The National Right to Life Committee is running new radio ads in Virginia and other leading presidential election states that are drawing voters’ attention to President Barack Obama’s extensive pro-abortion record.
“From taxpayer funding of abortion groups, to including abortion coverage in Obamacare, to an embrace of even sex-selection abortions, Barack Obama has proven to be the most pro-abortion president in U.S. history,” says NRLC president Carol Tobias.
“Obama’s extreme Abortion Agenda is right in line with Planned Parenthood’s, which is why the Planned Parenthood Action Fund has announced a $3.2 million ad campaign to re-elect Obama. They’re targeting their ads to run in the key swing states of Virginia and Ohio,” Tobias continued. “The National Right to Life Victory Fund has a different agenda: to save babies’ lives. We do that by electing pro-life officials to Congress and the White House. Those officials are the voice for the unborn in Washington. They enact pro-life policies, they appoint and confirm judges who respect the law, and their decisions can save thousands or even millions of lives.”
“This year’s election is especially important. Obamacare must be repealed or millions more could die. The appointment of even a single pro-abortion Supreme Court justice could cause the loss of hundreds of state and federal pro-life laws, the very laws that have helped decrease the number of abortions each year by 400,000 since the peak in 1990,” Tobias added.
To counter Planned Parenthood’s campaign, the National Right to Life Victory Fund has been running a series of radio ads in Virginia. These election ads expose the truth about Obama’s Abortion Agenda and ask voters to elect the pro-life team of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. One of the ads can be heard here:
The pro-life group believes the adds will help Romney carry the state that is a must-win for November.
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“Just this week, the RealClearPolitics average of polls, which so many pundits look to as the best gauge of how a race is going, moved Romney/Ryan into a slight lead in Virginia for the first time in several months,” Tobias said.