Infanticide is almost at the bottom of the slippery abortion slope!

Years ago it would have been hard for any of us to believe that an intelligent adult human being would permit the killing of a pre-born baby human being in the womb some time before the baby’s birth.  Nobody would have believed fifty years or less ago that humans would ever permit such a gross violation of God’s law, “thou shalt not kill.”

Yet, today we see it all the time, and the Supreme Court says it is not against any United States law to take the life of a baby as long as it is in the womb. Many in the United States have dismissed it as fait accompli and something that is and must be. But this is not so and cannot be so. We have no right to kill.

Ironically, the Huffington Post, well known for  its “pro-choice” orientation as one of the major backers of Planned Parenthood became pro-life overnight on May 1, 2011. On May 2, the Post published a piece by psychologist Pamela Gerloff insisting on treating each life with dignity — when that life was Osama bin Laden’s. The tiniest infant in the womb has more grace from God than this evil monster who killed thousands of innocent people. It is amazing how twisted pro-choice logic is when a terrorist is involved. 

 

As bad as murdering a child in the womb may seem to most, this is not actually where it ends. There is the law and there is how the law is practiced. There are too many cases in which children who were supposed to be aborted are killed outside the womb to make up for a bothced abortion and avoid a "wrongful birth" lawsuit. When a baby miraculously and unexpectedly survives an abortion, it is clearly a baby and not a "fetus," yet the wrath of the abortionist often snuffs out the life of the small baby before it has a chance to taste of life. How is that fair?

You may recall the story of Chicago nurse Jill Stanek discovered that babies were being born alive during abortions and left to die in utility closets at Christ Hospital in 1999.Our President in some way has involvement in this travesty. As an Illinois State Senator, Barack Obama voted 4 times against a bill that would have protected babies born alive during an abortion. The Born-Alive Infants Protection Act was drafted after Jill Stanek’s complaints but President Obama did not vote for the act. Instead, he voted “present.”

Robert P. Casey Jr. made his decision publicly in 2008 when he wholeheartedly backed a man whose stance on abortion can be compared to the infamous Butcher of Lyon. Casey was chastised by his own Catholic Bishop, Joseph Martino for his backing of Barack Obama, but somehow the Bishop got fired.  Senators are very powerful people

Barack Hussein Obama had his chance multiple times to vote out the notion of wrongful birth / live birth when he was an Ilinois Senator. The alternative was the starving / casting aside of a child after birth. He voted with the minority meaning that "born babies" who are unwanted have no reason to live. Though the Carnage might not reach the level of Klaus Barbie, how many must die for it to be significant to Obama? Does a newborn baby know that he or she is hungry?

Most of the bad Barack Obama came out in the Illinois Senate debates with Alan Keyes. To cover up his disdain for the pro-life cause, Obama manufactured ten excuses that explain why he voted present four times,meaning it was OK with him if babies outside the womb were permitted to die.

His opponents, including Jill Stanek fashioned the “Top 10 reasons Obama voted against the Illinois Born Alive Infant Protection Act.”

You may see this at: http://illinoisreview.typepad.com/illinoisreview/2008/01/top-10-reasons.html.
 

Another great site explaining this an other aspects of how pro-death BOH really is can be seen at: http://www.ontheissues.org/social/barack_obama_abortion.htm

I have included Reasons # 4 and # 3 here for us all to reflect upon. Reading reason # 4 gives you many gounds to like Alan Keyes, Obama’s Illionois Senate opponent. However, none of these considerations would make a God-fearing person find any favor in Barack Hussein Obama. In other times, perhaps the "pro-infanticide" Obama could easily have doubled as The Butcher of Lyon.

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Obama Reason # 4. Aborting babies alive and letting them die is a religious issue. During their U.S. Senate competition Alan Keyes famously said: "Christ would not stand idly by while an infant child in that situation died.... Christ would not vote for Barack Obama, because Barack Obama has voted to behave in a way that it is inconceivable for Christ to have behaved."

Obama has always mischaracterized Keyes' rationale for condemning him by implying Keyes was simply making a statement against Obama's pro-abortion position, which is untrue. Keyes pointedly stated he was condemning Obama for his support of infanticide.

Nevertheless, live birth abortion must be included in the list of procedures Obama condones. Obama responded first to Keyes by saying, as quoted in his July 10, 2006, USA Today op ed:

... [W]e live in a pluralistic society, and that I can't impose my religious views on another.

Obama Reason # 3. Aborting babies alive and letting them die violates no universal principle. In the same USA Today piece, Obama said he reflected on that first answer, decided it was a "typically liberal response," and revised it:

... But my opponent's accusations nagged at me.... If I am opposed to abortion for religious reasons but seek to pass a law banning the practice, I cannot simply point to the teachings of my church. I have to explain why abortion violates some principle that is accessible to people of all faiths, including those with no faith at all.

Is this an acceptable reason for not being against infanticide?  

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FYI, Brendan Murphy wrote the "The Butcher of Lyon" in 1983, long after the horrors perpetrated by Barbie were mostly forgotten. Some might suggest that it is unfair to consider the butchering of unborn to the butchering of adults. I beg to differ.  Using the holocaust in an argument is now as insensitive as mentioning a particular person’s birth certificate.  Barack Obama, backed step by step by Mr. Robert P. Casey Jr. chose convenience over life, and his actions are as despicable as a person who would suggest that Klaus Barbie was merely an instrument of choice.

This Gestapo Lieutenant ruled the city of Lyon, France, with an iron hand for just two years (1942-1944). He personally murdered many French citizens and Jews and he sent thousands of others to the death camps. You see, Barbie was able to recognize them as enemies of the state. What did Barack Obama and Robert P. Casey Jr. see in the eyes of the already born infants in Illinois that would sentence them to a bloodless death of starvation?

Like many Nazis after World War II, Barbie headed for South America. He became one of the most notorious Nazi fugitives living in Bolivia.  The Bolivian government at the time had the same opinion of Barbie's crimes as do many in the US have about the surgeon's scalpel that is used to kill, rather than save lives. Some might even argue that starvation is an OK death for somebody who has never ever had a good meal--- a newborn baby who never is held by its mother or another human being. What do they know?

Barbie had a lot of excuses for his crimes and eventually he found favor with the dictators in Bolivia. He became an important advisor to them on security matters. Ultimately, after he was found and extradited to France after the “Butcher” book  was out, he was convicted of war crimes and sentenced to life in prison. Barbie died in prison in 1991, but he lasted so long that one could suggest logically that he did not starve to death.

Pardon my sarcasm about PC, but we do so much more for political correctness than we will do for the good of a living being.   I received an email today from a friend. Teh note forwarded note contained this valuable piece of information:

There is an annual contest at Duke University for the most appropriate definition of a contemporary term. This year's term was "Political Correctness."  The winner wrote:

"Political correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority, and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a piece of shit by the clean end."

My apologies but sometimes the right words must be used.