Wisconsin Right to Life fails voters on candidate choices and positions
Wisconsin Right to Life has failed their responsibility to inform their members about elections choices, and about the positions of the candidates they reported, according to Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate Phil Anderson. “First of all, they omitted me and other libertarians from their report. We are on the ballot, and present viable choices for Wisconsin voters,” says Anderson.
“Secondly, and perhaps most egregiously, they falsely represent Senator Ron Johnson’s positions. They say he opposes the use of taxpayer dollars for abortion, yet he voted YEA on the Omnibus Bill last December, which fully funded Planned Parenthood,” continues Anderson. “His vote on this bill is public record. He also sponsored the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which by definition is a compromise on this issue. Why would WRTL not report this accurately?”
“As a Libertarian, I support every human being’s right to exist, regardless of age, gender, ‘viability’, any category you can think of. For this reason, I also oppose war, the death penalty, and euthanasia,” finishes Anderson.” I will never put political expedience before my defense of anyone’s inalienable right to exist, unlike Senator Johnson.”