July 28, 2010, - 2:51 pm

Whores: Right to Life Endorses Pro-Choice Candidate

By Debbie Schlussel

The problem with the Republican Party is that it gives us few good options against liberal Democrats.  And Right to Life–which mostly endorses Republicans–is a big part of that. It helps the crap rise to the top.

And it leads to candidates like Lois Shulman, a pro-choice hack who failed the the bar (THREE TIMES!) and is a lifetime member of pro-gun control, pro-abortion, pro-illegal alien Hadassah. (Another such Republican candidate is Andrew “Rocky” Raczkowski, who also failed the bar on several occasions, despite studying for it with his friend, convicted felon Kwame Kilpatrick, who passed.)

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Lois Shulman: Right to Life’s Pro-Choice Candidate Owns Stem Cell Co

Yup, that’s who Right to Life of Michigan endorsed–and who House Republicans are helping and supporting–in next week’s August 3rd Michigan primary election for a House seat in Michigan’s 39th district encompassing part of suburban Detroit.  The thing is, Shulman, who recently divorced her equally sleazy and intellectually-challenged hubby, Marc Shulman, owns a good chunk (12.75%) of a stem cell company that works with and harvests embryonic and other stem cells.  It’s in their divorce settlement.  Embryonic stem cells.  The company’s “partners” are University of Miami researchers who work with embryonic stem cells. Does that sound “pro-life” to you?  And that’s in addition to the fact that, when they were married and Marc Shulman ran for State Representative, he took money from Hezbollah agent and convicted insurance defrauder Ali Jawad and Medicaid defrauder and Islamic terrorism supporter Ismael Ahmed.

I learned the hard way about Right to Life and its Michigan chapter, Right to Life of Michigan, which is headed by queen whore, Barbara Listing.  She’s a political prostitute if there ever was one.

When I ran for the Michigan House in 1990, I lost by just one vote to a pro-choice liberal.  I had several Jewish people tell me they didn’t vote for me because I was pro-life.  I lost an election for my pro-life convictions.  Had I been pro-choice, I’d have been elected because of the make up of the district at the time.  In 1998, when I ran again,  Right to Life of Michigan endorsed openly pro-choice candidate Marc Shulman, Lois Shulman’s incompetent, failed trial lawyer husband, against me, despite the fact that he had always been publicly pro-abortion.  Shulman even filed lawsuits (which failed) for “wrongful birth” of a baby.  But a few weeks before the election, he claimed he met with his rabbi (he’s a lapsed Jew who observes little and gave out hams for Christmas), and they decided he’d be “pro-life.”  Uh-huh.

Now, his ex-wife is doing the fakery, claiming she has now changed her mind, too.  But in 1998, when I ran against her hubby, she told a Jewish forum and the Detroit Jewish News that she’s proudly pro-choice, in an effort to get pro-choice people to vote for her lying spouse.  It’s not the first time she’s lied.  When she ran for the Michigan House a few years ago, Mrs. Shulman claimed she was a lawyer.  But she failed the bar three times.  And she told more lies.  From a previous post of mine on the RINO Shulman clan:

Apparently, conniving and scamming is a family affair. In her unsuccessful campaign, Lois Shulman claimed that she was an attorney. Problem is, she isn’t one–she flunked the Michigan Bar THREE(!) times. When confronted by a local newspaper, she claimed she was too busy raising children to pass the bar. One little problem: At the time of her three failed bar attempts, she didn’t have any children. She lied about being pro-life to get the Right to Life endorsement. But Right to Life was shown her statement to the Detroit Jewish News that she’s been strongly pro-choice her entire life. She also claimed that she was a researcher for the University of Michigan, but the school has no record of her ever working there.

[Lois Shulman’s late father] Meyer Warshawsky, served as a drug judge in Michigan’s Oakland County. He was removed from the bench over allegations that he colluded with prosecutors to fix trials against drug defendants, and claims that he sought dates with female jurors (he is married).

So, why is Right to Life endorsing this pro-choice, embryonic stem cell company owner?  I called Right to Life of Michigan PAC official Larry Galmish, and he couldn’t give me much of a response beyond guffawing.  I informed him of the facts.  And yet the endorsement stands.

Remember that the next time Right to Life asks you for a dime.  Ask them why they spent your previous dimes to help elect a pro-choice advocate who makes money on harvesting embryonic stem cells and is a life member of a group, Hadassah, that lobbies for easier abortions under the law.

