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NARAL Issues a Pro-Abortion Report Card to the Nation

2-18-10 Posted by admin in Abortion, Blog, Featured Articles, Gallery, Recent Articles 0 Comments

By Brenda Steele

If you happen to live in the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, or Virginia give yourselves a pat on the back. You will be proud to know that your state received a grade of “F” on passing or promoting pro-abortion legislation according to NARAL’s nationwide report.

Nancy Keenan, NARAL’s president, not only applauds President Obama for staffing key positions in his administration with pro-choice advocates, but the report also pays homage to deceased abortionist, Dr. George Tiller, for “compassionately and heroically serving women from all across the country in order to ensure their right to reproductive health services.”

And Catholics, be proud, the NARAL report is dedicated to our own Teddy Kennedy who turned from the nonnegotiable teaching of the Church on the sanctity of life, to become a staunch supporter of abortion. I’ve always wondered what his mother, Rose, would have had to say about that.

So, while you would normally feel some real angst about any “bad” grade, consider your “F” (if you are lucky enough to live in one of the 19 states fighting and winning for pro-life legislation) to be a badge of honor. Now there are 15 “other” states who received “As” for promoting abortion measures. Read here to see if you live in one of those states.

Washington, DC ( The pro-abortion group NARAL has issued a new nationwide report grading the country and each state on its promotion of abortion. Since President Barack Obama took over the White House, NARAL says the nation’s pro-abortion grade has improved from a “D-” to a “D.”

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