Phyllis Schlafly

Will you urge congressional committee chairmen to hold public hearings on the grab for legislative powers by supremacist judges, and then take appropriate action to require the judiciary to respect the separation of powers?

Will you vote to tie federal school appropriations to informed, written parental consent for curricula, surveys, classes or books that may be privacy-invading or offensive to religion or conscience?

Will you vote to defund Planned Parenthood?

Will you pledge to vote no on any attempt to repeal DOMA?

Will you support the right of all fit parents to the care, custody and control of the upbringing of their children, even if parents are divorced?

Will you vote no on any effort to revive the so-called Equal Rights Amendment and on any legislation implying that the ERA, which expired in 1982, is still somehow viable?

Will you vote against repeal of the law that forbids open homosexuals from serving in our military?

Will you oppose any and all proposals for a national Constitutional Convention (known as a Con Con)?

Will you oppose any attempt to bypass the Electoral College by a vote-transfer deceit called National Popular Vote?

Will you vote against any legislation to pretend that the District of Columbia is a state and entitled to a state's representation in Congress?

Will you vote no on any carbon tax or cap-and-trade bill?

Will you vote to eliminate the ban on our favorite light bulbs?

Will you vote no on card check, which eliminates the secret ballot in workers' elections?

Will you vote for legislation providing that actions claiming a violation of the Establishment Clause shall not be eligible for an award of attorney's fees?

Questions especially for Senate candidates:

Will you vote no on the New START Treaty, which would restrict our right to build anti-missile defenses?

Will you vote no on the U.N. Law of the Sea Treaty?

Will you vote no on the U.N. Treaty on the Rights of the Child?

Will you vote no on the U.N. Treaty on Women (known as CEDAW)?

Will you vote against any judicial nominee who espouses the unconstitutional theories of a "living" or "evolving" Constitution, or an "activist" judiciary?

The more yes answers to these questions, the more support the candidate deserves.

Phyllis Schlafly

Phyllis Schlafly is a national leader of the pro-family movement, a nationally syndicated columnist and author of Feminist Fantasies.
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