Three Gubernatorial Candidates Vow to Nullify Abortion Laws

Christian Gallery News Service, August 30, 2007) A new strategy to abolish legalized abortion is being revealed this election season. Three candidates for Governor in three different States all have the same strategy. They will interpose their States between babies slated for unjust death in abortion and the federal government authorizing such injustice. To stop abortions in their States they will order State Police officers or State Militia officers under direct command of the Governor to be stationed in front of abortion clinics or other places that threaten to perform abortions and arrest anyone who tries to participate in committing abortions in their States. In effect their actions would nullify the evil abortion laws created by the Supreme Court of the United States of America.

MEET THE CANDIDATES

Pastor Butch Paugh, the Constitution Party Candidate for Governor in West Virginia.

Pro-Life (His name is legally Pro-Life, having changed it from from Marvin Richardson to Pro-Life to demonstrate his commitment to abolishing legalized abortion. Lest you think he’s not willing to consider the sensibilities of others, he almost changed his name to No-More-Dead-Babies).

The Independent Candidate for Governor in Idaho

Neal Horsley, The Creator’s Rights Party Candidate for Governor in Georgia.

In order to understand our present political context, it is necessary to see that we live in a time almost exactly like the time before the American Civil War, a time when a Supreme Court decision had made Civil War almost a foregone conclusion. To see the times as mirror images of each other, we need to compare the Supreme Court’s pre-Civil War Dred Scott decision with the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision.

There is no one better to define such a comparison that Louise Weinberg, who occupies the William B. Bates Chair for the Administration of Justice at the University of Texas. She has made her career by focusing on the effects of the Supreme Court’s Dred Scott decision in history and the American people. Listen to her explain the context, “The Civil War was the greatest calamity that ever befell this country. To be sure, slavery was abolished, the treasure of the Civil War Amendments was bequeathed to us, and the Union was preserved. Those are grand things. But the sacrifice of American youth—free and slave, white and black, North and South—was almost beyond bearing, with 620,000 dead, countless others maimed in body and spirit, and whole regions of the country laid waste. Dred Scott destroyed whatever peaceful or temporizing options we had, leaving civil war as virtually the only route to resolution of the country’s deepest conflict. History has not forgiven the Taney [Supreme] Court for Dred Scott, and it never should.”

Ms. Weinberg continued, “Realistically, war became inevitable, or nearly so, only with Dred Scott. Although it is often carelessly said that Dred Scott caused the Civil War, the actual connections between Dred Scott and the probability of the War have not always been clearly explained. These connections can be seen by considering them as disempowering government. First, by pitching Dred Scott on the Constitution, and holding that the Constitution forbade legislative restrictions on slave property, the Taney Court all but destroyed the option of any legislative compromise of the conflict. Second, the Court simultaneously all but destroyed the chance of a meaningful judicial approach to the problem, short of a direct overruling of the case by the Supreme Court. Thus, in 1857 Dred Scott substantially blocked any effectual peaceful exit from the impasse. What was left but selfhelp, violence, terrorism, war? A final redundant boulder rolled into place in 1860 with the election of Abraham Lincoln. With Lincoln at the head of the executive branch there could be no hope of any compromise, constitutional or not, that the President would sign. Lincoln would never compromise his position against the expansion of slavery. That was the core principle of the Republican Party, the rock on which it was founded, the resolution enshrined in the platform on which he had run, the principle he had come out of political retirement to fight for and had never stopped fighting for. He could not break faith on this most fundamental point—with his Party, with the people, or with himself.”

To show the decisive role that the Dred Scott decision played in structuring the American Civil War, listen to Ms. Weinberg tells us about what Abraham Lincoln did as his first act as President of the USA.

“In his First Inaugural Address, while counseling a fitting respect for the Court, Lincoln insisted that Dred Scott was only an ordinary litigation between private parties, and as such should not be allowed to set national policy…In this way Lincoln asserted a most controversial conclusion. He was finding a power and duty, reposing not only in the executive and legislative branches, but even in courts below, to disregard a Supreme Court opinion. It is due our reverence for Lincoln to doubt that he would have spun such a piece of whole cloth, subversive of the rule of law, had he been talking about any other case, but this, the Supreme Court’s worst,” Ms. Weinberg concluded.

