Guest Post: Karen Cross, National Right to Life
A Focus on Abortion in the 2014 Election

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Guest Post by Karen Cross, NRLC


A study in contrasts. Unlike, for example, the pro-abortion group EMILY's List, which is largely avoiding even mentioning the word "abortion," the Democrat Party is prominently focusing on the issue as its primary strategic challenge to many pro-life candidates.


This dichotomy would be fascinating in any case, but especially so given that the worn-out "war on women" meme is rapidly showing its age. The Democratic incumbent senator in Colorado, Mark Udall is so tunneled visioned on abortion and "reproductive health," that one reporter from a highly pro-abortion newspaper dubbed him Mark Uterus.

Ultimately, I believe it will hurt the pro-abortion, out-of-mainstream candidates so favored by media outlets, especially when the public finds out what the Democrat Party supports.


EMILY's List, Planned Parenthood, and NARAL Pro-Choice America are avoiding the "a" word like the plague in traditionally "red" states - especially EMILY's List. They are focusing on "fluff" issues, unrelated to abortion, and their candidates are pretty mum on the issue, too. I believe they "get it." They realize their extreme positions on abortion hurt their ability to win so they disguise it and sugarcoat their rhetoric.


The truth is all but a handful of congressional Democrats support legal abortion for any reason.


In addition to California ProLife's Voter Guides, the tools on the National Right to Life Political Action Committee website ( will help you determine which candidates support your values. You can download comparison flyers and share them with your pro-life friends and family. 


If you were to pop by the National Right to Life office right now, you would find that it has been quite busy -and it will continue to be so until about mid-November. We are working our hearts out because we know that abortion stops a beating heart. (Listen for our nationwide radio buy - coming soon to a city near you!)


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In fact, every day, more information is being provided. So use it. Then vote, because not to vote, is to vote. It's a decision to allow Obama's pro-abortion policies to continue unabated.

Samuel Adams, in 1781, said, "Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that [...] he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country."


Be accountable. Vote.


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