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Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Roberts supported "memorial for fetuses"

Panic time for the moonbats -- more clarification on John Roberts' abortion views has now come to light thanks to the recently released Reagan Library documents:

As a young lawyer in the Reagan White House, Supreme Court nominee John Roberts concluded that a group's memorial service for aborted fetuses was "an entirely appropriate means of calling attention to the abortion tragedy."

Roberts' wrote the advice in an October, 1985 memo after he was asked to review a proposed telegram from President Reagan to the memorial service promoted by the California Pro Life Medical Association.

"The president's position is that the fetuses were human beings, or at least cannot be proven not to have been, and accordingly a memorial service would seem an entirely appropriate means of calling attention to the abortion tragedy," wrote Roberts.


Oh my. "Abortion tragedy" isn't gonna set well with the libs, now is it?

The tar is just about the right temperature -- all they are waiting on now are the feathers (drat that UPS guy).