Skip to comments.Audio Found Obama arguing against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act
Posted on 08/20/2008 5:02:38 PM PDT by Pacothecat
In this audio Obama coldly claims two doctors helping a baby born alive after a botched abortion would be a burden for the aborting mother when he is arguing against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act at the Illinois state legislature April 2002.
Obama doesnt care about the baby getting the medical attention, just whether or not the aborting mother is burdened.
This is scary.....
Sorry that is above my pay grade.
In truth I dont have a clue how to save a video.
Make sure you get the version without spyware.
There, now we’re in synch.
Another site: http://www.nakedemperornews.com/
He’s just mirroring the exposure on youtube.
Good on you Tommy
above your pay grade. lol.
Video was only posted 45 minutes or so ago.........
Supposedly, Obama was born in Honolulu....a city of seven hills.
He is evil, there is no doubt.
It’s the tone he uses- casual, as though discussing why putting up more stop lights is a good idea.
For the love of GOD he’s talking about a BORN CHILD.
There isn't? What about the U2 music playing in the background? That would be my concern for an early pull.
Unfortunately, it’s going to get pulled because of the U2 music. It should be redone without copyrighted music to get rid of one excuse for pulling the video.
If anything, it should also document when and where Obama made these statements.
I use Mozilla Firefox, with a add in called DownLoadHelper. it downloads ALMOST all video’s !
I can hear it now... YouTube admin: Bono complained so we had to take it down.
The anti-Christ shouldn't need a teleprompter.
BIG RUH ROH!!!!!
Obama supporter, Mathew Littman, on BOR.... Laura subbing for O’Reilly:
Littman gives a new excuse that totally goes against what this youtube proves!!!!
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