Saturday, January 21, 2012

Reverend Rob Schenck Endorses Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney is the candidate that voters who are concerned about values are looking for. Romney has received support from two separate letters of endorsement from activist who were on the front lines of fighting for traditional marriage in Massachusetts. Maggie Gallagher, founder of the National Organization for Marriage, has penned an excellent article defending Mitt Romney's record on gay marriage. Mitt also had a broad array of conservative activist to publish a letter on explaining that Mitt Romney was a politician who fought for traditional marriage and abortion. 
Now, a prominent pro-life and abortion activist named Reverend Rob Schenck, who is the president of the National Clergy Council, a nationwide network of conservative pastors from all Christian traditions, including Catholic, Evangelical, Orthodox, and Protestant, has endorsed Mitt Romney:
Schenck, who has met all of the Republican candidates, said today about his endorsement, “I’ve talked face-to-face, at length, to Governor Romney about the issues of concern to Christian voters. When I asked Governor Romney pointedly about his personal view on abortion, he told me he believes every intentional abortion is an immoral end to a human life. He is clearly pro-life. He also unequivocally denounced same-sex marriage. When I asked, ‘Who is Jesus Christ to you?’ He said, ‘My personal Lord and Savior.’ There was nothing ambiguous about any of these things.”
Rev. Schenck said he believes Governor Romney is the best organized and the best financed to win a national election.
“Mitt Romney has the experience, the integrity, the intellect, and the leadership skills to go up against President Obama. No candidate will ever be perfect, but he must be as good as possible and he must be able to win. That’s why I support Mitt Romney.”
The evidence is clear. There is no stronger pro-life, pro-marriage candidate than Mitt Romney.  

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