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The Democratic Party has not always been so extreme on abortion.

"He is the flawless chairman for a party whose platform says, 'We support abortion on demand up until the moment of birth, paid for by tax dollars, '" Quigley told WND and Radio America.

It is unthinkable that a genuinely pro-life Democrat could even be seriously considered for the national ticket today. That leaves people like Omaha, Nebraska, mayoral candidate Heath Mello out in the cold. Co-sponsoring a 2009 bill requiring women be informed they have the medical right to view an ultrasound prior to getting an abortion.

Last week, several Democratic leaders, including former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, supported Mello at a sold-out "unity tour".

The senator added that Mello's opponent, the incumbent Republican mayor, is also anti-abortion and has invited Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker to campaign for her.

"I have served many years in Congress with members who have not shared my very positive - my family would say aggressive - position on promoting a woman's right to choose".

"That's not a pro-life position".

Claiming that he remains "personally pro-life", Mello told The Huffington Post Thursday that he will "never do anything to restrict access to reproductive health care", including abortions.

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Sanders also said during the interview that "the model of the Democratic party is failing". "Every candidate who runs as a Democrat should do the same ..."

On Monday, Rep. Michael John Gray, D-Augusta, and chairman of the Democratic Party of Arkansas said ideological purity leaves little room for compromise on the group's most important issues. According to the Hill, the allegedly pro-diversity DNC's new "for abortion-lovers only" stance is likely to alienate the relatively few pro-life Democratic politicians out there, including West Virginia's relatively middle-of-the-road Joe Manchin. "I really do", King said.

Yes, the current braintrust of a party has chose to post a "No Homers" sign outside their clubhouse and tell voters who can and cannot sit with them.

Meanwhile, while independents favored less government by 22 percentage points in 2010, they now favor more government by 22 percentage points.

The best reason white evangelicals and other religious conservatives had to vote for Donald Trump previous year was that he would be better for the pro-life cause than Hillary Clinton. Democrats for Life has been urging the party to "open the big tent" to pro-life Democrats.

'They can go f*** themselves, ' Trump said, not saying the f-word aloud, but leaving it out like a radio edit.

The Pew Research Center polling has revealed that about 30 percent of Democrats say abortion should be illegal in all or mostly all cases. His litmus test - as it was quickly described - spurred a number of responses demanding or reiterating that the Democratic Party be welcoming to those who oppose legal abortion.