Friday, June 27, 2008

Read this article. I am going to be sick right now. As if abortion was not atrocious enough, then comes partial birth abortion, and now induced labor abortion. Dude, how many ways can we think of to kill the next generation? Now we kill them once they are completely born. In the article, Obama concedes that once born, a baby is a person (as if they are not 7 seconds earlier in the birth canal) but then goes on to vote present on a bill that would outlaw this. Voting present is a no vote. This guy wants to lead our country, he wants to bring "Change?" If he can't vote against genocide and the sickest forms of it, then how is he going to lead our country, or what is left of it after he finishes killing all of it's kids. I hate this election, worst one in the history of my life. I can't vote for this guy and Mccain scares me too. Ah. Anyone else have a hunch that America is headed for a disaster? When was the last time we had a decent president? Reagan maybe? I don't know they either want to kill all the babies or bomb everyone else. Where is the party that respects ALL human life, foreign and domestic? We shouldn't have to choose the lesser evil, we should be a country that is blessed and respects the lives of others. Instead unconstitutionally kill everyone. What about everyone else's right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness? We preach democracy, then bomb the Iraqi children. Where is their right to live? We preach domestic peace, then legislate murder in babies. We preach forgiveness and letting go the need for revenge, then celebrate as we kill criminals in the death penalty. I do not mean to be preachy, because I am sure some of my readers disagree and that is OK, we can do that, but please agree that all life is meaningful and shouldn't be taken so lightly. I will end with this article's final description of the process of induced labor abortion. Mr. Obama said in a speech on the Illinois Senate floor that he could not accept that babies wholly emerged from their mother's wombs are "persons," and thus deserving of equal protection under the Constitution's 14th Amendment.

State and federal versions of this bill became an issue earlier this decade because of "induced labor abortion." This is usually performed on a baby with Down's Syndrome or another problem discovered on the cusp of viability. A doctor medicates the mother to cause premature labor. Babies surviving labor are left untreated to die.
On a side note: If you get pregnant before the wedding, no need to hide it or get a new dress, just do what she did below.


  1. i feel the same way. i'm so disappointed in this election.

  2. "Anyone else have a hunch that America is headed for a disaster?"
    Great Post

  3. People are headed for disaster. You live in america and give rights to some but not others? for instance believe in the 'right of life' but support president/gov't/country that can at any point, declare a draft? aka force you to chance your death? war? or choose to live in a state where the death penalty is legal? Come on...unfortunately the world is changing, it's so lenient, almost anything is acceptable. Death is celebrated, esp in movies. Sex is celebrated, esp in movies. I dont think any man or any woman who hasn't been pregnant or been violated to become pregnant has the right to determine what is right for their body. And I think everyone that has a religious belief has the conviction equally strong as anyone elses. It is sad, to have to choose...Do we choose Obama b/c he has huge humanitarian plans but may believe in abortion or a persons right to choose? Or did we choose Bush b/c he didn't agree with abortion but instead we sign our name saying please don't abort but go ahead kill millions, take our homes, our jobs, listen to our phone calls, and don't respond properly to the poor or natural disasters...none of it makes sense if you ask me.
    My whole office was just talking about this this morning. Thing is we don't really know these candidates. We can just pray or hope for the best. We don't have the choice or the 'people power' we tend to believe we have.