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National Right to Life: Huckabee has “Strongest Pro-Life Position” Among Candidates

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WASHINGTON, January 28, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The following statement has been issued by the National Right to Life PAC, the nation’s largest pro-life political action committee:

National Right to Life PAC urges all pro-life Americans to do what is necessary to see that a pro-life president is elected in 2008. National Right to Life PAC does not want any of the pro-abortion Democratic candidates - Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, or John Edwards - elected president.  Nor does National Right to Life PAC want Rudy Giuliani to become the Republican nominee for president.

National Right to Life is grateful for the strong pro-life record established by Mike Huckabee as governor of Arkansas, and recognizes that Governor Huckabee has taken the strongest pro-life position on all of the life issues of any of the remaining candidates for president.

National Right to Life is also grateful for the strong pro-life voting record on abortion of Senator John McCain, and appreciates the pro-life position he has taken in his Senate campaigns and in this presidential campaign.

National Right to Life also appreciates the pro-life position taken in this presidential campaign by former governor Mitt Romney.

National Right to Life urges pro-lifers in the individual states to do what is best in their particular state primary to help see that the Republican Party nominates a pro-life candidate.

National Right to Life will always be grateful for the strong pro-life record on all of the life issues Fred Thompson established as a U.S. senator, and for the strong pro-life position he has taken throughout his political career. Fred Thompson conducted his campaign with integrity and honor, and we know that America will be well served by him in any future public role he is called upon to fill.

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