Then, ask them why they call themselves Right to Life.  More like, Right to Lie.  And to be political whores.

There’s nothing “Right” with this organization.  Not even close.

They are frauds.

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35 Responses

You can’t be “Pro Life” and support a “Pro Choice” candidate.

It’s not possible. The truth is she’s Pro Choice supporting a Pro Choice candidate.

Actions speak louder than words. I am full of truisms.

As goes Israel - So goes the World on July 28, 2010 at 3:05 pm

Can’t you be “pro life” and support a “pro choice” candidate for other reasons?

After all, there are other issues in the world, in addition to abortion.

RT: You are missing the point. I’ve voted for pro-choice candidates and the issue isn’t the most important to me. This is about a group–Right To Life–that is supposed to be about one issue that supports opponents of that issue, and about a candidate who openly lied about her position on the issue and is a hypocrite. DS

Red Tulips on July 28, 2010 at 3:13 pm

    Nothing trumps murder.

    As goes Israel - So goes the World on July 28, 2010 at 4:00 pm

    No, you can’t and shouldn’t support a pro-death candidate. That’s what pro-choice is: pro-death. The same goes for a Christian: you can not be a Christian and be for abortion (ie: pro-choice). We need to wake up to the pro-death agenda of the politicians.

    Elizabeth on July 28, 2010 at 4:49 pm

Debbie, would you consider ever running again?

John N on July 28, 2010 at 3:35 pm

Oy! Again with the narrow forehead!

Graty Slapchop on July 28, 2010 at 3:50 pm

I’d like to see Debbie run for President. But given the present makeup of the Republican Party, a traditional pro-life Republican like her wouldn’t stand a chance. And then there’s her faith. That about sums up the straits the Republican Party is in today, considering all the winds it has at its back. Yeah, they will readily abandon principle for the sake of victory. And there are lots of zonahs in the conservative house.

NormanF on July 28, 2010 at 4:28 pm

    NormanF – aside from what you mention, Debbie does not have a chance to be President. One of the things I reallylike about her, her integrity, is what dooms her as a politician.

    I_AM_ME on July 28, 2010 at 4:49 pm

I am more bothered by Shulman’s lies about not passing the bar than anything else. Claiming she is an attorney when she is not is a felony.

I actually believe in post-natal abortion, starting with 1.2 billion Muslims.

jgrant on July 28, 2010 at 4:33 pm

I have 2 bumper stickers on my car. (1) “A Pro-Choice Catholic is a Pro-Abortion Catholic”, (2) “You cannot be Catholic and Pro-Abortion”. Some people, for some reason, have MAJOR problems with these statements. I’m sure Pelousi, Biden, Kerry, (Dead) Kennedy, etc. would agree.

codekeyguy on July 28, 2010 at 5:15 pm

“headed by queen whore, Barbara Listing”

lmao…Reading that almost caused me to spit soda through my nose!!

ebayer on July 28, 2010 at 5:25 pm

    To: ebayer: “headed by queen whore, Barbara Listing”. I had the same reaction, but I love it. It’s sounds like you’re reading the Bible. I’m sure such language would be used by any writer in the Bible if they were around today, in order not to leave any doubt.

    Raymond on July 29, 2010 at 8:10 am

Debbie Thank You for standing for LIFE—-We must not let these people who will not defend the most helpless amongst us into office. I have always said if they will not protect and stand for an innocent baby, then what makes people think they are going to truly stand for them.

All of us are here because we came through the womb of our mothers.

WE all needed help getting here, and we all need to make sure these people who do NOT stand for LIFE; Do not get to where they are going—REPRESENTING US IN OFFICE!

Miss Truth on July 28, 2010 at 6:24 pm

I’m glad she flunked the bar exam. She would have done more damage if she had been a lawyer.

Groups like Right to Life, the NRA and other single-issue groups are frequently opportunistic. Sometimes it’s patronage, sometimes it’s some little crumb given to them at the expense of the broader conservative movement that would have helped their cause more in the long run.

Maybe they got the promise of a little grant if she wins, or a minor patronage position, but it’s just like many of the so-called conservative evangelical groups that support illegal immigration (I realize of course that there are also many principled evangelicals).

