Did Lindsey Graham Just Draw a Line in the Sand on Abortion?

Is Senator Lindsey Graham giving Americans what they want, or trying to salvage stalled Republican midterm campaigns?

On September 13, Graham introduced federal law restricting abortion to under 15 weeks because babies feel the pain of abortion after that time.

Graham’s bill comes as many of his pro-life colleagues running in the midterms are withdrawing from the abortion debate. Meanwhile, abortion candidates double down on abortion as a winning strategy. Indeed, abortion groups regard the 2022 midterm election as the most important of their lives, with the power to either enshrine abortion as a right or outlaw it permanently.

So while abortion candidates believe they can win by talking about abortion, as Pat Ryan did, who is 19 all nine months pregnant.

This is the true abortion position of the Democratic Party, and it is extremely unpopular with the electorate. But they think hiding in plain sight with feigned moral outrage at the loss of a fabricated right will upset everyone. We’ll find out in November if conservative candidates don’t start humming the pro-life tune.


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According to a January Marist poll, 71 percent of Americans support some restrictions on abortion. Another poll found that 75 percent of 18- to 34-year-olds, who now make up a third of all voters, want some form of restrictions. Interestingly, 80 percent of them think states, not the federal government, should dictate their own restrictions.

Did Graham do the right thing by introducing his federal law restricting abortion? According to recent polls, the answer is yes and no. Yes, inasmuch as Americans oppose radical, unhindered, and unaccountable access to abortion. But no, because the bill doesn’t bring the debate any closer to House Rules.

Why did Graham do it?

It may be that Graham understands the pro-life candidates’ political suicide, withdrawing from a critical debate the public is so desperate to engage in. The bill plants a flag in the ground for pro-life voters to rally around, whose candidate for office is only connected to the pro-life movement but is now unwilling to talk about it. The spineless pro-lifers will have Graham to their credit if they are narrowly elected.

Do you support Graham’s bill?

Abortion politicians seem to understand that debates about moral issues trump gas prices. But pro-life politicians seem to think softening their image by talking about money will save their campaign.

Beliefs drive passion. And passion guides voices. Another way of saying is that money follows morality. In fact, a checkbook is a moral tool. People fund the causes they believe in. So you could say that an economy is a moral thermometer and a budget is a moral document that reflects the beliefs of those who create it.

Furthermore, economies do not exist apart from people. And to date, no one – not Marx, not Malthus, not even Joe Biden – has been able to create a sustainable economic model based on a stagnant or shrinking population base.

Politicians who promote population destruction through abortion and those who refuse to protect the next generation of citizens are brothers in the family of economic destruction. The Democratic pro-abortion bro is foolhardy while the Republican pro-life bro is a coward. Neither of them have a business running for office.

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