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  • "Whenever our Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton goes into one of these countries and does not speak against human rights violations, it emboldens those countries, and people die," Mr. Staver said. "If we come there, and if we don't take the moral high ground, it empowers them."

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  • Mr. Staver said abortion is a problem in other countries, such as China, and U.S. leaders need to stand up for the unborn both domestically and abroad.

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