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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Consider Obama’s abortion stance

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Would you vote for someone who supports thrusting scissors into the base of a partially born baby's neck? Would you vote for someone who supports suctioning out a baby's brain? Would you vote for someone who calls this "choice"?

These are the questions you have to ask yourself if you're considering voting for President Obama. Furthermore, given that he radically supports abortion at any stage of development, what makes you doubt that a "death panel" could be instituted to put the elderly and sick to death under Obamacare? To vote for someone who supports abortion, especially partial-birth abortion, is morally reprehensible.

MIKE RACHIELE

Pittsfield, Mass.

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