Monday, August 18, 2008

Matthew 25,Obama and Abortion.

I've written about the Matthew 25 Network before. [Obama and the Born Alive Infant Protection Act. ] For those of you are unfamiliar with the group, they are 527 PAC whose goal is to give Barack Obama a Christian face by concentrating on other "Christian" values while sugar-coating Obama's pro abortion stance.
The group claims to be made up of Christians of all denominations who support political candidates who heed Christ's words from the 25th chapter of the book of Matthew,
"For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, a stranger and you welcomed me, naked and you clothed me, ill and you cared for me, in prison and you visited me."
I've just finished reading the 25th chapter of Matthew and by following the link you can read it as well. I could not find anything in it that could even remotely justify abortion....much less the infanticide Obama supported by his voting against the Illinois version of the Born Alive Infant Protection Act (BAIPA).

According to this reuters article,
"U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama side-stepped a pointed query about abortion on Saturday by 'mega-pastor' Rick Warren during a televised forum.Asked at what point a baby gets “human rights,” Obama, who strongly supports abortion rights, said: '… whether you’re looking at it from a theological perspective or a scientific perspective, answering that question with specificity … is above my pay grade' ”.
He must have a very low pay grade.....he cannot see that a human life begins at conception. He won't even recognize that human life begins at birth if that recognition, somehow, endangers Roe vs Wade.
Obama cannot hide from his voting record in the Illinois state Senate. Trying to justify his inhuman record in regards to the BAIPA , Obama claims that his lack of support for the Illinois version was due to it not containing a "neutrality clause" to insure that it would not be in opposition to Roe vs Wade. This new claim is an outright lie as records show the state Senate bill did, indeed, carry the, so called, "neutrality clause".
Anyone who believes that I'm spreading lies against the 'anointed one' need only follow the evidence.

1 comment:

Olga said...

Hi Robert,

i have always been indifferent to politics, presidential elections most of all. i pay scant attention to our elections, and barely noticed the US presidential race, except to take note that USA might be standing in the brink of having its first black president.

but i caught that interview with rick warren in cnn and THAT certainly got my attention. my view had been either man will do, he's your president anyway. now, i say, whoever believes that life and right to life begins at the moment of concepcion may just be the man that America needs.

Robert, it is a privilege being able to help those unfortunate girls anyway I could. I donated money but that could only go so far. trying to reach out to others in their behalf is much much more.

my best to Cathy and JP. take care and God bless. :)