Thursday, May 23, 2019
TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! CLAY CHASTAIN DECLARES HIMSELF PRO-LIFE WRITE-IN CANDIDATE FOR KANSAS CITY MAYOR!!!
The most prolific transit activist in Kansas City history recently shared his perspective on the divisive abortion debate — One of the many topics on which Quinton Lucas and Jolie Justus agree.
To wit . . .
CLAY CHASTAIN STANDS UP FOR THE 'MISSOURI ABORTION BAN' AND QUESTIONS THE EXPERIENCE KCMO MAYORAL CONTENDERS WHO DON'T HAVE KIDS!!!
This passionate response deserves consideration as write-in votes for Clay Chastain have the potential to impact a mayoral contest that could be close by all acounts.
Clay stands up for the unborn and against Jolie, Quinton and Kansas City's "progressive" establishment
Even though one's position on abortion would normally be out of the sphere of influence in local political elections, it does reflect one's values and the content of one's character. In Kansas City one public opinion after the next has been lined up against Alabama and Missouri taking legislative action to limit abortions including... the Star's Melinda Henneberger, Mayor Sly James, another Star Editorial and then Mayoral candidates Jolie and Quinton joining in celebratory hands with Plaza protesters against the Missouri abortion ban.
For the public record (in this Mayor's race) and with the greatest respect for women, I stand up for the other side - the unborn child, and if he cares, the father.
Sly demonstrated more outrage against a bill trying to protect unborn human beings from slaughter than he's demonstrated against all the adult slaughter that has taken place in Kansas City over his 8-year term. He said in part, "Missouri's extreme abortion bill rivals Alabama in cruelty and doing harm to women." If it is cruel to legally mandate that a woman give birth to a human being she willingly had a part in conceiving, then what is it to murder that child before it is born? And if the child's father wants his child to live how cruel is it to the father if the woman and her doctor solely decide to kill the father's off spring? And Sly talks about the Missouri abortion bill doing harm to women completely out of the context of the harm done to the child and its father. And in some cases, women tragically suffer a lifetime of guilt for aborting their babies. The issue is not easy for anyone.
M. Henneberger says the Alabama abortion bill is where "she parts ways" with her pro-life friends. In my view, they have not lost much.
And then there's Jolie and Quinton working the crowd of Plaza protesters (no doubt mostly for votes) with Jolie saying empty meaningless things like: "Today we march. Tomorrow we vote. Women's Rights Are Human Rights." What does that insipid tripe statement mean Jolie? Where do you specifically stand on the abortion issue? It is kinda sorta really like, "I'm your neighborhood mayor." Jolie's has never had any children and probably has never seen a baby born into this world. I have experienced it twice and there is no way I could ever support taking the life of a godly, defenseless and sweet unborn human being that I helped to place in this world.
And Quinton smiled for the cameras as if he were there celebrating winning the Mayor's race. He said, ""Proud to be standing with women and allies in KC." And WHAT the Sam Hill does that mean Quinton? And Quinton, where do you specifically stand on the abortion issue since you seek to make it an issue? Is that like your... I'm for "racial justice?". Like Jolie, Quinton has never experienced seeing his own child being born.
I seek to be a mayor for all the people. What I specifically mean is... a mayor for those who have been most forgotten and are in the greatest need. And if I could, those unborn souls who have no one to defend them.
Clay Chastain, Write-in candidate for mayor.
You decide . . .