Thursday, March 13

Obomination, Abortion and the Vote

Obama is the most pro-abortion candidate ever to seriously have a shot at the Whitehouse. This was amply demonstrated by Terence Jeffery at CNS News and Obama's vote on partial-birth abortion as well as the born-alive infant protection action act. The act passed the US Senate 98-0. Obama voted against it. He also voted against notifying partnes of minor who get out of state abortions. These are extreme positions. Politically, the American public disagrees with these positions by margins as high as 70 and 80%.

What affect will this have in the general election? Depends. Most of the news and chatter have given him a pass on the issue. Obama can talk about hope and change, but that promise has limits. You must be a certain age before his speech goals apply.

I hate to say it, but I doubt the knowledge will have much impact on the black vote: they seem settled to vote for Obama regardless of what he does or what he says which is really sad. However, in the general election, Obama's record could push many Hispanic and rural votes away from his candidancy. Right now Obama rides a black and upper crust wave. Primaries work with a relatively small lefty block. When he tries to hit the mainstream will he have swung too far to the left to ever return? If we want hope and change, let's hope that he has and move to change our America to a more welcoming place.

Banning Saline Abortions: Next Step Toward a Loving Humanity



A Minnesota
pro-life group is supporting a new bill to ban saline abortions in what could
become the next targeted method of abortion now that partial-birth abortions
have been banned nationwide. Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life says the
abortion procedure kills unborn children but is also dangerous for women.



Lawmakers introduced House and Senate versions of the bill,
S.F. 3575 and H.F. 3947, this week.



“Saline abortions are one of the most brutal and inhumane
medical procedures performed today,” MCCL legislative associate Jordan Bauer
told LifeNews.com

Let the protection of life proceed.



Abortion: Next Step Toward a Loving Humanity



A Minnesota
pro-life group is supporting a new bill to ban saline abortions in what could
become the next targeted method of abortion now that partial-birth abortions
have been banned nationwide. Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life says the
abortion procedure kills unborn children but is also dangerous for women.



Lawmakers introduced House and Senate versions of the bill,
S.F. 3575 and H.F. 3947, this week.



“Saline abortions are one of the most brutal and inhumane
medical procedures performed today,” MCCL legislative associate Jordan Bauer
told LifeNews.com

Let the protection of life proceed.