted pregnancy, they can easily fly them to Europe or to SE Asia and get the problem "fixed" in under 48 hours. Taiwan, for instance is low-cost medical and no moral conflict service for abortions
        Anti-abortion laws will apply only to those who can't afford the cost of a round trip to another continent.

  2. When are we going to see video of the church services attended by Mitt Romney? I am curious, as are others, to see what actually goes on in a Mormon service, especially one recorded before R-money started running for president. They have films of their heavenly rewards, I think we all have a right to watch them, as many church's are non-profits.
    This is a reasonable request, as it is exactly what happened to Obama's church.

  3. Obviously, I am concerned that Romney has yet to deny he is secretly a Moslem, or terrorist, or pediphile, or taxpayer; I hope someone asks him.
     His father's birth in another country, Mexico, certainly raises the issue of Mitt's allegiance to America; is he beholden to the Cartels? It is difficult to see how a Mexican born man or his children could ever truly embrace this country's values.

  4. Ironically, Congressman Aiken's idiotic remarks were actually more progressive that the Republican platform, as he did allow that some pregnancies may be inappropriate (though self-eliminating).

  5. What about non-profit religious institutions? Is anyone going after their illegal participation in the campaigning and election process?  

 

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