From David Ripley, Idaho Chooses Life
You have to admit itâ€¦ the guy can deliver a great speech. The problem is that Obama is using his rhetorical skills, no doubt learned in black Baptist churches, to advocate abortion. Weâ€™ve commented before on the developing rift between the authentic civil rights advocates in the Democrat Party now coming to blows with those who have, rather successfully, stolen Martin Luther King and the tragic history of black Americans to justify abortion and every sexual perversion known to mankind. Whatever he thinks of that particular travesty, Obama seems to have no trouble advancing abortion-on-demand.
LifeNews.Com reports that Obama spoke at a Washington, DC rally of abortion fans, courting the feminist vote by pledging his heart to the protection of abortion:
“Throughout my career, Iâ€™ve been a consistent and strong supporter of abortion,” Obama told the crowd. “Roe v. Wade is about more than a womanâ€™s right to choose â€“ it is about equality.”
That last quip is pretty stunning, particularly coming from a black man making American history.
How does the killing of innocent children equalize anything or anyone? Many have argued that Martin Luther King would have been a pro-Life champion had he lived to see the Roe era; let us hope so, especially given the devastating effect easy abortion has had on the black community â€“ but weâ€™ll never know for sure.
What we can know is that Martin Luther King won the moral debate about race prejudice because he exposed the various lies prevalent then about human value. It was not necessary to elevate oneself by beating someone else down; in fact â€“ such a strategy is self-defeating. And he also taught that blacks could not let their enemies, the small hearted, define their value.
But rather than pay homage to such wisdom, Obama proudly displays contempt for the value of human life to feed his ambitions. He little more than a co-conspirator in the destruction of Americaâ€™s future.
And this is the person Boise Mayor Dave Beiter believes we should elect as President of the United States?
If you enjoyed this article, consider subscribing to the full-feed RSS.