Fitzgerald & Neuhardt: DEADLY for Ohio’s Unborn

Is there ‘social justice’ when at least 26,000 unborn Ohioans are murdered every year in abortion facilities? Will workers be able TO work? Will your Constitutional freedoms be protected?  NOT with Ed Fitzgerald and Sharen Neuhardt.

Every PROABORTION Democrat in Ohio is backing Ed and Sharen. I suppose it’s because they’re still smarting over the prolife legislation signed in the state budget last summer.

Ms. Neuhardt can’t find a job in the political arena…she ran for Congress against Republicans Steve Austria [2008] and Mike Turner [2012] and FAILED miserably. And since she can’t seem to get a real political job, she attacks the rights of the unborn to keep her foot in the door. Always the bridesmaid?

“I am pro-choice and always have been. I use the phrase ‘abortion should remain legal, safe and rare,” [read]. Did you catch that? The rhetoric was always ‘safe, legal and rare’ and now ‘legal’ is paramount. That’s called an ABORTION AGENDA rather than women’s health. Neuhardt was on the Board with  Planned Parenthood locally and after Cecile, CEO of PP, said that ‘For me, life began when I delivered them‘, I am quite concerned with Neuhardt’s opinion of what and when LIFE is.

Ms. Neuhardt, if you really care about women’s health, then perhaps you should consider actually helping women with the number one killer of women: Heart Disease. Having unintended children does not kill women, but abortion kills unborn women-to-be.

Time and time again, voters in Ohio spoke: NO RABID LIBERALS. So now she’s riding the coattail of an unknown who is running against a very successful governor that took Ohio out of the dark ages, or the Ted Strickland years.

Here are the facts:

Is Fitzgerald/Neuhardt good for Ohio? Not if you are unborn, unemployed or a Christian. Your fought-for Constitutional rights will be taken to task with gay/lgbt agendas, the abortion agenda and taking away your right to work.

Ms. Neuhardt and Mr. Fitzgerald, cream isn’t the only thing that rises to the top.

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