Skip to comments.Video links Obama to 'Angel of Death'
Posted on 10/22/2010 7:53:09 AM PDT by wagglebee
A new YouTube video in support of Colorado's pro-life Amendment 62 the only "personhood" amendment on 2010 ballots across the United States links President Obama with the "Angel of Death."
The ominous video urges support for the amendment that would declare an unborn child a "person" under state law and eligible for all the protections the law gives a "person," from the beginning of development.
The video has raised a stir, too, among those who support abortion.
The campaign also is reaching out to voters with a gentler touch.
The organization announced an endorsement from Pam Tebow, mother of Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow and four others.
"A child's right to life begins at conception, not at birth. From conception, all children are people, made in the image and likeness of God. Thus, I support the personhood amendment and appeal to Colorado voters to vote 'yes' on amendment 62," Pam Tebow said in a statement.
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I have a feeling that Zero is secretly pleased with this image.
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i think he feels slighted.
Barack Obama believes in slaughtering “unwanted” babies after they are born. If he is not the angel of death, he is certainly a ready and willing accomplice.
Many will die because of this backwards plan if it's not repealed
Very nicely done, IHMO...
I know I might be simplistic, but I keep questioning this and no one can answer me....the question is:
If liberals and abortion supporters DO NOT believe that an unborn child is a "person" as described above...then why are those who murder a pregnant woman convicted of TWO murders, ala Scott Peterson who was convicted of murdering his wife and unborn child? How can the law have it both ways? Is that a dumb question, or am I missing something? To me it seems perfectly clear that if murder of woman carrying an unborn child results in a dual conviction...that child must have been a "person" in the eyes of the law.
there was a time when this was understood.
That time will probably come to be known as the "peak."
Leftists ALWAYS think the law should mean whatever they want it to mean in any given situation.
Because it is relative (pun not intended). By that I mean if the baby is "wanted", it is a baby. If it is not "wanted", it is tissue. And the mother gets to determine if it is wanted.
For liberals, there are no absolutes, except what is perceived to be what the loudest segment of the population wants. And if enough of a population gets convinced that absolutes are a menace to society, absolutes are absolutely abolished. Along with those that adhere to them.
You're missing something, and that's that abortion has perverted our legal system by defining what is (objectively speaking) a certain class of human beings as the property of another class of human beings, and subject to death merely by their owner's decision, a decision which requires no justification and is subject to no impartial review.
Once a part of the law is perverted like that, the rest of it will look like insanity, until such time as that part of the law is perverted as well. (Then it will all look consistently evil.)
Somebody (Rick Santorum?) was trying to get Nancy Pelosi to specifically answer at what point it became legally forbidden to execute a child. Was it when the child took a breath? When the child's head exited the birth canal? The waist? What if, he asked her, only the child's foot were still in the birth canal. Could the child be legally killed at that point?
Pelosi refused to answer the question.
I’ll be the contrarian — the image of Obama morphing into the Angel of Death is NOT helpful. It has the potential to be very inflammatory. At this particular point, many in the Pro-life community don’t realize just what kind of trouble they might be courting, given the right — or wrong — circumstances.
Having said that, I don’t disagree at ALL with the MESSAGE of the ad. In fact, I agree wholeheartedly with the facts presented and the conclusions drawn, and the attributions made...
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