This is all the more reason that people need to be very aware this election that not every candidate is what he says he is.
Here is a good example of political deception sent to me from the National Prolife Alliance.
Sooner or later, the “wolves in sheep’s clothing” get smoked out.
If we keep the pressure on politicians, we can pin them down on where they stand on the Life at Conception Act and real protections for the unborn.
A good example of the results of pro-life activism is Heath Shuler, a congressman from North Carolina, who announced he is not running for re-election.
And with good reason!
As a politician in a strong pro-life district, Shuler joined Bart Stupak’s coalition in voting for pro-life amendments to Nancy Pelosi’s version of ObamaCare.
But in the end, Pelosi pressured Democrats to ram through a version of ObamaCare with billions in taxpayer dollars for abortion.
At that point, Bart Stupak and most “blue dog” Democrats caved.
But word got out that Nancy Pelosi allowed Heath Shuler to vote against passage of ObamaCare to help his re-election chances.
Thanks to Pelosi, Heath Shuler survived re-election.
But since then, Shuler has shown his true colors.
When the pro-life majority in the House of Representatives voted to repeal ObamaCare, along with all taxpayer funding of abortion provisions, Shuler cast his vote with Pelosi and the abortion lobby.
When forced to choose between loyalty to the radical abortion lobby and loyalty to the people of his district, Shuler chose Pelosi.
Now the good news is, just like Bart Stupak, Heath Shuler decided to resign rather than answer to the voters this coming November.