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Hear three prominent bellweather pastors share their perspective on difference between forgiveness and trust, and what stands out in their mind as most important in this Presidential Election.  Get informed from these three wise men on the who and  the why in this very important national election!  Last hour contains interview with two  prominent Pro-Lifers--Mrs. Sandra Cano and Don Simmons. 

Sandra Cano, the former "Doe" of Doe v Bolton companion case to Roe v Wade in the 1973 Supreme Court decisions allowing abortion and even permitting late-term abortion, . he was taken advantage of when she was a poor, uneducated, pregnant woman.  Although she was told she was getting legal-aid for divorce and custody of her children,  instead her case was used to open the door to abortion on demand.  Sandra Cano has never had an abortion, considered abortion or supported it.  She champions the rights of the unborn and disabled children.   Recently Sandra Cano's story was made part of a documentary called, "The Gift of Life" narrated by Mike Huckabee.    Donald Simmons is the author of the book series The Unborn.  Both are champions of the unborn and disabled child.  In this interview Mrs. Sandra Cano endorses Rick Santorum for President.

Sadly, we hear the news about of the fight for life in Rick Santorum's child Bella.  According to Santorum,  “I don’t know whether her life is going to be measured — it’s always been measured — in days and weeks. Yet here I am. … because I feel like I wouldn’t be a good dad if I wasn’t out here fighting for a country that would see the dignity in her and every other child", from Palm Beach Post 1-28-12.  Like Santorum, Sandra Cano is a fighter for life and she says with Rick Santorum as President you can be sure--"life" has a chance.

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