Friday, January 4, 2013
Let us be clear about where there is a real war, on women.
One person considered for TIME's 2012 Person of the Year was Malala Yousafzai. Malala is a Pakistani girl, 15, who pursued an education. As TIME points out, "On Oct. 9, 2012, Taliban gunmen boarded her school bus, sought her out and shot her in the head."
Eventually she was airlifted to a hospital in Britain and survived her severe wounds. She is now known to hundreds of thousands around the globe and has inspired many to look to the full potential of women.
To hear NARAL Virginia tell it, you would think our attorney general were a member of the group that sent Malala to the hospital. Quite the contrary.
Ken Cuccinelli is a strong advocate of men, women and children. This includes the children in Virginia not yet born and the women who carry them.
Abortion is a very deadly war on women and children, and Ken Cuccinelli is standing up as a defender of the most defenseless.
There is no money to be gained with the end of abortion. There is a lot of money to be had in keeping it legal and in getting others to pay for it.