Compare that picture to his stance on torture.
“The secret authorization of brutal interrogations is an outrageous betrayal of our core values, and a grave danger to our security. We must do whatever it takes to track down and capture or kill terrorists, but torture is not a part of the answer - it is a fundamental part of the problem with this administration’s approach. Torture is how you create enemies, not how you defeat them. Torture is how you get bad information, not good intelligence. Torture is how you set back America’s standing in the world, not how you strengthen it. It’s time to tell the world that America rejects torture without exception or equivocation. It’s time to stop telling the American people one thing in public while doing something else in the shadows. No more secret authorization of methods like simulated drowning. When I am president America will once again be the country that stands up to these deplorable tactics. When I am president we won’t work in secret to avoid honoring our laws and Constitution, we will be straight with the American people and true to our values,”
Yeah, we can’t get information out of terrorists (whose sole purpose is to destroy us all) but the littlest and youngest fellow citizens can be speared with scissors in the nape of the neck.....
Excellent quote on torture by Obama...I am going to use that with the picture in future posts. Thanks.
Quite possibly the most compelling contrast. It might sway some independents, but it will not sway any pro-abortion voters.
I’ve yet to see a truly effective way of turning a pro-abort around on the issue, short of a total life transormation (ie finding God).