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Ross Douthat: Not Backing Down

Today, regarding Kmiec (et al.):

But to claim that a candidate who seems primed to begin disbursing taxpayer dollars in support of abortion and embryo-destructive research as soon as he enters the White House somehow represented the better choice for anti-abortion Americans on anti-abortion grounds is an argument that deserves to met, not with engagement, but with contempt.

He echoes my weekend frustration.

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Chris Burgwald

You da man!

5 Comments

  1. Good post, although his analogy would have been a little cleaner if instead of Lieberman (who really does share hawkishness with McCain, and as to whom one has to imagine that he would otherwise disagree with McCain), Douthat had directly analogized to someone who really has been known for little else than being an anti-war activist. Say Cindy Sheehan.

  2. Did you read the comments after the article. The more I read the more concerned I am that over the next several years there will be a lot of efforts expended to make political speech costly ala the Canadian experience. Costly that is for those who don’t follow the liberal agenda.

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