Skip to comments.Explosive Audio Found Obama arguing against BAIPA
Posted on 08/20/2008 8:34:14 PM PDT by PowerPro
Barack Obama, his surrogates and minions in the media have repeatedly claimed that it would defy logic for him to have opposed medical treatment for newborn infants even those who had survived abortion attempts. He called NRLC liars and was offended that people would suggest that he, a father of two, would suggest such a ridiculous and cruel thing.
Now hear the truth. Listen to Senator Obama in his own words as he argues against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act in the Illinois State Legislature and states that two doctors helping a baby born alive after a botched abortion would cause an undue burden for the aborting mother.
Explosive Audio Found Obama arguing against BAIPA
..YES!!! And the irony is lost on them!
Who knows, if the teenage Stanley Ann, plaything of a polygamist, had gotten unexpectedly pregnant today, little Barry might never have been born -- and THEN where would we be without our 'postracial' messiah? Or better yet, where would HE be (at the bottom of a vacuum jar?).
I doubt that his holiness was ever in jeopardy. He was needed alive to fulfill his primary mission, as an “IN YOUR FACE!” statement to the man who named her Stanley.
I have also no doubt that his awareness of this role plays an major part in making him who and what he is today.
People believe the election will center around the energy issue and perhaps, thanks to the situation in Georgia, national security.
It is my personal opinion though that abortion/infanticide will be the dark horse issue of this race.
I do not believe that a majority of Americans support abortion on demand, and I daresay that a significantly smaller percentage would be okay with infanticide.
No I didn’t think you’d posted it. But I wish someone could find us 1) just the audio and 2) the specific reference to when he said this.
Somebody has to have it.
Listen to Senator Obama in his own words as he argues against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act in the Illinois State Legislature...Thanks PowerPro.
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