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BackgroundEdit

  • R, ran for PA Governor in 2002 with Jane Earll as Lt. Gov. and lost to Ed Rendell
  • Was PA Attorney General
  • From Allegheny County, Upper St. Clair

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Letter to the Editor, Mike Fisher is pro-life; vote accordingly Nov. 5=Edit

On Nov. 5, registered voters in Pennsylvania will elect a new governor who can either contribute to the legacy of this state or degrade the monumental legislative efforts of previous governors. A battle is raging between the Republican candidate, Mike Fisher, and the Democratic candidate, Ed Rendell. The gubernatorial debate on Sept. 18 in Eisenhower Auditorium didn't discuss the most critical issue at stake when the next governor gets elected -- abortion. Rendell is a staunch supporter of pro-choice legislation and would swing the door wide open for abortion clinics across the state.

On the other hand, the Republican candidate, Mike Fisher, has been an outspoken advocate for pro-life legislation here. In fact, he was the one responsible for writing the first pro-life bill in Pennsylvania. Should the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade, the pro-life bill would outlaw abortions in Pennsylvania, but make exceptions for victims of rape and incest and women who could die by giving birth.

The choice for which governor we want shouldn't be merely based on whether we want more or less taxes or whether we should save the wild animals. While these are all noble issues to pursue, we need to get back to the "basics of life."

I think it's horrible how a politician can get so caught up in his or her political shenanigans that he or she misses the most fundamental basis of our existence -- the gift of life.

David Wissler, junior-management

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