If your a Democrat and say 'but I don't agree with everything, over all it's the way to go....' have you considered what it is you disagree with and could it be those things are the most important? How about voting for those that you agree with on the MOST IMPORTANT issues that mean something instead of categorizing dems from reps. Sorry if you find that those people who you don't agree with on the most crucial issues happen to be all dems. Why is it so hard to change your minds when 90% of what you say about opposing parties is repeated from what you heard from the dems and not from your own research that leads to the truth. A truth you refuse to admit. Try this for the obvious.....
WASHINGTON, D.C., January 10, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives voted Friday
against adopting language that would have merely added preborn children to existing safety regulations on drinking water.
HR 535, the PFAS Action Act of 2019, would amend the federal Safe Drinking Water Act by adding “unborn child” to its list
of subpopulations that would be particularly vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water. It defines “unborn child” as a
“member of the species homo sapiens, at any stage of development who is carried in the womb,” which has already been used in federal law in the Unborn Victims of Violence Act.
This morning, the House voted on a motion to recommit HR 535 offered by Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA). It was shot down by a 187-219 vote.
“Most importantly, it protects the unborn child, something I hope everyone in this room can agree should be one of our greatest priorities: to protect people before they are born, and at every stage of their lives,” she said on the House floor. “I urge my colleagues to support science by supporting my motion to recommit.”
“This motion ensures that unborn babies are taken into consideration when studying the effects of certain toxins on vulnerable populations,” Susan B. Anthony List president Marjorie Dannenfelser declared. “To vote against it would be to vote against protecting unborn babies, who may be particularly vulnerable to chemical exposure.”
The Democrat-controlled House has consistently opposed the most modest of pro-life measures, most notably legislation to require basic medical treatment for infants born alive after failed abortions.