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Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

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    The 'historic' presidency of Barack Obama rolls on...

    President Obama became the first sitting U.S. president to deliver a speech to Planned Parenthood on Friday.

    The organization is Americas leading abortion provider.

    During a speech at the Planned Parenthood National Conference in Washington, Obama told the room of about 1,000 attendees that the organization is here to stay, despite efforts by Republicans to strip the group of federal funding.

    Planned Parenthood received $542 million in federal funding in 2012.

    [N]o matter how great the challenge of opposition, Obama told the crowd, Planned Parenthood is not going anywhere.

    Its not going anywhere today, its not going anywhere tomorrow.
    Quite the love fest...

    Obama was wildly received by the audience when he entered the room - the first sitting president to address the nations largest abortion provider.

    Everybody sit down, Obama said sheepishly. Youre making me blush.
    For the record...

    In its latest annual report for fiscal year 2011 to 2012, Planned Parenthood revealed that it performed 333,964 abortions in 2011 a record year for the organization.
    Now for someone that professes to be "pro-choice"

    Obama criticized 42 states had introduced laws to restrict abortion, singling out on the new law passed in North Dakota to ban abortions as early as six weeks.
    Oh yeah, "pro-choice" doesn't mean that you have, you know, an actual choice... "pro-choice" means you kill your babies in the proper prescribed fashion... using federal money.

    Obama ended his love fest with this line:

    "Thank you, Planned Parenthood. God bless you."

    Strange that he might think that God blesses the killers of 333,964 babies a year.

    Thoughts?



    Obama first sitting president to address Planned Parenthood | The Daily Caller

    Obama:

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    Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

    Originally posted by tsquare View Post
    The 'historic' presidency of Barack Obama rolls on...



    Quite the love fest...



    For the record...



    Now for someone that professes to be "pro-choice"



    Oh yeah, "pro-choice" doesn't mean that you have, you know, an actual choice... "pro-choice" means you kill your babies in the proper prescribed fashion... using federal money.

    Obama ended his love fest with this line:

    "Thank you, Planned Parenthood. God bless you."

    Strange that he might think that God blesses the killers of 333,964 babies a year.

    Thoughts?



    Obama first sitting president to address Planned Parenthood | The Daily Caller

    Obama:
    Any mention of Panned Parenthood needs to mention Kermit Gosnell and his murdering in the same breath.

    You can always tell a lot about someone by the company they keep.

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      Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

      Originally posted by tsquare View Post
      The 'historic' presidency of Barack Obama rolls on...



      Quite the love fest...



      For the record...



      Now for someone that professes to be "pro-choice"



      Oh yeah, "pro-choice" doesn't mean that you have, you know, an actual choice... "pro-choice" means you kill your babies in the proper prescribed fashion... using federal money.

      Obama ended his love fest with this line:

      "Thank you, Planned Parenthood. God bless you."

      Strange that he might think that God blesses the killers of 333,964 babies a year.

      Thoughts?




      Obama first sitting president to address Planned Parenthood | The Daily Caller

      Obama:
      Maybe his God, not mine.

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        Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

        God is damning them not blessing them.

        When a woman's wish trumps a human life we have lost moral priorities. And have chosen the dark side.

        Human life has no value in this world. We value the life of dogs more than we do human life.



        But when a Christian's taxes are used to kill the unborn, they are prevented in practicing their religion, because the State refuses to recognize religious freedom. . I wonder if Christians will be judged on this by the Creator?

        What is the responsibility of the religious who believe abortion is murder? To continue to pay taxes that is then used to murder the innocent? I am simply asking.

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          Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

          It seems Republicans want young teen Moms to have children they have little or no means to support but then Republicans turn around and bitch about those Moms and their offspring on welfare.

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            Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

            Originally posted by Blue Doggy View Post
            ...

            But when a Christian's taxes are used to kill the unborn, they are prevented in practicing their religion, because the State refuses to recognize religious freedom. . I wonder if Christians will be judged on this by the Creator?

            What is the responsibility of the religious who believe abortion is murder? To continue to pay taxes that is then used to murder the innocent? I am simply asking.
            This seems to have been addressed by Jesus according to the Gospel of Matthew:

            Paying Taxes to the Emperor.

            * 15d Then the Pharisees* went off and plotted how they might entrap him in speech. 16They sent their disciples to him, with the Herodians,* saying, “Teacher, we know that you are a truthful man and that you teach the way of God in accordance with the truth. And you are not concerned with anyone’s opinion, for you do not regard a person’s status. 17* Tell us, then, what is your opinion: Is it lawful to pay the census tax to Caesar or not?” 18Knowing their malice, Jesus said, “Why are you testing me, you hypocrites? 19* Show me the coin that pays the census tax.” Then they handed him the Roman coin. 20He said to them, “Whose image is this and whose inscription?” 21e They replied, “Caesar’s.”* At that he said to them, “Then repay to Caesar what belongs to Caesar and to God what belongs to God.” 22When they heard this they were amazed, and leaving him they went away.

