Read 2012 Republican Party Platform Here: STRONG on Social Issues Like Abortion & Marriage
by David Bellow on August 29, 2012 at 7:58 PM
I suppose while the moderates were trying to sneak in rule changes, they allowed the new platform to be made that is VERY conservative, especially on social issues. Also, contrary to the mainstream media, Republicans still overwhelmingly believe that murdering a young life is still wrong, even in the tragic situation of rape. Two wrongs do not make a right!
According to Phyllis Schlafly, the new 2012 Republican Party National Platform is very good. It is very Pro Life and Pro Traditional Marriage.
According to One News Now, the GOP Platform wants to end Obama's 'social experimentation' on military soldiers. A coalition of 15 pro-military organizations working to preserve the conservative culture of the military is pleased with the Republican platform's stance on social issues in the military.
Below is the official statement about the new 2012 Platform from the Republican Party via www.GOP.com:
RNC Releases 2012 Republican Party Platform
Posted August 28, 2012
WASHINGTON – Today, the delegates of the 2012 RNC Convention formalized the 2012 Republican Party Platform, which is the definitive statement of the Republican Party’s principles and ideals. The document is a culmination of work done by the Committee on Resolutions and 111 delegates from every state and territory. A special thank you goes out to the entire Committee on Resolutions, especially the Chairman, Governor Bob McDonnell and Co-Chairmen, Congressman Marsha Blackburn (TN-7) and North Dakota Senator John Hoeven, for their hard work and dedication.
The all-inclusive platform drafting process contained contributions from over 30,000 people from around the country through social media including the party’s own www.gopplatform2012.com website and @GOPPlatform2012 Twitter account. The process was one of the most open and united as we’ve seen in recent memory as delegates from Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul gathered to discuss how the party would move forward. For the first time, the Committee included a section recognizing the importance of the Constitution.
The 2012 Republican Party Platform has a strong focus on the issues impacting Americans each and every day from the economy, to jobs, and spending. It also includes a dedication to protecting Medicare for seniors while strengthening it for future generations, the GOP’s strong commitment to valuing every human life, and the recognition of traditional marriage between one man and one woman. The platform also affirms the Republican Party’s commitment to veterans, a strong national defense, and defense of Israel.