WASHINGTON, October 18, 2004 ( – US President George W. Bush, in a radio address Saturday, renewed his commitment to the pro-life life and traditional marriage cause, in anticipation of the November 2 presidential elections.

“In this time of change, some things do not change,” he said. “Those are the values we try to live by—courage and compassion, reverence and integrity. I stand for a culture of life in which every person matters and every being counts. I stand for marriage and family, which are the foundations of our society. I stand for the appointment of federal judges who know the difference between personal opinion and the strict interpretation of the law.”  While highlighting his own pro-life activities, President Bush reminded voters of the abominable pro-abortion record of his opponent, Senator John F. Kerry: “My opponent has voted against sensible bipartisan measures, like parental notification laws. He voted against the ban on partial birth abortion.”  Also attacking Kerry for his views on traditional marriage, the president again reiterated that “My opponent says he supports the institution of marriage, but he voted against the Defense of Marriage Act, which Congress passed by an overwhelming majority and my predecessor signed into law.”  Read the address at:



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