Tuesday, October 28, 2008

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Can you be pro-life and Christian or Catholic and vote for Obama?

Can you be pro-life and vote for Obama?
According to the Matthew 25 Network, you can be pro-life and support a political candidate who:
Voted against and blocked legislation that would have protected infants who were born alive following an unsuccessful abortion. Then misrepresented his record.
Promises as his number one prior to pass the Freedom of Choice Act, a radical legislative attempt to enshrine abortion-on-demand into American law, to sweep aside existing laws that the majority of Americans support and to prevent states from enacting protective measures in the future (more here).
Vows to nominate Supreme Court justices that support Roe v Wade
Wants to force taxpayers (and insurance companies) to pay for abortions - supports legislation that would repeal the Hyde Amendment which protects pro-life citizens from having to pay for abortions that are not necessary to save the life of the mother and are not the result of rape or incest.
Advocates cutting off all federal aid to pregnancy resource centers, which provide assistance to women who are experiencing crisis pregnancies -- and save the lives of many children.
Has been rated a big zero by every pro-life organization in the country for his voting record
Brags about his 100% rating by national pro-abortion organizations
Has the most liberal views regarding abortion on demand in the history of presidential candidates.
Opposes parental-notification for minors seeking abortion.
Is against "conscience-clauses" for pro-life doctors who refuse to do abortions
Has never voted to restrict or limit abortion in any way.
Despite the fantasy promoted by the Matthew 25 Network, the question asked in this post is rhetorical because ...
Barack Obama is the most extreme pro-abortion candidate ever to seek the office of President of the United States. He is the most extreme pro-abortion member of the United States Senate. Indeed, he is the most extreme pro-abortion legislator ever to serve in either house of the United States Congress. - Robert George
Obama's rejection of the God-given intrinsic dignity of human life is itself a rejection of God and reveals a horribly distorted view of justice that provides a basis for any number evils.
Why is respecting the person so difficult for Barack Obama?
No, to vote for Barack Obama is not pro-life.

Heaven Help us if Obama Wins ...

If Obama Wins
By plb on October 27, 2008 10:49 AM
If Barack Obama wins the election next week:
Any hope for a U.S. Supreme Court majority opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade will be lost.
The Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA) will be signed into law eliminating 35 years of laws that have restricted and regulated the practice of abortion.
He would very likely offer legislation to eliminate the Hyde Amendment which protects taxpaying citizens from being forced to pay for abortions through Medicaid.
Abortion will be covered in his proposed national health care plan.
The Mexico City Policy, which bars taxpayer funding of organizations that perform or promote abortions in foreign countries, would be eliminated.
Funding for the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) would be restored, allowing millions of taxpayer dollars for abortions and forced sterilizations in Third World countries, including China with its coercive "one child" policy.
The Born Alive Infants Protection Act and the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act would be overturned.
Current restrictions on the performance of abortions on military bases would be removed.
What you can do: pray, talk to others and VOTE!
Source: Republican National Coalition for Life

Pro-Life Politicians Have Made a Difference

Pro-Life Politicians Have Made a Difference
By plb on October 27, 2008 12:11 PM
During the past 35 years, the pro-life movement has made some real progress--progress that pro-lifers could at times do a better job of advertising. During the 1990s more states enacted parental-involvement laws, waiting periods, and informed-consent laws. More importantly, the number of abortions has fallen in 12 out of the past 14 years and the total number of abortions has declined by 21 percent since 1990. These gains are largely due to pro-life political victories at the federal level in the 1980s and at the state level in the 1990s, both of which have made it easier to pass pro-life legislation. Furthermore, since the next President may have the opportunity to nominate as many as four justices to the Supreme Court, the right-to-life movement would be very well advised to stay the course in 2008.
-- Michael New