Ted Kennedy Was Confused
This was a man who supported the abortion mills will millions of dollars of tax payer money every year. Yet back in 1971 he seemed to have a different view of the right to life. But as a typical Democrat he wavered in what ever direction it took to get elected.
But in 1971 he wrote in a letter:
“While the deep concern of a woman bearing an unwanted child merits consideration and sympathy, it is my personal feeling that the legalization of abortion on demand is not in accordance with the value which our civilization places on human life,” Kennedy wrote on Aug. 3, 1971 in response to a letter sent to him by Thomas E. Dennelly, who asked the senator about his stand on abortion.
“Wanted or unwanted, I believe that human life, even at its earliest stages, has certain rights which much be recognized–the right to be born, the right to love, the right to grow old,” wrote Kennedy.
Too bad the man did not have the backbone to stick to what he believed instead of pandering to people who have no respect for the unborn.nnedy,