WHY DRED SCOTT AND ROE V. WADE WERE BOTH FORERUNNERS OF REVOLUTION

Dred Scott constitutionalized the sanctity of slave property. In other words, the Dred Scott decision did not simply discourage any act of Congress that restricted slavery, Dred Scott made such legislative acts illegal, not just in the organized territories of the United States, but in every state in the Union, North and South.

Think about it and you will see that Roe v. Wade has been proven to accomplish exactly what Dred Scott accomplished. No legislature whether federal or State passes any law pertaining to abortion without fashioning that law so that the Supreme Court would not call it illegal based on the standards defined by the Supreme Court in Roe v. Wade. As Dred Scott constitutionalized the sanctity of slave property, so too has Roe v. Wade constitutionalized the sanctity of abortion.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN COULD NOT TOLERATE LEGALIZED SLAVERY

Just as men and women like Abraham Lincoln could not long tolerate legalized slavery, even less are there men and women today who can long tolerate legalized child sacrifice. The men running for Governor want to represent people like that.

Just as Dred Scrott proved itself to be a forerunner of the revolution contained in the American Civil War, so, too, unless the American people are wiser than before, Roe v. Wade will be the forerunner of another revolution in this land.

TODAY IT IS EASY TO SCOFF

It is easy to scoff at the idea that people are organizing themselves to disregard a Supreme Court decision even if it means this land must once again enter Civil War. But it is not as easy to scoff this year as it was the last.

THE HANDWRITING IS ON THE WALL FOR THOSE WITH EYES THAT SEE

For the first time we see in this election season three candidates who are doing everything in their power to find people in their respective States who will elect them to the office of Governor for the precise purpose of nullifying Roe v. Wade in exactly the same way Dred Scott was nullified in the past. Just like Abraham Lincoln was a forerunner of change, these candidates are the forerunners of a strategy that has the power to force the end of legalized abortion or of the United States of America itself.

Scoffers will find it increasingly difficult to scoff as more and more people of good will realize no price is too great to pay to deliver this land from the cries of the babies being legally butchered upon command of the Supreme Court of the United States of America.

If you are not willing to continue to support legalized child sacrifice in the United States of America, it is time for you to realize that everything that could be done to reverse Roe. v. Wade has been tried and failed.

People who keep doing the same thing over and over and yet expect different results either are very stupid or actually do not want different results.

After a long train of abuses and usurpations, the founders of the government of the United States of America declared it was the right, the duty, of the true citizens of this nation to rise up and overthrow pernicious evil rather than allow absolute despotism to rule this land. You will either prove you are a true citizen of the true United States of America like Abraham Lincoln, or you will prove yourself to be a bastard outlaw who has disowned the founder fathers and mothers of this nation.

So you decide what you will do with the candidates spotlighted here. Do they represent you? Or do you find your representatives among those who are willing to tolerate the intolerable all their lives?

To contact the Candidates for Governor, send any of them a message NOW!

Source: Christian Gallery News Service

21 Responses to “Three Gubernatorial Candidates Vow to Nullify Abortion Laws”

  1. Richard Winger Says:

    The Georgia and Idaho governor races aren’t until 2010. Also the Constitution Party has never been on the statewide ballot in Georgia and isn’t even trying to get on.

  2. Fred C. Says:

    Actually If you look close the guy in Georgia is the Creator Rights Party (I say “is” and not “from” since I believe he’s the sole member, but I maybe be wrong).

  3. Trent Hill Says:

    Richard,
    Does the article ever reference the CP of GA?

    As for Butch, this would be much better press if it werent mixed in with Richardson and Horsely.

  4. Tom Blanton Says:

    “Scoffers will find it increasingly difficult to scoff as more and more people of good will realize no price is too great to pay to deliver this land from the cries of the babies being legally butchered upon command of the Supreme Court of the United States of America.”

    I find it difficult not to scoff at this rhetoric. Justices aren’t ordering the execution of babies and the unborn do not cry. It is sad to think that it may be just this type of histrionic moralism that drives young pregnant women to get an abortion to avoid the scarlet letter being pinned on them.

    I’d hate to hear the actual cries of babies abandoned in dumpsters. As with the drug laws, sometimes prohibition creates its own problems that may be as bad if not worse than the behavior that some seek to eliminate.

    It is unfortunate that some on both sides of the abortion debate have taken it to such extremes, but civil war is madness.

