Pro-Life Ohio President Bonnie Oleksa already was paying close attention to the trickle of information available from news and online sources when contacted at her Plymouth home early Monday afternoon.
"I've been watching the Internet for any indication of where she
stands on the issue of the sanctity of life.I really don't know yet.So far, it doesn't look very good," Oleksa
noted that pro-life students were praying in front of the Supreme Court building and a syndicated columnist over the weekend predicted conservatives would not be happy with Miers.Oleksa
doesn't sense Bush is willing to fight for a change on the court that might lead to Roe vs.Wade being reversed.
wimping out," she