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    Tag: Michigan Right To Life

    Michigan Right to Life Endorses Fred Upton

    By Conservative First, Section News
    Posted on Mon Jun 18, 2012 at 07:11:24 PM EST
    Tags: Fred Upton, Jack Hoogendyk, Michigan Right to Life (all tags)

    For the first of the 14 times that Fred Upton has run for Congress, he has been endorsed by Michigan Right to Life.  Just two years ago, in 2010, MRTL endorsed former state rep. Jack Hoogendyk.  They also endorsed Dale Shugars over Upton in 2002.

    Upton has claimed to be pro-life in the past, but has not filled out their survey.  So why didn't MRTL endorse Upton before?  Well, there are these votes, whose descriptions come from the American Conservative Union.

    (4 comments, 1033 words in story) Full Story

    Michigan Right To Life Ad Makes The Stakes Very Clear.

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Tue Jul 27, 2010 at 10:42:08 AM EST
    Tags: Mike Cox, Rick Snyder, Governors Race, Michigan Right To Life, Pete Hoekstra, Mike Bouchard, Dividing the Vote, Republicans, Democrats, RTL, Endorsements (all tags)

    As you know, I am a supporter of Mike Cox for governor.  Why I am is based on a number of issues, but as previously mentioned a primary one is his ability to stand on an issue as a matter of principle, no matter the initial popularity of it.  We are a better state for his involvement in issues such as race, public safety, over reaching insurance non profits, and to be sure, one that is close to many hearts.. the right to life.

    So I was pleased to hear a really great radio ad the other day by the Michigan Right To Life PAC.

    The Michigan Right To Life PAC explains why it has selected only ONE candidate to endorse, why that candidate is Mike Cox.  As an aside, it is interesting to contrast the explanation provided by RTL of MI to that of the NRA when it provides cover for its endorsements. (Of course I use the word 'cover' to describe NRA endorsements, because they often shoot themselves by hawking BAD legislators and politicos with a unique single mindedness)  The Right To Life Pac in its ad, actually uses its weight to suggest people consider the alternate outcome that could result which is quite contrary to their goals.  But not in this case from the election of a 'typical' supporter of abortion on demand usually sponsored by the Democrat party..

    read on..

    (17 comments, 1174 words in story) Full Story

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