My good friend and CKW colleague Christopher Blosser kindly mentioned my daily coverage of the Republican National Convention on Times Against Humanity [scroll down]. As pro-life, pro-family readers who heard President Bush speak know, his most signficant affirmation was the following:
Because a caring society will value its weakest members, we must make a place for the unborn child. Because the union of a man and woman deserves an honored place in our society, I support the protection of marriage against activist judges. And I will continue to appoint federal judges who know the difference between personal opinion and the strict interpretation of the law.
As for the president's opponent, CINO Senator John Kerry, the Death Party's standard bearer was aptly described in these words:
My opponent recently announced that he is the candidate of "conservative values," which must have come as a surprise to a lot of his supporters. Now, there are some problems with this claim. If you say the heart and soul of America is found in Hollywood, I'm afraid you are not the candidate of conservative values. If you voted against the bipartisan Defense of Marriage Act, which President Clinton signed, you are not the candidate of conservative values.
Nor are you the candidate of Catholic values or, more important, Catholic moral doctrines, most especially, those defending the inviolability of innocent life and the sanctity of marriage, both of which are under relentless siege by an increasingly dominant Culture of Death.
Ongoing commentary by the editors of CatholicKerryWatch
Sen. John Kerry stands with Kate Michelman (right) President of NARAL Pro-Choice America.
Since 1995, Michelman's group has given Kerry a 100% rating for his voting record to defend abortion.