This link asks us to imagine strong pro-life women running for office:
Imagine a strong charismatic crunchy conservative pro-life woman with special needs baby running for for office. Now imagine that same woman with years of national and foreign policy experience. That is a very very scary thing to the pro-death left.
This article goes on to talk about Michele Bachmann, a strong, pro-life Republican in Minnesota.
At 13, Bachmann was forced to become almost financially independent after her parents divorced. She used her babysitting money to buy her own clothes and lunches at school and saved up enough to purchase her first pair of contact lenses. Between college semesters at Winona State University, she took her hardworking streak to Alaska where on one memorable day she cleaned 280 salmon.
In Canada, there’s no political alignment on the life issues: you can be left, you can be right. So I’ll imagine more and more strong right and left wing women rising up to assert why they are pro-life, while being the very best in their fields. Meanwhile, I’m glad to hear about women like Bachmann, Palin, Laura Ingraham…
Strong pro-life women are a very scary thing to the pro-abortion side. Not to belabour the point, but they should be worried. We’re not just coming. We’re already here.by