Pro-life The most important issue by Jeffrey Miller February 7, 2008 written by Jeffrey Miller February 7, 2008 I use to respect pro-life Democrat Ray Flynn, not anymore. 10 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post This book won't be going on my Amazon wish list next post I Love stories like this You may also like Catholic College Blasted for Honoring Rudy Giuliani May 17, 2005 Howard Dean reaching out February 24, 2005 Giving honors April 10, 2008 Laura Ingraham February 6, 2005 Fox vs. Fox October 29, 2006 Callously enabling the destruction of innocent human life November 1, 2012 Probably won't be located next to a store... May 22, 2006 Catholic sanctions 'a non-issue' locally May 2, 2004 Second Look Project January 24, 2005 Some Pro-Life News November 5, 2003 10 comments Father February 7, 2008 - 9:41 pm WELL… I actually am pondering the option of voting for Hillary in the Wisconsin Primary on Feb 19th – especially if McCain has things all sewn up by then. Why? Because she is so much less “electable” than Obama. He would get record turnouts in many states. She wouldn’t (besides those who turn out to vote against her). My only qualm about doing so is that, if the strategy were to backfire & Hillary actually won the general election, THEN I’d feel awful. Paul, Just This Guy, You Know? February 7, 2008 - 10:15 pm If he were respectable, Jeff, he wouldn’t be a Democrat. Mary February 7, 2008 - 11:26 pm Wow, that’s disappointing. I guess he did technically have to vote for a democrat since he’s democrat, but still, a pro-abortion like Hillary, truly disappointing. carlos February 8, 2008 - 7:02 am I think it’s rather odd that Ray Flynn remains a Democrat. I’ve been eligible to vote for 14 years and can proudly say I’ve NEVER voted for a Dem because that party is in love with the mythical “right” to abortion. I know that there are some pro-life Democratic groups out there, but they’ve NEVER challenged a pro-abortion Democrat in a primary and unseated him precisely because of his pro-abortion views. The same cannot be said about pro-life Republicans; in 2006, pro-lifer Tim Walberg defeated pro-abortion Republican Joe Schwarz. Phoebe February 8, 2008 - 9:06 am Well, at least he was accurate in citing Hell as the source of his rationale that he’d vote for anyone who gave him a job. (Sigh.) . joanne February 8, 2008 - 2:29 pm Don’t you think there must be more context that we’re not seeing? I can’t imagine a pro-lifer saying that SERIOUSLY. JMD February 8, 2008 - 4:30 pm I commented on this here: http://wardrinkandthechurch.blogspot.com/2008/02/ambassador-flynn-gentleman.html Andy K. February 8, 2008 - 5:37 pm This is a primary election, not the general one. I see no big deal here. One commenter has mentioned that he may still be a registered Dem. Another suggested that he may have voted for Hilary so as to have her lose. Regardless, this is a primary election, not the general one. Kelly Clark February 8, 2008 - 10:11 pm Regardless, this is a primary election, not the general one. Andy, If Clinton doesn’t win, evidently Ambassador Flynn will support Obama. From the Herald article: If, in the end, loyalty is not enough to propel his candidate to the Democratic nomination, Flynn said he would have no trouble supporting Barack Obama. Weve got to get back to old-fashioned politics, Flynn said, when people tried to get past their differences and work with each other. Its time. The country cant take anymore of whats been happening these past eight years. Democrats are in a good place this year. The country needs someone wholl listen to their heart and trust their feelings and value old-school things like loyalty Andy K. February 10, 2008 - 9:19 pm Dear Kelli, That part of the Herald is the more important part than the “I voted for Hillary Clinton in the primary” part. Comments are closed.