Maybe it was the pink shoes?

The networks reacted negatively to Ted Cruz’s “long-winded protest.” On Wednesday, George Stephanopoulos derided it as “bizarre.” This is not exactly the reception Democratic state senator Wendy Davis received when she fought against pro-life legislation in Texas.

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Head of CCHD was the campaign treasurer for the woman who filibustered the Texas legislature to stop anti-abortion legislation

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While the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) has come under well deserved scrutiny for supporting groups such as ACORN and groups with ties to promoting abortion, CMR has uncovered that Ralph McCloud, while heading the CCHD in 2008, was simultaneously working as a highly placed campaign official for a pro-choice politician seeking to unseat a pro-life politician.

As you likely know, CCHD is the bishops’ anti-poverty program which funds community organizing and economic development projects and has been at the center of a number of controversies. Ralph McCloud was named head of the CCHD in November 2007. In his first year as head of the CCHD, according to public records, McCloud also worked as the Treasurer for Planned Parenthood endorsed Democrat Wendy Davis.

Why would the director of the CCHD, during his tenure as head of an ostensibly Catholic institution act as champion and treasurer of a campaign for a pro-abortion politician seeking to oust a pro-life politician? This is the textbook definition of scandal.

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Recent Senate vote reveals existence of disgusting pro-abortion Republican Rogue’s Gallery

Life News reports that senators voted 63-33 to surpass the 60-vote threshold necessary to stop the filibuster and approve McConnell’s nomination to the District Court for the District of Rhode Island.

Arizona Sen. John McCain was among 11 Senate Republicans joining all Democrats to end debate and thus guarantee his approval.

Others who voted for cloture and to permit McConnell to become a lifetime federal judge were: Lamar Alexander (TN), Scott Brown (MA), Susan Collins and Olympia Snowe (Maine), Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson (GA), Lindsey Graham (SC), Mark Kirk (Ill), Lisa Murkowski (AK) and John Thune (SD).

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