Saturday, October 18, 2008

Obama's Radical Abortion Stance

Ohilda at A Bouquet of Blessings has written an excellent article outlining some facts about abortion in the United States and Senator Barack Obama's position on it.

For instance, did you know that Sen. Obama has openly stated that his very first act as president would be to sign a bill reinforcing abortion rights?

Did you also know that he has continually and fervently supported allowing late-term and partial-birth abortions?

I would encourage you to go and check out Ohilda's post and then do some more research for yourself. If you, like me, support a right to life for all children, you may be shocked at what you find out. Senator Obama is a very charismatic speaker, who lulls you in with everything you want to hear. I was shocked to find out just how cruel and callous this seemingly gentle man could be.


MammaMia said...

It is an immoral time we live in! It is very sad that activits care more about animal rights than about unborn babies!

Nancy M. said...

The other night on the debate he said he was against late-term abortions, but for Roe vs. Wade.

I had heard before that he was for all abortions. I just don't understand. Thanks for the link, I will check it out.

Meridith @ The Road Less Traveled said...

Wow... powerful picture...

I found your blog on Joyfully Living's blogroll and am excited to connect with other Christian women.

Off to read more of your blog...

Debbie said...

I was in nurses' training when Roe vs Wade was passed. It was spring of 1973 and as a student I had to participate in caring for women who had abortions. As a 19 year old at the time, I didn't know much. But we had to examine the fetuses after the procedure and let me tell you, they had fingers and features of real babies, only tinier. It grieves me to think of the women who said it just wasn't convenient for them to have a baby at that time. I'm very concerned about the future of our country and pray that God's will be done.


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