As 2016 steadily approaches, many presidential candidates will start campaigning vigorously; but the question is, especially for those for whom this will be their first presidential vote, "Who is pro-life?" The protection of the unborn is an area we must not compromise. In order to grow closer to saving millions of lives, we must vote for those who will protect them. However, with the choices filled with wishy-washy politicians willing to abandon their ideals for a few votes, discovering who will stand for all forms of life is easier said than done.
" You know, the US Supreme Court on a recent case said that a man who committed rape could not be killed, could not be subject to the death penalty, yet the child conceived as a result of that rape could be. That to me sounds like a country that doesn't have its morals correct. That child did nothing wrong. That child is an innocent victim. To be victimized twice would be a horrible thing. It is an innocent human life. It is genetically human from the moment of conception. And it is a human life. And we in America should be big enough to try to surround ourselves and help women in those terrible situations who've been traumatized already. To put them through another trauma of an abortion I think is too much to ask. And so I would absolutely stand and say that one violence is enough."
"No right is more precious and fundamental than the right to life, and any just society should protect that right at every stage, from conception to natural death."
" Many of us turn a blind eye to the wanton slaughter of millions of helpless human babies who are much more sophisticated than some of the other creatures..."
These are just a few of the many politicians who support life. At the next election, it is imperative that a man or woman who staunchly believes in the sanctity of life becomes our next president; so before you vote make sure you view over the candidates stances and voting records.