December 3, 2011

Nancy Pelosi's Schizophrenic Conscience

Kelly Boggs, Baptist Press

It was not too long ago that some in the political arena claimed that individual character did not matter, especially in regard to leadership. Now at least one elected official is declaring disdain for individuals who seek to live according to the moral dictates of conscience.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi recently blasted lawmakers who voted in favor of the Protect Life Act by saying, "When the Republicans vote for this bill today, they will be voting to say that women can die on the floor and health-care providers do not have to intervene.... It's just appalling."

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