These liberal Republicans think their liberalism is the ticket to election, since they’ll get the Republicans and some moderates. We have to stop voting for people like that, and we need to vocally criticize the single-issue groups, as you are, when they take unfortunate positions –

Little Al on July 28, 2010 at 6:58 pm

I was born Jewish but converted to Christianity partly because I was sick of having to be identified with people like the subject of this article.

Liberal Jews turn more people off to Jews and Judaism than anything else.

Sandi on July 28, 2010 at 7:23 pm

    Let’s see…..

    “Someone is a traitor to my people’s beliefs. So I’ll be a traitor, too!”

    Very intelligent.

    Shy Guy on July 29, 2010 at 2:13 am

Red Tulip:

National Right To Life is a single issue organization. They should only endorse people with a strong, identifiable pro-life record. If there is no such candidate, then they should endorse no one. Basically, NRTL is a Republican Party subsidiary, just like the NAACP is a Democratic Party one. That explains why NRTL and the other leading “pro-life” organizations never even tried to expand their base back in the 1980s and 1990s when it was still possible to overturn Roe v. Wade. It also explains why NRTL and the other pro-life groups didn’t turn on Ronald Reagan despite his putting two pro-abortion judges on the Supreme Court. (Reagan is still considered a warrior for the pro-life cause precisely because they went along and didn’t call him out.) And it explains why the pro-life groups worked to get pro-abortion George H. W. Bush and George W. Bush elected.

It’s just a scam, a game to get people from the good old boy network elected. The worst part is that a lot of sincere religious people continue to get their time, money and passions bilked out of them by these alleged pro-life groups because their pastors won’t tell them what is really going on.

Gerald on July 28, 2010 at 9:14 pm

THE COMMANDMENT to “be fruitful and multiply” appears so early in the Bible that you’d almost think it is of special importance to God. Silly, me…

That’s what makes Bobby Jindal such a great politician. He is 99.5% pro-life AND he is the homegrown American son of immigrants who entered America as LEGAL IMMIGRANTS.

Murder of the unborn precedes abuse of the elderly. Which precedes some other social insanity, we haven’t seen yet. That atheist, Barack Obama, embraced partial-birth abortions first, before he could conceive of those “check-out centres” for the elderly.

The candidate who is not necessarily right on the issues but knows how to package that… AND the hot item of the day…to his constituency can only win.

Bush sold Americans on continued security. Obama sold Americans on change. Both are polar opposites on the other basic issues, yet both won. At different times. Because they got the hot item right.

Right-to-Life has become a lousy one-trick pony that really shouldn’t have “the voice” on life issues. Hopefully, a better group will emerge that will really push the life agenda along without any sort of compromise with its sworn enemies.

It must be a bitter pill to swallow to lose twice because of these kind of backdoor deals. Still, the Republicans need Right-to-Life.

A third party should push the life issues and point to the failings of corrupt Right-to-Life group and still win the endorsement of the Pro-Life crowd.

The Canadien on July 28, 2010 at 9:49 pm

Debbie you wrote, “I had several Jewish people tell me they didn’t vote for me because I was pro-life. I lost an election for my pro-life convictions. Had I been pro-choice, I’d have been elected because of the make up of the district at the time.”

Debbie you didn’t lose the people of Michigan lost!! Standing by your convictions is never losing.

Yes the Michigan Right to Life group should be ashamed of itself.

CaliforniaScreaming on July 28, 2010 at 11:53 pm

Raczkowski failed the bar 3 times. Since Kwame passed, you write Rocky off. Are you saying he isn’t smart enough or he’s pro abortion? The only other Repub is Welday–and he’s Hezbollah. So what are you saying here on this?

BB: Um, that’s the point of the piece. The GOP gives you horrible choices in that race. Horrible. Rocky is in bed with Muslims, too, and a complete failure and fraud. I would not vote for either of these guys. I’d vote for the Dem, Gary Peters, who has been outspokenly anti-jihad and pro-Israel, and isn’t a fraud and a scumbag in bed with Muslims like these two. I’ll take an honest anti-jihad liberal any day over either of these two phonies. Wake up. DS

BB on July 29, 2010 at 12:12 am

    Not voting for Peters again. Wake up! I’m checking the other allegations on Rocky. You are wrong on the bar, he says he didn’t take it. Says that you hold a grudge over a past campaign. I’m checking the Israel angle–but he says he hates Weldays pro jihad angle too. You want vote for open borders Peters, that’s insanity. Peters, With his Obama care and the rest–the fact that he is an Obama lap dog should be enough–but not when you have a DS grudge. Yes, then all bets are off.

