Jeb Bush Pro-Life Record Leaves Something to be Desired

Jeb Bush (Photo credit: Michael Vadon)

Jeb Bush (Photo credit: Michael Vadon)

DENVER, June 16, 2015 /Standard Newswire/ — “Our interactive Exceptions Calculator at the Jeb Bush pro-life profile estimates the number of Florida children killed during his term at 196,544, not against his wishes but with Jeb’s actual approval,” says American Right To Life research director Darrell Birkey. “Just as Roe v. Wade was written by a Republican justice and passed by a Republican majority, so too, as documented at our site, Republican presidents and candidates, by their own policies extrapolated nationwide, tragically support the killing of millions of children.”

“After decades of Republican justices keeping abortion legal,” says ARTL president Leslie Hanks, “now when we look at Jeb, the big picture is just as bad.” ARTL provides documentation online to support this summary:
–          Jeb Bush says he won’t lead the charge to overturn the constitution on abortion
–          He actually defends the killing of a child for the crime of her father
–          He supports laws that end with “and then you can kill the baby” even though they further entrench and improve the image of the abortion industry
–          He signed a child-killing regulation permitting businesses to kill children as long as they abide by modern health clinic standards
–          He consented to abortion as long as the babies were killed by some method other than partial birth abortion
–          He consented to parents killing their unborn children as long as they first waited for a couple days
–          He refused requests to use state lawmen to save Terri Schiavo’s life
–          He signed a child-killing regulation permitting minors to kill their unborn babies if they first notify the parents
–          Pro-choice Republican donors are currently financing Jeb Bush’s run for the presidency
“If during the campaign, as expected,” predicts Birkey, “Bush adopts the horrific states’ rights cop out popularized by libertarian Ron Paul, the exceptions calculator shows that the number of children that will be killed with his support will increase, as it did with John McCain, by millions of children dismembered.”
“Rather than campaigning for him,” says Hanks, “those who care about Jeb Bush should pray for his soul. For God didn’t care about all the fruit Eve did not eat; nor did He mention all the women David did not violate; nor list the children whom Herod did not kill. God looks at the exceptions.”

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  • Bob Enyart

    And here’s an item from

    Jeb signed a Roe-like Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act which consents to killing babies younger than 20 weeks and even then makes “exceptions” for rape and incest after 20 weeks.3 Just like Roe v. Wade, pain capable bills regulate the age at which a child can be killed. This shows them to be unconstitutional but, far more significantly, it shows them to be violations of God’s enduring command, Do not kill the innocent. By the law of unintended consequences, though well-intentioned, so-called “pain-capable” legislation can actually increase the number of unborn children killed. First, as explained at, legislation that makes abortion appear to be less inhumane improves the image of the abortion industry and can backfire and keep child killing legal for years or even decades longer than otherwise. And Secondly, a “pain-capable” law can increase the use of mechanical abortifacient IUDs and chemical abortifacients like RU-486 (mifepristone) and the routine use of the Morning After Pill. Lastly and so tragically, such legislation can wrongly communicate to millions of women that their babies may not feel pain if killed in the first five months of pregnancy.