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Letter: Roggensack is pro-life candidate

4:47 PM, Mar. 15, 2013  |  Comments
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During this Holy Season of Lent, there are several important issues to consider. One is the re-election of Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Patience Roggensack. Most of us do not know all the facts about the two candidates; we, therefore, must base our vote on certain other facts. I will base my vote on three things.

1. Roggensack has 10 years' experience on the court.

2. She is backed by the Wisconsin Right to Life, Pro-Life Wisconsin and Wisconsin Family Action.

3. Some of those who oppose her, back her opponent and write opinions in this journal that seem to follow some teachings of Karl Marx.

My wife and I are currently involved in the "40 Days For Life" prayerful protest of the Family Planning Health Service on North Division Street in Stevens Point. We pray for the election of a great Pope, the re-election of Patience Roggensack to the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the closure of FPHS.

To call FPHS a health service is like calling Al Capone's mafia a family planning health service. After all, as long as you purchased his brand of liquor, your family would stay healthy. FPHS assist women in killing their unborn babies so they can have a healthier lifestyle.

Scientists and biologists have confirmed that life begins at conception and is not fully developed until about 26 years of age.

The United States Supreme Court has legalized the killing of some innocent human beings and, through our vote, we must change that. We have the chance to do just that here in Wisconsin by voting for Patience Roggensack for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice on April 2.

Mary Jo Reed of Rosholt in another post tried to dilute the issue because of some idiot's sign saying: "If abortion was legal, Mary wouldn't have had Jesus." She then stated, "pro-choice does not mean pro-abortion." Mary Jo fails to mention pro-choice means having a legal right to murder an innocent human being.

We presumably have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but liberty and the pursuit of happiness are impossible without life.

Ray Raflik

Stevens Point

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