October 19, 2018
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As if there weren’t enough issues to mobilize voters on both sides in the upcoming election, Thursday’s news brought two more.

For Republicans, a vast caravan of Central Americans, up to 4,000 strong, is heading northward with the intention of crossing the US border illegally.  President Trump is threatening to send the military and close the border if Mexico doesn’t stop the caravan.  Trump says this is the result of Democrats stonewalling (ironically) all his efforts to impose control on America’s borders, and their intention to impose open borders, abolish ICE and repeal immigration laws if they are elected.

https://www.westernjournal.com/trump-threatens-send-military-close-southern-border-face-massive-migrant-caravan/

On the other side, Indiana petitioned the Supreme Court to hear an appeal of a ruling that struck down the state’s limits on abortion as unconstitutional.  The law, signed by then-Gov. Mike Pence in 2012, banned selective abortions based on sex, race or ability of the unborn child. Democrats who were willing to do anything – and when they said “anything,” they meant ANYTHING – to stop Brett Kavanaugh from being confirmed out of fear that he would support the weakening of Roe v. Wade and abortion supporters will certainly be trumpeting this story to scare their voters to the polls.  

https://www.westernjournal.com/supreme-court-considers-taking-abortion-case-potential-bellwether-roe-v-wade/

So the choice is clear: if you want the borders to be secure and existing immigration laws passed by bipartisan Congressional votes to be enforced, vote Republican. If you want to allow the unfettered killing of children in the womb because of their race, gender or disability, vote Democrat.   

Wow, when you put it that way, the choice really IS clear! 

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  • Novarese

    10/19/2018 10:52 PM

    Policies put in place regarding “right to life” are often contradictory. Does it make sense a life that has not yet had a chance to thrive, can end so quickly while at the end of a life, you cannot make a choice about “dieing with dignity.” Further, the issue is not about choice, it is about viability,, why don’t we turn our efforts to help the countless couples who wish to adopt, the avenue to do so without so many obstacles?

  • Timothy Bullock

    10/19/2018 04:13 PM

    Prior to the Trade War, I would have said: "Let the Hispanics in. They are great employees and we need the workers." Now, I vote to turn them back. The jobs are gone. Lifelong Republican.

October 19, 2018
|

As if there weren’t enough issues to mobilize voters on both sides in the upcoming election, Thursday’s news brought two more.

For Republicans, a vast caravan of Central Americans, up to 4,000 strong, is heading northward with the intention of crossing the US border illegally.  President Trump is threatening to send the military and close the border if Mexico doesn’t stop the caravan.  Trump says this is the result of Democrats stonewalling (ironically) all his efforts to impose control on America’s borders, and their intention to impose open borders, abolish ICE and repeal immigration laws if they are elected.

https://www.westernjournal.com/trump-threatens-send-military-close-southern-border-face-massive-migrant-caravan/

On the other side, Indiana petitioned the Supreme Court to hear an appeal of a ruling that struck down the state’s limits on abortion as unconstitutional.  The law, signed by then-Gov. Mike Pence in 2012, banned selective abortions based on sex, race or ability of the unborn child. Democrats who were willing to do anything – and when they said “anything,” they meant ANYTHING – to stop Brett Kavanaugh from being confirmed out of fear that he would support the weakening of Roe v. Wade and abortion supporters will certainly be trumpeting this story to scare their voters to the polls.  

https://www.westernjournal.com/supreme-court-considers-taking-abortion-case-potential-bellwether-roe-v-wade/

So the choice is clear: if you want the borders to be secure and existing immigration laws passed by bipartisan Congressional votes to be enforced, vote Republican. If you want to allow the unfettered killing of children in the womb because of their race, gender or disability, vote Democrat.   

Wow, when you put it that way, the choice really IS clear! 

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  • Novarese

    10/19/2018 10:52 PM

    Policies put in place regarding “right to life” are often contradictory. Does it make sense a life that has not yet had a chance to thrive, can end so quickly while at the end of a life, you cannot make a choice about “dieing with dignity.” Further, the issue is not about choice, it is about viability,, why don’t we turn our efforts to help the countless couples who wish to adopt, the avenue to do so without so many obstacles?

  • Timothy Bullock

    10/19/2018 04:13 PM

    Prior to the Trade War, I would have said: "Let the Hispanics in. They are great employees and we need the workers." Now, I vote to turn them back. The jobs are gone. Lifelong Republican.