Sunday, March 8, 2009

Sarah Palin smears her lipstick, nominates pro-abort

Juneau, AK ( -- Sarah Palin fired up pro-life advocates during the presidential campaign and has a consistent pro-life record as the governor of Alaska. However, she is earning a black mark from some pro-life advocates who are upset she placed a former Planned Parenthood board member on the state Supreme Court. Palin, on Wednesday, named Anchorage Superior Court Judge Morgan Christen as the second woman to serve on the state's highest court. Christen's application made no mention of the fact that she is a former board member of Planned Parenthood and served the pro-abortion group in the mid 1990s. nowing that information, Jim Minnery, the director of the Alaska Family Council, a pro-life group, asked Palin officials to inform her and ask her not to name Christen to the court. Minnery says he is not upset with Palin and says the fault lies with the Judicial Council for sending her no candidates that his group could really get behind. He says Palin should have had the option of selecting the best person for the job rather than being limited to the choices the Council sent her. Full story at

There goes 2012 :(

1 comment:

Shane Vander Hart said...

Dixi - go over to my blog or Conservatives 4 Palin. You have to know the facts/background behind that appointment.

I thought the same thing as well, until I did some research.