Businessman Greg Orman is the Independent candidate for U.S. Senate in Kansas. He is challenging incumbent Republican Sen. Pat Roberts.
According to a website which tracks candidate positions, Orman thinks the Hobby Lobby decision was wrong. “This is a dangerous precedent to set and opens the door to many more court challenges from private employers,” his website says. Orman says he supports access to abortion services.
Recently an image has surfaced showing where Ormom is getting some of his support.
The,uploaded to twitter by blogger Andrew Bair,shows an abortion clinic in Kansas with Greg Orman’s election poster in their window.
The abortion clinic is the Center for Women’s Health
According to the pro-abortion blog RH Reality Check , “Orman, while he has not spoken at length on the subject, has staked out a pro-choice position on reproductive rights. Orman believes that women must be trusted “to make decisions about their own reproductive health,” according to his campaign site. He’s also supportive of same-sex marriage.”
On so-called “reproductive rights” code for abortion, Orman’s campaign website reads, “We’ve spent a lot of time over the last two decades debating whether or not women should have the right to make decisions about their own reproductive health. As a man, I’ll never have to face some of the decisions that women have to make. I know the women of Kansas are smart, and I trust them to make their own decisions about their reproductive health.
“I believe it’s time for our government to move past this issue and start focusing on other important issues, such as healthcare and higher education affordability, tax code simplification, and fixing our broken immigration system.”
Well, I suppose that having the endorsement of an abortion clinic in moving past abortion about as far as you can get- NOT!