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Newt Gingrich

Presidential Candidate

Tier 2. Personhood Whenever


Newt Gingrich attempts to protect the innocent yet he undermines and therefore delays the country's enforcement of the God-given right to life of unborn children by defending legislation like the Hyde Amendment which allows for tax-payer funding of the killing of certain unborn children.

Newt Gingrich signs personhood pledge

Summary: Even though Newt Gingrich signed the Personhood Pledge, he still just doesn't quite understand the concept. He is in favor of Personhood legislation but only if there are enough votes to get it passed. If there are not enough votes, then he will sign legislation like the Hyde Amendment which authorized tax-paid funding of abortions for rape and incest victims. Gingrich's position is therefore "half a loaf is better than none." Unless of course it is poison, half a loaf is better than none. But you don't commit adultery or consent to murder to get that half a loaf. For if you did, it would become poison. If you can only get half a loaf, then you take half a loaf. Of course. But you don't agree to poison the other half. If your own children are starving, and you want even half a loaf to save them, you don't say that if you can have half a loaf, then you will agree to other children being starved to death, or being fed poisoned bread, so that you can have half a loaf. No matter how you look at the false teaching of child killing regulators, it all comes down to a violation of the biblical principal in Romans 3:8, that we must never do evil that good may come of it.

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