VIDEO: Mike Pence: “I’m a Christian, a Conservative and a Republican…In That Order”

Posted on July 26, 2016 in Public Policy by

Trump-y-PenceAccepting the nomination for Vice President and to be Donald Trump’s running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence made it very clear what kind of person he is. He told a cheering audience:

“I’m a Christian, a conservative and a Republican, in that order.”

Watching his speech made me wish Pence were running for president, it would be an easy choice to vote for him. He has been a strong conservative voice in Washington when he was in Congress, and, as Governor of Indiana he continued those same traditional, conservative policies.

Pence understands what it means to be a socially, fiscally conservative lawmaker. He also knows what is at stake in this election. Pence told the packed crowd:

“As this election approaches, every American should know that while we’re filling the presidency for the next four years, this election will define the Supreme Court for the next 40…For the sake of the sanctity of life… We must ensure the next president is Donald Trump.”

He’s right. If Hillary Clinton is elected, not only will there be no chance of overturning Roe V. Wade in Congress but, there will be no chance of overturning Roe V. Wade at the Supreme Court. Clinton will make sure that any Supreme Court nominee is as liberal and progressive as she is; even believing that partial-birth abortion is acceptable.

Take some time to watch Pence’s speech. He portrays one that is genuine, honest, and true to his Christian faith. But remember, if Clinton is elected we will see the continued eroding of traditional values, continued attacks on religious freedom, and continued threats against America on our own shores. I can’t tell you who to vote for, that’s between you and God. But, I can tell you what will happen if Clinton is elected and, there is nothing good about that.

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