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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Friday, August 22, 2008


Wonder why Barack Hussein Obama's been plunging in the polls? Consider how he's elevated a policy dispute into a character issue.

Sen. Obama thinks he can sell icicles to Eskimos. That self confidence is likely what brought him to Pastor Rick Warren's mega-church last weekend to woo evangelicals.

Mr. Obama thought he had an opening, because religious young people are as attracted to what's hip and cool as much as their less religious contemporaries, and young evangelicals tend to be very concerned about the environment and helping the poor.

But far and away the most important issue for evangelicals, young and old, is abortion, and Sen. Obama has one of the most radically pro-abortion records of any politician in America. The less evangelicals -- and most ordinary Americans -- know about it, the better for Sen. Obama.

So a politician with less ego and more judgment would have stayed as far away from the Saddleback Church as possible. As Arnold would say, big mistake. - Jack Kelly


  • I am not sure the full effect has been felt yet, as the mainstream media has not fully engaged, allowing him to claim protection of Roe vs Wade. His claims that the "National Right to Life Committee" smeared him placed this issue front and center for many who have quickly came to back up NRLC assertions about 2002 Born Alive Infant Protection Act.

    Transcripts and Audio support the truth. NARAL was neutral on the act.

    Oh I've linked to your post Obama History on Abortion and Infanticide

    By Blogger Wsmith, at 1:19 PM  

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