Written by Laurie Higgins
In a Chicago Sun Times article, U.S. Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-Rockford) says Donald Trump“needs to begin to act like… someone worthy of Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan’s job.”
Kinzinger says he agrees “100 percent” with Paul Ryan’s decision to be outspoken “when Trump says things that violate his conscience, violate our party,” and that speaking out is an honorable thing to do.
Kinzinger threatens that if Trump “wants to say that we can basically throw away [Republicans] that have dedicated a good part of their lives to bringing forward a Republican view, he’ll do that at his own peril.”
Kinzinger says that if the vote were held today, he would not vote for Trump.
Now, if only Kinzinger would take a principled and bold public stance like that on taradiddler U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (R-Illinois) who has proven himself unworthy of any elected office, who has said things that violate the consciences of many Republicans, who has violated party principles, and who “has basically thrown away Republicans who have dedicated a good part of their lives to bringing forward a Republican view” of marriage and the intrinsic value of all human lives.
While Mark Kirk campaigns on his support for feticide and for taxpayer subsidies for Planned Parenthood, and while he has time and time again publicly supported every homosexuality-affirming legislation to come down the crumbling pike, and when he stood as the lone Republican rejoicing with homosexuals on the Supreme Court steps on the day the Obergefell case—the marriage equivalent of Roe v. Wade—was heard, where, oh where was the bold principled Adam Kinzinger?
Take ACTION: Let Congressman Kinzinger know what you think about the inconsistencies in his application of principles by sending him an email: info@ElectAdam.com