Friday, June 29, 2007

Pro-abort, CFR-member Fred Thompson wows desperate, naive South Carolina Republicans in Columbia - June 27, 2007

Soon-to-officially-announce GOP candidate for president Thompson impresses blinded "conservatives" looking for an "electable" winner

Wednesday, June 27, 2007, at the Clarion Town House Hotel, Columbia, South Carolina

Steve Lefemine, pro-life missionary, director of Columbia Christians for Life outside the Clarion Town House Hotel with messages and flyers provided to attendees and reporters on-site at the event, but unreported in dominant media:

"Fred Thompson - NOT Pro-Life"

"Fred Thompson - C.F.R. member"

2006 Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) Membership Roster

See a concise overview article about the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) at:
"The Definition of Tyranny," The New American (May 15, 1995), by John F. McManus

In a manner eerily reminiscent of the "hear-no-evil," "see-no-evil" Bush-bot mentality of Christian/conservative/pro-life voters in 2000 and 2004 who refused to hear the truth about pro-abort, Skull and Bones secret society member George W. Bush ( ), South Carolina Republicans, rather than rally around one of the stronger, more principled so-called "second-tier" candidates (e.g., Mike Huckabee, Tom Tancredo, Duncan Hunter, Ron Paul), seem prepared to grasp onto the new candidacy Pro-abort, CFR-member Fred Thompson in their blinded hope of defeating likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Hillary (Jezebel) Clinton: "It is God's law to kill babies"
Excerpts from article in Life Advocate, March 1993, "Washington Week" p. 12
"A word for (from) the Clintons", by Lurleen Stackhouse


Former U.S. Senator Fred Thompson to address South Carolina Republican Party leaders
South Carolina Republican Party
Monday, June 11, 2007

Fred Thompson Leading in New Mason Dixon Poll in South Carolina
Posted on 06/17/2007

'WASHINGTON – South Carolina appears poised to shake up the 2008 presidential race, with Democrat Barack Obama and Republican Fred Thompson the frontrunners in a new state survey by Mason-Dixon.'

'Arizona Sen. John McCain,..., appeared to have lost many of his supporters to Thompson, and was far back in the GOP field.'

'Thompson, a television actor and former Tennessee senator, topped Giuliani by 25 percent to 21 percent. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was next at 11 percent, followed by McCain at 7 percent and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee at 5 percent. Huckabee has gotten strong notices in the last two Republican debates. Twenty-eight percent were undecided. '

'The new poll was striking evidence of Thompson's rise from nowhere in early presidential readings to potential front-runner status. Thompson’s first campaign swing as he edges toward a formal candidacy will be in South Carolina on June 27.'

Thompson gets rousing welcome in S.C.
June 27, 2007
'He brought a crowd of about 300 Republicans to their feet when he said "maybe I can come back later in a different capacity and we can talk a little bit more about some of these issues."'

'Thompson was in Columbia to deliver the keynote address at a state Republican Party roundtable discussion and luncheon series dedicated to presidential politics and South Carolina's commitment to be the first Southern state to hold its primary.'

'The event, held at a downtown hotel, was limited to party leaders.'

Thompson sets South Carolina GOP hearts racing

POSTED: 12:41 p.m. EDT, June 27, 2007

Thompson photo caption: "Support for former Sen. Fred Thompson in South Carolina has grown, in part, due to unease with the declared 10 GOP candidates."
Story Highlights
• Fred Thompson making first campaign appearance in South Carolina
• Conservatives unhappy with other GOP candidates drawn to Thompson
• "Law & Order" actor expected to declare presidential candidacy next month
• Thompson, Rudy Giuliani currently leading polls of South Carolina Republicans

Thompson courts Southerners in S.C. stop
Posted on Wed, Jun. 27, 2007
'In no small part because of the work of rival campaigns, questions already have arisen about whether he really is as conservative as backers argue. And, he's found himself answering questions about his lobbying work.'

Fred Thompson focuses on conservative themes in SC appearance
Posted on Wed, Jun. 27, 2007
'A co-sponsor of campaign finance reform bill when he was in the Senate, Thompson said he supported the recent Supreme Court's ruling that struck down parts of the measure.'

CCL note: Fred Thompson was a co-sponsor of the unconstitutional, anti-free speech McCain-Feingold campaign finance "reform" bill (see S.27, 2001-2002, 107th Congress, Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2001 (Introduced in Senate) at ).

Fred Thompson focuses on conservative themes in SC appearance
Posted on Wed, Jun. 27, 2007
'And he defended his opposition to abortion rights, saying the National Right to Life endorsed him in his 1994 Senate race and that "I was ranked 100 percent on abortion-related issues." However, the group gave him a less-than-perfect score in subsequent years.'

