Welcome to our new series, “Abortion Distortion,” where we turn the tables and make the pro-choice side defend the illogical, deceptive and immoral nature of their positions!
Like how some people argue that we should not have litmus tests (or core issues) for politicians and judges. We reveal why this is pure nonsense.
Some people argue that we should not have litmus tests for politicians and judges. That is pure nonsense.
A politician could be attractive, intelligent, experienced and have all the right answers to the important issues of the day, but if he was found to be a member of the Ku Klux Klan that would be a litmus test. If a judge was nominated to the Supreme Court and it was discovered that he had written a law review article saying women should not be allowed to vote, that would be a litmus test. If a politician said that the 9/11 terrorists had legitimate reasons for flying airplanes into the World Trade Center, that would be a litmus test.
The fact is, there are many legitimate reasons for litmus tests and people who claim they don’t have any are either lying or they have no core principles.