ARTL Criticizes Rival National Right To Life
June 29, 2010
DENVER, (christiansunite.com) -- American Right To Life Action, the political 527 group which claims a role in derailing Mitt Romney's presidential hopes, is now publishing a critical profile of the National Right To Life Committee. American RTL's anticipated dossier of its rival arrives simultaneously with National RTL's annual convention this weekend in Pittsburgh.
ProlifeProfiles.com, created by a nationwide research team working for American RTL, documents that National RTL has violated its sacred trust by staunchly opposing all efforts to enforce the unborn child's right to life and personhood; by its defense of politicians who ignore abortion when nominating judges; and by its repeated endorsement of pro-abortion politicians.
"National RTL's 30-year strategy of trying to get the Supreme Court to admit its error and overturn its own Roe v. Wade decision is naive legally, historically, and politically," said Darrell Birkey, ARTL research director. Their failure to overturn Roe is not surprising because the Justices have referred to their 150-year old pro-slavery Dred Scott decision 56 times without the court ever admitting to the illegitimacy of that ruling's crime against millions of people. "After a war, a constitutional amendment, and abolition, the Supreme Court still has not acknowledged its illegitimacy for denying full personhood rights of black slaves," said Birkey, "so waiting for the court is a blunder."
According to Mother Jones magazine, ARTL "hit a nerve" with its Sarah Palin profile for within "24 hours after the group posted the report, Palin's political action committee, SarahPAC, scrubbed its website." Then with the release of ProlifeProfiles.com/Mitt, ARTL predicted that Romney would lose the majority of his Christian endorsements. And coming soon: the Samuel Alito profile.