The California Prolife Council, Sacramento’s branch of National Right to Life, has published a list of congressional and state legislative candidates to vote for, endorsement of presidential candidate, and a special recommendation on three state initiatives to vote against.
No surprise that the council has endorsed Donald Trump and Mike Pence for national office. The three initiatives picked for special opposition are 52, 55, and 56, supported by Planned Parenthood. “Each one of these initiatives increases the money that flows into the taxpayer subsidized abortion industry.”
The state assembly and senate candidates are marked with YES and NO. State senator Toni Atkins, former abortion clinic manager from San Diego, is marked NO-NO.
Any Catholic that votes pro-abortion candidates, is like a Jew that votes for Adolph Hitler! Traitors!
Good for them.
Though a little funny to hear them say, “No surprise [they] endorsed Donald Trump.”
While it should be no surprise since he is the clear Pro-Life Candidate, I know of (even seemingly intellectual) Catholics who can’t yet work this obvious out. [But I hope they wisen up by election day!]
Thank God for Trump!
Too bad that the DEM or REP was not put with each name.
Of course, here in California, every DEM is a hardened pro-abort.
Can anybody provide evidence that prop 56 tax money will be used to fund abortions? I have yet to find anything that suggests it will.
I had the same questions when I read the endorsements. They just made an assertion without explanation.
Very, very strange! Prop 52 is a tax on tobacco. You would think a “YES” vote help save lives! And Prop 56 helps poor people on Medi-Cal, to receive all much-needed medical services — again, a “YES” vote would help the poor in need of medical care! (Perhaps Medi-Cal covers abortions, which is a HORROR!!) But what about a poor person (or their baby, or child) making an emergency trip to the hospital, due to a sudden life-threatening illness or injury? Doesn’t that poor person— or their baby or child– deserve medical care?? Don’t pregnant poor mothers deserve good pre-natal and post-natal care, and medical care for their babies?? Must they be turned away, if they have no health insurance??
I am wondering, if Prop 56, for permanent Medi-Cal funding for poor patients, fails to succeed, what will happen, to young, poor, pregnant girls, in need of pre- and post-natal care, and care for their children? And what about needed emergency medical care, for mother and child? Will some of the mothers-to-be opt for abortions?? And what can pro-life clinics do, financially, to help??? Also, it would be good to have more tobacco taxes, and discourage young girls (especially pregnant girls!) from smoking! (Prop 52)
Many years ago, I worked part-time, at a pro-life agency. We were forbidden to even say one word, to any client who called or walked in the door, about the idea of a chaste life! Counseling for a client’s life, was totally taboo! Very frustrating, for me! Why not provide supportive, on-going help, or even support groups, for young people, for leading a good, chaste life?? One could only offer prayers, silently! It was all strictly about saving a baby’s life, and that is all! Well, after doing a pregnancy test, and it is positive– you must have good medical referrals, for the client, especially if they have no money, are scared, and considering abortion! Seeking Medi-Cal help, is one possibility, for poor mothers-to-be!
Perhaps the California Pro-Life Council can explain the three initiatives picked for special opposition, on the November ballot, a little better for us! I would like more information, about evil Planned Parenthood’s role with this!
Powerful Message on the side of bus. Take a Look!