  5. Cody Quirk Says:

    As for Butch, this would be much better press if it werent mixed in with Richardson and Horsely.

    =Hear! hear! I remember doing a rebuttal to Brad’s interview with marvin-

    http://thirdpartywatch.com/2007/01/12/pro-life-rebuttal-part-1/

    http://thirdpartywatch.com/2007/01/12/pro-life-rebuttal-part-2/

    Ahhhhhhhh, the memories!

    Of Course looks like only Butch is probably the competent one here.

  6. Lisa Says:

    lol. Are you serious?

    Aren’t we trying to get more people to vote third party / independent??

    Candidates like these will only send people back to the Democratic and Republican parties.

  7. will Says:

    well said lisa,

  8. Joe Says:

    I don’t see how it will send people back to the Republican Party. The Republican platform includes “that is why we say the unborn child has a fundamental individual right to life which cannot be infringed.” The difference between Republicans and these candidates seems to be that these candidates are more serious about doing something about it if elected. They even use the example of a Republican president to make their case.

    I can definitely see how this might cause pro-aborts to join the Democrat Party, or maybe the Libertarian or Green parties, but it isn’t like those people were going to flock to the Constitution Party of West Virginia or the Creators’ Rights Party anyway.

  9. Angela Wittman Says:

    Lisa said: “Candidates like these will only send people back to the Democratic and Republican parties.”

    While I do not know Neal Horsley or Pastor Butch Paugh, I do know Prolife and I think these candidates will help the third party movement as they inspire grass root citizens to get involved with the electoral process. When a man like Prolife runs for office, it encourages others to do the same.

  10. Trent Hill Says:

    “Of Course looks like only Butch is probably the competent one here.”

    ....competent is such a strong word.

  11. Anthony Distler Says:

    “I do know Prolife and I think these candidates will help the third party movement as they inspire grass root citizens to get involved with the electoral process.”

    ....?

  12. Trent Hill Says:

    No idea Anthony. No idea.

  13. Verneuker Says:

    Im Pro-Freedom…..I would never vote for any of these Fascists

  14. Verneuker Says:

    Im Pro-Freedom…..I would never vote for any of these Fascists

  15. Trent Hill Says:

    Seconded.

    Butch Paugh has some dubious connections. His rhetoric is overly theocratic to me.

    As for the others, laughable.

  16. Cody Quirk Says:

    While I do not know Neal Horsley or Pastor Butch Paugh, I do know Prolife and I think these candidates will help the third party movement as they inspire grass root citizens to get involved with the electoral process. When a man like Prolife runs for office, it encourages others to do the same.

    =Oh please! nutjobs such as these only strengthen the two-party system with their agenda. People will vote quicker for the Dem or the GOP’er then for these loonies and look less at the alternative.

  17. Cody Quirk Says:

    I don’t see how it will send people back to the Republican Party. The Republican platform includes “that is why we say the unborn child has a fundamental individual right to life which cannot be infringed.” The difference between Republicans and these candidates seems to be that these candidates are more serious about doing something about it if elected. They even use the example of a Republican president to make their case.

    =That’s because you’re black & white version is so simpleton that you’re in league with these candidates in terms of idealogy.

    =People (your average voters) that want to look for a better alternative to the GOP or even the Democratic Party will be very disappointed with Marvin or Neal. Those two would only attract people that are that far-out as they are, and there’s not a lot of those.

    I can definitely see how this might cause pro-aborts to join the Democrat Party, or maybe the Libertarian or Green parties, but it isn’t like those people were going to flock to the Constitution Party of West Virginia or the Creators’ Rights Party anyway.

    =Actually it will cause Dem and GOP Pro-Lifers to stay in their parties. Pro-Choicers would probably have a good laugh at these candidates.

  18. Cody Quirk Says:

    Neal isn’t even ballot-qualified, so what the point with him?

  19. Cody Quirk Says:

    Does he even have write-in status?

  20. Angela Wittman Says:

    Something for Cody, Trent and Anthony to meditate upon:

    Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall.
    Proverbs 16:18

  21. Pro-Life Says:

    Many of you think, getting some percentage of the vote is more important

    than saving a baby’s life. Abortion is murder, and I do not want you

    being judged for allowing murder at the Great Judgment. I hope you

    will follow your conscience. Heartbeat in the unborn is at 15-19 days,

    brain waves at 21-25 days.

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