That Hillary Clinton had kept the leading abortionist in Arkansas as her personal doctor and close friend may be indicative of her oft-stated belief that a “woman’s right to choose” is of paramount importance and her highest priority. In this American Spectator profile of Dr. William F. Harrison, an abortionist who admitted to performing tens of thousands of abortion, he "prayed” that she would become president to protect abortion rights with public funding, etc.
I noted how Bush, on his first day in office, had authorized a ban on all U.S. funding of international abortion-rights groups, reversing President Bill Clinton’s executive order. I noted that in January 2003 Bush had signed the “Sanctity of Life” bill, and then, two months later, did not veto the Republican Senate’s ban on partial-birth abortion. He signed the ban. Bush also began commemorating each January 22 as a National Sanctity and Dignity of Human Life Day. On and on.
I asked Dr. William Harrison if he expected that a President Hillary Clinton would change these policies. The abortion doctor again invoked religious language: “Oh, absolutely…. I hope to God she does.” He meant that literally. He and other pro-choicers were (and are) counting on Hillary.
Harrison concluded by comparing Hillary favorably with Jesus Christ. In his religious fervor for Hillary and for abortion, Harrison embodies the worst accusations of pro-lifers, that those who support abortion don’t see it as a necessary evil, but as a positive good.
In January, will the Oval Office be occupied by someone who thinks the same way?