Monday, February 1, 2010

Former Pres. George W. Bush To Receive Cardinal O'Connor Pro-Life Award; Abortion Is Murder Part 2

Former President George W. Bush will be honored the weekend of Feb. 5-6 by the lay group Legatus, and awarded the prestigious Cardinal John O' Connor Pro-Life Award for all of his efforts and accomplishments in advancing the pro-life cause.

As posted by the Catholic News Agency: The prestigious Cardinal John J. O'Connor Pro-Life Award is being given in response to the former president's eight years of pro-life legislation. Legatus cites his administration's opposition to embryonic stem cell research, an executive order barring federal funds from being used for abortion related projects abroad, the appointment of two pro-life Supreme Court Justices and a rule protecting federally funded health employees from taking part in abortion or practices that conflict with their faith as policies that Bush helped enact during his presidency.

The group of Catholic business professionals also noted that one of the former president's last efforts while in office included a declaration of Jan. 18, 2009 as “National Sanctity of Human Life Day,” along with a statement that “the most basic duty of government is to protect the life of the innocent.”

The former president will be a accompanied by a host of other speakers at the event, including Cardinal Francis George, Archbishop Timothy Dolan, actress Patricia Heaton, entrepreneur Frank J. Hanna III, Fr. Robert Spitzer, Newt and Callista Gingrich, and Thomas Donahue, the president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

I am so happy that Legatus chose to honor President Bush's pro-life accomplishments enacted during his presidency. President Bush truly deserves this award. I liked him as President and will always say he was/is a good and moral man that stood up for all life, all innocent life, including unborn human life.

The Silent Scream

If you want more information about The Silent Scream, you can read more about it here.


Ron Russell said...

This is great Teresa and Bush deserves it. Depending on who writes the future history of this period Bush will be seen as a very good leader and president.

Snarky Basterd said...

I served him in Europe; I will always like him. And I couldn't wait to get out when Slick Willie took over.