ARTL Questions Credentials of Concerned Women for America
DENVER, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- American Right To Life Action, the political 527 group which claims responsibility for derailing Mitt Romney's Presidential hopes in 2008 in Iowa and South Carolina, is now questioning the pro-life credentials of Concerned Women for America and their president Wendy Wright.
ProlifeProfiles.com, created by a nationwide research team working for American RTL, today is publishing their dossier on Wendy Wright and CWA which reveals that CWA repeatedly undermines any eventual re-criminalization of abortion.
"Many people wrongly assume that they could trust CWA to endorse pro-life candidates," said Darrell Birkey, ARTL research director. "This has led many Christians to vote for candidates who not only work against the right to life, but who, by their own policies, have approved of the killing of millions of unborn children, as documented in this CWA profile."
Wright and CWA have also repeatedly endorsed legislation that, even if Roe v. Wade were ever simply overturned, would keep abortion legal.
ARTL "hit a nerve" with its Sarah Palin profile according to Mother Jones magazine which reported that within "24 hours after the group posted the report, Palin's political action committee, SarahPAC, scrubbed its website." ARTL also celebrates Mitt Romney's loss this weekend, after three years of consecutive wins, of the CPAC presidential straw poll. With the release of ProlifeProfiles.com/Romney, ARTL began publicly predicting that Romney would lose the majority of his Christian endorsements, and the group sees that prediction as on track with this Conservative Political Action Conference loss.
Announced profiles "coming soon" include Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito and National RTL's president Wanda Franz.
"With elections looming this fall, we challenge Wendy Wright to lead Concerned Women for America in a new direction," said Birkey. "CWA can be a powerful force in the battle to save unborn children, but only if they set a new course and do what is right."
SOURCE American Right to Life