    BB on July 29, 2010 at 10:07 pm

And it leads to candidates like Lois Shulman, a pro-choice hack who failed the the bar (THREE TIMES!) and is a lifetime member of pro-gun control, pro-abortion, pro-illegal alien Hadassah.

I don’t remember Hadassah being any of those things.

MRS: You may not “remember” that. But your memory needs to be refreshed, as those are facts. Go to Hadassah’s website and look up the group’s official statements and positions on each of these issues. DS

Miranda Rose Smith on July 29, 2010 at 1:52 am

This is a disturbing trend. Pro-life groups/ppl endorsing pro-aborts and pro-gun groups endorsing anti-gun ppl. I suspect money is what wins the endorsement.

Brian on July 29, 2010 at 2:06 am

A good bookmark for everyone:

Just the Facts

Shy Guy on July 29, 2010 at 3:09 am

From that lois shulman… I expect a whinny at any minute!
She probably eats too much sweet feed and it messed up her reasoning power! You DO know how small horse brains are, doncha’.

Sewsalot on July 29, 2010 at 11:09 am

An organization dedicated to the right to life supporting a pro-choice (anti-life) candidate is pretty much an oxymoron.

Bobby'sBrain on July 29, 2010 at 12:40 pm

Where’s the evidence that “Stem Cell Growth Inc.” (the Shulman stem cell company) does anything with embryonic stem cells? Debbie provides no evidence for this claim. The company’s web site lists multiple types of stem cells they use, none of which are embryonic.

http://stemcellgrowthinc.com/stemCellTherapies/types.html#Content

Does she not know the difference between adult and embryonic stem cells?

J: Stem Cell Growth, Inc. also works with embryonic stem cells with its named partner, the University of Miami, which works with and studies embryonic stem cells. Please try to do your homework. DS

JivinJ on July 29, 2010 at 4:31 pm

Do you have any actual evidence that Stem Cell Growth,Inc. does embryonic stem cell research?

Are you arguing that simply because the University of Miami does embryonic stem cell research and is partnering with SCG that SCG has to be performing embryonic stem cell research?

How do you know the SCG and the U of M aren’t partnering to do non-embryonic stem cell research (which the U of M also does)?

Unless you have actual evidence, you seem to be jumping to conclusions.

JivinJ on July 29, 2010 at 4:59 pm

RTL of Michigan has endorsed Mike Cox for governor. Now I have to question that endorsement. Please let us know things about Mike and the other Michigan candidates that we might not otherwise hear in the media or discover unless we have access to the inside scoop. THANK YOU for all you do to tell us the missing/hidden info. Blessings!

Aurora on July 29, 2010 at 6:29 pm

Go to Hadassah’s website and look up the group’s official statements and positions on each of these issues. DS

Miranda Rose Smith on July 29, 2010 at 1:52 am

Reply

I will do that.

Miranda Rose Smith on July 30, 2010 at 1:58 am

I have a secret I need to let everyone know…

I’m really a homosexual muslum who’s afraid of my sexual proclivities…

That’s why I spew so much hate…

as Goes israel - so Goes the world on August 1, 2010 at 12:51 am

Mike Cox is rock solid prolife – he took our ban on partial birth abortion all the way to the Supreme Court. His daughter just returned from a tour of duty in Iraq as a Marine.

He’s the only candidate without a flaw on the pro-life issue – I do not support MI RTL. They don’t care if you are pro-life; only if you have money and are electable.

BUT on Mike Cox — they are right to endorse him.

Judy on August 1, 2010 at 2:53 am

The problem is political whores. They’ll go down on ANY idea for $5,000 than go to the the next room, next idea, and pronounce that idea “BEST EVAH” for another $5,000. I just pitched the idea of having a policy page for the Republicans where people could donate to support policy ideas. The funds would be available to ANY politician equally 30 days before the election if they would sign the “McCain Clause” stating that if they didn’t introduce it every session or ever voted against it they’d be personnally responsible for repaying the funds. Eh?

SenatorMark4 on August 1, 2010 at 12:11 pm

Why has the website for Stem Cell Growth Inc. disappeared?

I4got on October 24, 2010 at 11:34 pm

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