The "what might have been" and what one mother might have chosen.
Social conservatives cheer when Palin talks about the value of all children because her words are a subtle but clear signal of her staunch anti-abortion views.
Like many people with a developmentally disabled family member I welcome the introduction of the needs of the developmentally disabled into national policy debates. But we need policies and funding, not promises.
Republican vice presidential nominee Gov. Sarah Palin styles herself as a fierce protector of children and families, but her record on health insurance for children and pregnant women raises doubts about her priorities.
When Sarah Palin’s youngest child was diagnosed with Down’s Syndrome, she and her family made the choice to have the baby. All we’re asking for is to have the same choice and to prayerfully consider all options in such a circumstance.