Is Barack Obama a baby-killer advocate?
I receive emails from various political groups, including Mick Huckabee’s HuckPAC. In the email today, they shared some interesting information about Barack Obama.
“We now know he voted against the state equivalent (in the committee which he chaired) of the federally passed “Born Alive Infants Protection Act.” To put that in perspective, the House and Senate of the U.S. Congress voted unanimously six years ago to pass it and not even NARAL campaigned against it. Yet Barack Obama did in the Illinois legislature.”
What does this mean in regards to the presidential election? What does this mean in regards to Obama?
First let’s review what the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act is:
“The Born-Alive Infants Protection Act states that any baby that has been born alive is to be legally considered a person. As such, she or he would automatically be granted full protection under the U.S. Constitution. Other existing laws require that newborns must receive medical attention as needed. Killing a born-alive infant would be considered murder.(http://www.religioustolerance.org/abo_aliv.htm)”
Although this act passed through the house with only 15 nay votes and unanimously passed through the Senate, Obama could begin pushing for more anti-life legislature. With a Democratic Congress, they would have nothing to hold them back from making it legal to kill whatever. Kill babies, kill old people… the list could get longer with both Congress and the Presidency controlled by liberal, radical Democrats!
I have had debates about these issues with many so-called Democrats. They all say they want to have the choice. It is their body and they should have the choice. I AGREE! They do have the CHOICE! They have the choice to have sex or not… Once you engage in sex, regardless if you are on birth control or use a condom, you still are making the CHOICE. Don’t have sex and you don’t have to worry. If you must have sex, then you have to live with the results of your actions. What is so hard about this? Why must we continue to even entertain this debate on whether it is okay to kill a child?