Catholic Tim Kaine insane on abortion

Hillary Clinton has picked Virginia senator Tim Kaine as her V.P.  Much is being made of the fact that he speaks Spanish and is Catholic and used his Spanish while a Catholic missionary.

Kaine has said he is "personally opposed to abortion" but respects a woman's right to end the pregnancy.

Kaine is the latest Catholic politician to follow the tortured logic of Mario Cuomo to justify abortion when you know it is wrong, according both to your faith and to logic.

Cuomo's "logic" has been followed by Pelosi, Kennedy, Biden, Ferraro, and others.  The only exception was Governor Bob Casey, of Pennsylvania, who was barred by the Clintons from speaking at the 1992 convention because of his opposition to abortion.  In fact, the current Supreme Court law on abortion is Planned Parenthood v. Casey, where the Court, with Justice O'Connor, upheld  the "right" to abortion.

I am Catholic and not picking on Catholics.  I expected more  intellectual honesty from Cuomo and now Kaine, who sell their religious and intellectual beliefs to get ahead as Democrat politicians.

You do not have to be Catholic, Jewish, or any Christian denomination to know that abortion is the killing of an unborn child, although the religions do make it clear that the unborn child must be protected.

There is no question that the unborn child is a  person.  If allowed to grow, he does not change into some other species.  He is a person, plain and simple, and there are only so many ways to say this.

Most states prohibit the killing of an unborn child by their homicide statutes, with the exception of abortion.  Thus, it is crime to intentionally, recklessly, or negligently kill a child.  If you kill a pregnant woman, and the unborn child also dies, then you will be charged with two homicides.

Pennsylvania law defines an unborn child for purposes of the homicide statutes as follows:

"Unborn child" and "fetus."  Each term shall mean an individual organism of the species homo sapiens from fertilization until live birth.

In plain language,  the abortionist and mother and father may kill the unborn, but if anyone else does, then it is criminal homicide.

Now, Kaine is a smart guy, and he knows that it is wrong to kill the unborn child.  But like the rest of the politicians he says the mother has the right to kill the child, and he respects her right.

How do you reconcile knowing that it is wrong to kill an unborn child, who is totally helpless and dependent on the mother, and then saying you respect the "right" of the mother to kill the unborn, helpless child, who is totally dependent on the mother making the choice to kill?

Hillary Clinton has picked Virginia senator Tim Kaine as her V.P.  Much is being made of the fact that he speaks Spanish and is Catholic and used his Spanish while a Catholic missionary.

Kaine has said he is "personally opposed to abortion" but respects a woman's right to end the pregnancy.

Kaine is the latest Catholic politician to follow the tortured logic of Mario Cuomo to justify abortion when you know it is wrong, according both to your faith and to logic.

Cuomo's "logic" has been followed by Pelosi, Kennedy, Biden, Ferraro, and others.  The only exception was Governor Bob Casey, of Pennsylvania, who was barred by the Clintons from speaking at the 1992 convention because of his opposition to abortion.  In fact, the current Supreme Court law on abortion is Planned Parenthood v. Casey, where the Court, with Justice O'Connor, upheld  the "right" to abortion.

I am Catholic and not picking on Catholics.  I expected more  intellectual honesty from Cuomo and now Kaine, who sell their religious and intellectual beliefs to get ahead as Democrat politicians.

You do not have to be Catholic, Jewish, or any Christian denomination to know that abortion is the killing of an unborn child, although the religions do make it clear that the unborn child must be protected.

There is no question that the unborn child is a  person.  If allowed to grow, he does not change into some other species.  He is a person, plain and simple, and there are only so many ways to say this.

Most states prohibit the killing of an unborn child by their homicide statutes, with the exception of abortion.  Thus, it is crime to intentionally, recklessly, or negligently kill a child.  If you kill a pregnant woman, and the unborn child also dies, then you will be charged with two homicides.

Pennsylvania law defines an unborn child for purposes of the homicide statutes as follows:

"Unborn child" and "fetus."  Each term shall mean an individual organism of the species homo sapiens from fertilization until live birth.

In plain language,  the abortionist and mother and father may kill the unborn, but if anyone else does, then it is criminal homicide.

Now, Kaine is a smart guy, and he knows that it is wrong to kill the unborn child.  But like the rest of the politicians he says the mother has the right to kill the child, and he respects her right.

How do you reconcile knowing that it is wrong to kill an unborn child, who is totally helpless and dependent on the mother, and then saying you respect the "right" of the mother to kill the unborn, helpless child, who is totally dependent on the mother making the choice to kill?