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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Obama's Claim to Seek Common Ground on Abortion Hypocritical

Barack Obama claims to want to find "common ground" on abortion with pro-lifers, but his appointments so far reflect a rabid commitment to the murder of children. All his major appointments are not just pro-abortion, but abortion extremists. With Hillary Clinton at the State Department overseeing U.S. foreign aid including the United Nations Population Fund which supports China's gruesome one-child policy, Americans can expect a return to the Carter and Clinton years of requiring abortion for the third world in exchange for foreign aid. While doctors in poor countries lamented the lack of antibiotics, anti-diarrhea medicine, and other common drugs, they described shelves filled with chemical contraceptives, condoms, and abortifacients. Look for the United States once again to reflect the ugly elitism that pressures the poor to kill their children.

One more example of Obama's abortion extremism is apparent in the naming of Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards to his kitchen cabinet. Planned Parenthood continues to be in the spotlight over aiding and abetting statutory rape, Obama has promised his total commitment to the organization. There is no common ground between Planned Parenthood, the largest child-killing organization in the world, and the pro-life community. The talk about finding common ground is a sham. Meanwhile fake Catholic groups like Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good and Catholics United, both funded by pro-abortion billionaire George Soros, continue to throw dust in the eyes of Catholics to try to make abortion a non-issue in politics. Their agenda is more about promoting the liberal left than the common good. Why else would they take hundreds of thousands of dollars from an anti-Catholic pro-abort like Soros?

3 comments:

Turfsuper said...

You will kill more children than any as long as you continue to blame the government for Christians killing their own unborn.

When will the Catholic Church stop blaming government for their failure?

Mary Ann Kreitzer said...

Government has a teaching effect. I don't blame the government for anything except its failure to protect the innocent and its enabling of acts that are, by their nature, criminal. If the government legalized rape tomorrow it would still be evil and criminal in the sight of God. Abortion is evil and the government by enabling it influences the weak to engage in it or be coerced into it.

Turfsuper said...

So as I understand your position, the Church has no responsibility for it’s total abject failure when their Christian followers kill their own unborn children.

Rape is immoral but it’s illegal so we can punish those who rape. Rape is immoral and it’s illegal. Apparently Christian families don’t believe themselves that abortion is immoral because Christians have killed many millions.

If the government made abortion illegal tomorrow Christians would still practice abortion. What kinds of punishment do you propose? How would you enforce the statutes and regulations? Would birth control have different consequences than late term abortion?