CCL note: First, National Right to Life has been one of the biggest obstacles to passing principled, no-exceptions abortion-ban legislation in the country (see "RTL Act of SC" at ). Second, National Right to Life doesn't score members of Congress on whether they vote for the huge, unconstituional, abortion-funding federal HHS Appropriations bills, as Senator Fred Thompson has done, which annually funds "Murder, Inc.," Planned Parenthood with tens of millions of taxpayer Medicaid and Title X dollars, funds selected Medicaid surgical abortions, funds chemically abortifacient birth control, and funds birth control to unmarried teenagers, even if their parents object.

For example, Fred Thompson voted for passage the HHS Appropriations bill for FY 2002, funding Planned Parenthood, selected surgical abortions, chemical abortions, and birth control for unmarried teenagers, even if their parents object, on December 20, 2001 (see H.R. 3061, 2001-2002, 107th Congress, at ). The former Tennessee senator's vote supporting passage of H.R. 3061, "Thompson (R-TN), Yea" is recorded at:

See these articles at for additional details on HHS abortion funding:

See these federal government websites for additional Title X documentation:

Neither does National Right to Life score members of Congress on whether they co-sponsor principled federal abortion-ban bills, which if passed, would ban abortion in America, because these bills also invoke the Art. III., Sec. 2. (US Constitution) power and authority of Congress to remove appellate jurisdiction from the US Supreme Court in matters relating to abortion. Present bills active in the current (110th, 2007-2008) Congress which would ban abortion in America and remove appellate jurisdiction from the US Supreme Court are HR 1094, HR 300, and HR 2597. ( See HR 1094, HR 2597 and HR 300 at ). Will Fred Thompson publicly support any of these bills ???

US House limits jurisdiction of Federal Courts regarding the Pledge of Allegiance


Is National Right to Life "Pro-Life" ? No wonder we still have abortion-on-demand in America if sincere pro-lifers are still looking to NRL for leadership. NRL has misled the pro-life movement for many years (Isa. 3:12). It is well past time for principled pro-lifers to stop listening to NRL.

National Right To Life: The Judas Of The Preborn
By Dr. Patrick Johnston ; The Covenant News ~ July 10, 2006

Anti-abortion constitutional amendment petition falls short in Michigan
National Right to Life does it again - this time in Michigan...
Right to Life of Michigan did not support the petition drive to ban abortion in Michigan by a state constitutional amendment, and neither did the Michigan Catholic Conference.

SC's National RTL chapter not supporting RTL Act of SC
- Is SC Citizens for Life really "Pro-Life" ? (flyer for distribution included)

Robert Novak - Inside Report


'Fred Thompson came close to alarming his pro-life constituency for his prospective Republican presidential candidacy on Fox's "Hannity & Colmes" program Tuesday when he expressed doubts about "criminalizing" abortion.'

'After asserting he "always thought Roe v. Wade was a wrong decision," the actor-politician said: "I would not be and never have been for a law that says, on the state level, if I were back in Tennessee voting on this, for example, that, if they chose to criminalize a young woman, and ¬ ." Co-host Sean Hannity then interrupted: "So, states rights for you?" Thompson replied: "Essentially, federalism. It's in the Constitution."'

'Although Thompson in his first Senate campaign in 1994 said the decision to have an abortion "must be made by the woman," he built a solid pro-life voting record during eight Senate years that has generated presidential support for him among social conservatives.'

S.C. Republicans drawn to Fred Thompson
June 27, 2007
'Thompson, 64, an actor and former Tennessee senator, has no serious political organization in South Carolina and makes his first appearance in this campaign season in the state on Wednesday. So it is a sign of Republicans' deep unease with the party's current field of 10 candidates that conservative voters are watching Thompson with interest.'

'A poll last week showed Thompson and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani fighting for the lead in South Carolina. It is not clear whether voters are drawn to Thompson because he is the new candidate on the block, or whether his growing popularity is a function of perceived flaws with the other top-tier contenders.'

Thompson: Making good 1st impression
Posted on Thu, Jun. 28, 2007

Fred Thompson - another CFR-member for president
Should Fred Thompson enter the 2008 presidential race, he would become the fifth member of the globalist, NWO's Council on Foreign Relations to do so, joining fellow CFR-members, US Senator John McCain, (former VA) Gov. Jim Gilmore, (NM) Gov. Bill Richardson, and US Senator Chris Dodd. Furthermore, former US House Speaker Newt Gingrich, also a member of the CFR, is also considering entering the presidential race later this Fall (perhaps if enough conservatives don't take the bait and swallow the lie that globalist, First Amendment free-speech enemy Fred Thompson is a "conservative")
June 3, 2007

Fred Thompson: Another CFR-Member

Fred Thompson / CFR / North American Union
- The CFR is pushing the North American Union (NAU)
- Fred Thompson is a member of the CFR
June 13, 2007

No King but King Jesus! (Y'shua Messiah)
Declarations and Evidences of Christian Faith in America’s Colonial Charters, State Constitutions,
and other Historical Documents during over 375 Years of American History: 1606 to 1982

Steve Lefemine, pro-life missionary
dir., Columbia Christians for Life
Columbia, SC
(803) 765-0916
June 29, 2007

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