Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Grudem, Mohler, and Tada Support Roman Catholic Pro-Abortion Marc Rubio

Marc Rubio the Roman Catholic is pro-abortion via the abortion pill. So it begs the question, why would Evangelical leaders like Mohler, Grudem, and Joni Tada endorse him?

As World Magazine reported:

In a statement from the Rubio campaign, the longtime disabilities advocate, Christian author, and founder of the global ministry Joni and Friends, said, “American society, as with any nation, is judged on how it treats its weakest members, including the elderly, people with disabilities, and the unborn.On all issues relating to sanctity of life, Sen. Rubio is solidly committed to a compassionate social conservatism which lifts up the needy.”

I went to On The Issues that keeps tabs on how each candidate has voted or what they've said on record in regard to several issues. On abortion, Rubio is pro-abortion:

 I'll support any legislation that reduces the number of abortions.

Source: Meet the Press 2015 interviews of 2016 presidential hopefuls , Aug 9, 2015

Rubio would ban abortion after 20 weeks. Rubio co-sponsored a 2013 Senate bill to ban abortion after 20 weeks since fertilization, making exceptions for the life of the mother, rape or incest.
Source: PBS News Hour "2016 Candidate Stands" series , Apr 13, 2015

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As Pulpit and Pen reported Mohler's own words previously:

Concerning the availability of the Morning After Pill, Mohler said on April 24, 2009 that making it available over the counter is a “central obsession of the left, and it has infected many who would otherwise call themselves conservative.” It seems that Mohler is now lending his credibility to a presidential candidate who has caved to that central obsession of the left, and who has been infected by someone who would otherwise call himself conservative (source link).

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"On all issues relating to sanctity of life, Senator Rubio is solidly committed to a compassionate social conservatism which lifts up the needy," added Tada, who has been a quadriplegic for close to 50 years. "I strongly urge you to join me in supporting his campaign for U.S. president."
Oh the irony that their man is pro-abortion....

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