Wyoming Right-To-Life Endorses Senator Fred ThompsonÂ
Endorsement Comes Day After IowaÂ
Group’s Endorsement Highlights That There’s a Long Way to Go Yet
Encouraging news the day after Iowa should remind the Thompson campaign that many grassroots organizations are just now thinking politics.
Today Fred Thompson announced the endorsement of Right to Life of Wyoming.
“We’re proud to endorse Senator Thompson for president because he has a long track record of supporting pro-life principles,” stated Steven Ertelt, President of Right to Life of Wyoming.
“Senator Thompson had a 100% pro-life voting record during his tenure in Congress. Today, he supports overturning the Roe v Wade decision which allowed for unlimited abortions, he opposes euthanasia, and he opposes forcing taxpayers to fund scientific research that requires the destruction of human life.”
Right to Life of Wyoming (RTLW) is the state affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee which has endorsed Senator Thompson for President, along with 13 other state affiliates.
“I’m blessed and honored to have the endorsement of the Right to Life of Wyoming for President of the United States,” said Senator Thompson. “Thirteen right to life organizations from coast to coast have voted to endorse my candidacy, and more likely will, because they know I have stood with them yesterday, I stand with them today, and will stand with them tomorrow.
“They know I have the ability to win this election. They know I believe in the sanctity of life and as President I will do all that I can do to protect life.”
As a campaign spokesman declared, “Fred Thompson is pro-life. He believes in the sanctity of human life and that every life is worthy of respect.”
As stated by the Wyoming RTL chair, Erteld, Thompson’s had a 100% pro-life voting record in the Senate and believes Roe v. Wade was a bad decision that ought to be overturned.
How well did theÂ Thompson campaign do in Iowa? Other candidates had organizations set up in the Hawkeye State for over a year. It’s only been 4 months since Thompson announced his candidacy.
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