Monday, July 30, 2007

ANTI-CHOICE FANATICS SIZE UP THE GOP PRESIDENTIAL HOPEFULS LOOKING FOR THE ONE MOST LIKELY TO DO THE MOST HARM TO THE MOST PEOPLE

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Rudy, Thompson, Flip-Flop Mitt

The good news for the most extreme elements of the GOP-- all the candidates are committed to more extreme right wing ideologues for the Supreme Court of the Scalia-Thomas-Roberts-Alito genre-- regardless of the fact that Americans are becoming increasingly alarmed that the Court is seriously out of balance. They're worried though because Giuliani supports a woman's right to choice (as well as other social issues they find repugnant-- and most of the country finds perfectly fine). Today's NY Times examines the dilemma of the radical right fringe of the GOP, the fringe that has pretty much controlled the nominating process, especially in Iowa and South Carolina, but now faces a new-- unthinkable-- reality: "a convergence of forces, including the early primaries in moderate states like California, may have diminished the influence of the anti-abortion movement on the Republican nominating process."

Not that there is some far right dragon slayer they can all rally behind. Flip Flop Mitt is an untrustworthy cult member who changes his "values" more frequently than his underwear. And Republican lobbyist Fred Thompson follows the money; he gets behind whoever pays the most-- including, as a lobbyist-- pro-choice groups.
At the Republican straw poll in Iowa next month, abortion opponents will circulate a petition calling on the party to reassert its values, honor its platform and choose an anti-abortion nominee. “We have our eye on the goal,” said Kim Lehman, president of the Iowa Right to Life Committee, who said that the overwhelming majority of Iowa caucus-goers oppose abortion. “Our goal is to get a pro-life president, so we can be confident of his position on legislation and confident of his judges.”

Agreement ends there. One hysterical extremist, James Bopp of the National Right to Life Committee is on Team Romney, even though most Christians are aghast at the idea of a satanic cultist in the White House. The Southern Baptist Convention's Richard Land is behind Fred Thompson and Jimmy Dobson is pushing for Newt Gingrich. Another neo-fascist leader, Phylis Schafly is looking for the lesser of a lot of evils. Many Republican elected officials, feeling Giuliani's more moderate stand on choice makes him the only electable Republican, are less sticklers for ideological purity. Texas congressional wingnut Pete Sessions and Louisiana sex pervert David Diapers Vitter are heading up Giuliani's campaign in some of the more backward, less enlightened parts of the country.

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