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Friday, October 27, 20061161961449

Daniel Ortega: Vote Yes For Life

"Nicaragua Passes Total Ban on Abortion," by Marc Lacy, New York Times, 26 October 2006, http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/27/world/americas/27nicaragua.html.


My image of the former Nicaraguan strongman will be ever reflected by a quip from Mark of ZenPundit

Recalling Jumblatt's activities twenty years ago, this is kind of like finding out that Daniel Ortega had emigrated to the States and was last seen as a Republican poll watcher in Dade county.


Rapidly, fact is catching up to fiction:

Nicaragua’s legislature on Thursday banned all abortions, eliminating exceptions for rape and when the life of the mother is threatened.

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The measure was supported by Daniel Ortega, the front-runner in the presidential race. He favored the right to an abortion during his presidency in the 1980’s but has since embraced the Roman Catholic Church and has spoken out strongly against abortion.


This reflects the unlikely entry of a former Communist leader into South Dakota's Vote Yes For Life campaign, which is the talk of South Dakotan blogs such as Dakota War College, I Hate Linux, Sibby Online, and South Dakota Politics..

Comments

I don't think I would really belive anything he says.

Posted by: purpleslog | Friday, October 27, 2006

Yeah, I wouldn't trust Brendan of I Hate Linux [1] either. He's a no good... [2]

Oh, wait, you were talking about Ortega. Never mind :-)

[1] http://ihatelinux.blogspot.com/
[2] http://tdaxp.blogspirit.com/archive/2006/01/23/get-a-job-hobo.html

Posted by: Dan tdaxp | Friday, October 27, 2006

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