The Family Institute of Connecticut didn’t much like the recent comments of U.S. Reps. Elizabeth Esty and Rosa DeLauro about a bill that would ban abortions at 20 weeks or more.
Esty called the bill “contemptuous towards women’s health.” But Peter Wolfgang, the FIC’s executive director, said it was Esty who was ”contemptuous of the right to life of your fellow human beings.”
In a post on the FIC’s blog, Wolfgang also took a verbal swipe at the Connecticut Republican party:
“All the post-election nonsense on how the GOP should drop social conservatism evaporated once the public was exposed to the horror of late-term (and ‘post-birth’) abortion during Kermit Gosnell’s trial. That is why the House was able to pass the Pain Capable Child Protection Act.
“But why have we not heard a word from the CT GOP about the five Democratic Congressmen from our state who voted to sentence late-term unborn children to horrifying deaths? Is it because Andrew Roraback would have voted the same way?“