Sunday, February 7, 2016

Protecting human life even if she doesn't have a birth certificate

Look at this guy, Republican Marco Rubio. Why can't we have a Canadian politician like this?

Rubio is unequivocally pro-life:
“I believe that every single human being is entitled to the protection of our laws, whether they can vote or not. Whether they can speak or not. Whether they can hire a lawyer or not. Whether they have a birth certificate or not. And I think future generations will look back at this history of our country and call us barbarians for murdering millions of babies who we never gave them a chance to live,” Rubio said during the debate. 
“What I have advocated is that we pass law in this country that says all human life at every stage of its development is worthy of protection,” the GOP presidential candidate continued. “In fact, I think that law already exists. It is called the Constitution of the United States." 
Rubio added that he does not specifically support rape or incest exceptions, saying that “[while] I think both of those instances are horrifying…I personally believe you do not correct one tragedy with a second tragedy.” 
“The value of life is timeless,” he responded. “Science has decided that it’s human life. ….Abolustely it has? What else can it be? It can’t turn into an animal. It can’t turn into a donkey.”
It's so refreshing to hear a politician who will speak out for pre-born children. Who won't let others silence him. Who isn't afraid to stand up and publicly call for their protection. Who has courage. Who doesn't bow to moral relativism. How wonderful.

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