100 percent. A+. The tops…perfection. So tough to come by, yet when achieved, it is often the culmination of hard, focused work. Who might be able to accomplish such a feat? Well, aside from a 7th grader who crammed moments before his vocabulary quiz, the Gentleman from Virginia, the Honorable Senator Mark Warner.

Please, join me in commending Senator Warner for his high marks.

The tireless efforts of this self-proclaimed “raging moderate” to defend the Constitution, promote limited government  and advocate for the free markets abortion, has earned him the dubious distinction of a 100% score on the Planned Parenthood Action Fund 2014 Congressional Scorecard.

Congratulations, Senator. No really, cheers!

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Well done.

During his short six years on the Hill, Mark Warner was, for lack of a better word, busy. He:

  1. twice voted to use your tax dollars to fund abortions overseas;
  2. voted to allow sexual predators and human traffickers to circumvent parental notification laws by transporting minors across state lines to undergo abortions;
  3. voted to provide abortions through the Affordable Care Act’s exchanges (twice); and then
  4. attacked the right of conscience of religious-affiliated hospitals and healthcare workers by forcing them to perform abortions and dispense emergency "contraceptives" - an abhorrent law that was, thankfully, soundly, defeated.

Oh, I almost forgot. The coup de grâce of his Planned Parenthood 100 percent-er voting streak – confirming Kathleen Sebelius as Secretary of Health and Human Services. With all the angst directed towards former Secretary Sebelius for the inept implementation of the Affordable Care Act and Healthcare.gov, we forgot a very important principle: when an eight year old takes a car for a test drive in the parking lot and crashes it, we don’t blame the child, we blame the parents who put them in the car unsupervised in the first place.

The dedication required to vote the abortion lobby line not once, twice, but ELEVEN times is draining. Or, at least it must be. I can only assume it was this fatigue that clouded his judgment when he voted “nearly $1 trillion in new taxes and $7 trillion in new debt” for future generations over that period.

That is, of course, if Senator Warner expected those future generations to ever be born after his valiant championing of the Planned Parenthood et al. agenda.

So share this post, "like" the photo, cry out from the mountain tops – let the world (or at least Virginia) know about the “fine” work Senator Mark Warner has done on behalf of the Commonwealth to advance the destruction of innocent life beyond the Blue Ridge. If they still believe Mark Warner is a “raging moderate,” send them my way - I have a bridge in Brooklyn for sale.

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