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Kristin
Kristin

Juan McLame has basically been a Democrat for quite some time. And being a pro-life candidate encompasses a lot more than promising to appoint judges like Roberts & Alito. (By the way, didn't he vote to confirm Justice Ginsberg??) Consider this sign, too: he was endorsed by The New York Times. Enough said.

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Why would I trust this guy to appoint good judges?

"Our first choice, Rudy Giuliani, did not win.  He ran a campaign with a risky strategy and it didn't work.  But our number two choice did win...John McCain. McCain came in second in a survey of our membership. 

While he is personally "pro life" he has time and again reached out and worked with people across the spectrum.  We know we can work with him to create common ground that will allow moderates and conservatives to come together to rebuild the GOP.   

RFC joins with Rudy Giuliani in asking our supporters to consider McCain as they go to vote over the next few weeks. 

John is a true American hero with strong and consistent values.  He will provide the leadership that will rebuild America's confidence in itself and among our allies worldwide. "

- Republicans for "Choice "

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  • Rachel February 7, 2008, 8:25 am

    Ouch.

  • Kristin February 7, 2008, 7:56 pm

    Juan McLame has basically been a Democrat for quite some time. And being a pro-life candidate encompasses a lot more than promising to appoint judges like Roberts & Alito. (By the way, didn’t he vote to confirm Justice Ginsberg??) Consider this sign, too: he was endorsed by The New York Times. Enough said.

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