            -- Matthew 22:15-22 (NAB)
            I think we're safe.

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              Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

              Originally posted by Jihad4Beer View Post
              It seems Republicans want young teen Moms to have children they have little or no means to support but then Republicans turn around and bitch about those Moms and their offspring on welfare.
              As if abortion was the only means for birth control. Guess what. It's not. Especially morally troublesome the longer the pregnancy goes.
              Self control is the best means of birth control yet, but that's hardly being supported in anyway by the left.

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                Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

                Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post
                Any mention of Panned Parenthood needs to mention Kermit Gosnell and his murdering in the same breath.

                You can always tell a lot about someone by the company they keep.
                I really need to get the hell out of here... too many liberals around me here... :P

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                  Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

                  Kermit Gosnell is a fucking murderer, no ands, ifs, or buts about it. Yet next to no mention in the MSM. Surprise, surprise.

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                    Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

                    I'll start off by saying I am not a big fan of planned parenthood. Not a fan of abortion either. But it is ultra unrealistic to offer that the ills of he world can be cured with abstinence lectures. Might change a few things, might even lower numbers in some circles, but what it does not solve is the rate of unwanted pregnancy, kids having kids, and the rates of single motherhood (nor even the disparity among racial lines.) I've never been real wild on my tax dollars going to abortions, but the alternative at this stage would be disastrous in terms of inflating the numbers behind the moral madness we see today. Seems to me we need a more realistic comprehensive solution than just shutting down planned parenthood and hoping for the best. There are reasons why we are where we are, it is not all some liberal conspiracy to just perform abortions just to piss off social conservatives.

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                      Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

                      Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post
                      As if abortion was the only means for birth control. Guess what. It's not. Especially morally troublesome the longer the pregnancy goes.
                      Self control is the best means of birth control yet, but that's hardly being supported in anyway by the left.
                      lol.....oh right. Sure it's "liberals" who oppose sex education and birthcontrol.

                      Republicans want to cut funding for Planned Parenthood, whose main function is to provide birth control.

                      And remember the absurdly illogical reaction to having birthcontrol covered by insurance. Republicans spun that as an attack on religion and went after that woman who spoke in congress.

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                        Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

                        Originally posted by Jihad4Beer View Post
                        lol.....oh right. Sure it's "liberals" who oppose sex education and birthcontrol.

                        Republicans want to cut funding for Planned Parenthood, whose main function is to provide birth control.

                        And remember the absurdly illogical reaction to having birthcontrol covered by insurance. Republicans spun that as an attack on religion and went after that woman who spoke in congress.
                        Boy this is looking at things in a odd perspective.

                        Planned Parenthood is the organization which performs the largest number of abortions, by far. Hard to get people who have strong beliefs against abortion to condone supporting it with public monies.

                        The issue was with requiring Catholic organizations to support birth control which is against their religion. Religious beliefs be dammed, was the administration's position. I think a an exception for that aspect would have been the better solution there.

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                          Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

                          Originally posted by Jihad4Beer View Post
                          It seems Republicans want young teen Moms to have children they have little or no means to support but then Republicans turn around and bitch about those Moms and their offspring on welfare.
                          There are people standing in line to adopt those children. I know, I stood in that line and adopted one. The whole abortion rights claim came up with women's rights in the 60's. Women demanded the same freedom to screw around without consequences as men had. When it got to the Supreme court, a couple of old men decided that killing you child was somehow a privacy right.

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                            Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

                            Originally posted by eohrnberger View Post
                            Boy this is looking at things in a odd perspective.

                            Planned Parenthood is the organization which performs the largest number of abortions, by far. Hard to get people who have strong beliefs against abortion to condone supporting it with public monies.

                            The issue was with requiring Catholic organizations to support birth control which is against their religion. Religious beliefs be dammed, was the administration's position. I think a an exception for that aspect would have been the better solution there.
                            Preventing pregnancy is the best way to limit the number of abortions. The Catholic Church's stance with regard to birth control exactly feeds into the situation that results in more abortions:

                            CDC: Abortions fall 5%, largest drop in a decade - Los Angeles Times
                            Despite these multiple influences, given that unintended pregnancy precedes nearly all abortions, efforts to reduce the incidence of abortion need to focus on helping women avoid pregnancies that they do not desire,” the survey states. “Providing women and men with the knowledge and resources necessary to make decisions about their sexual behavior and use of contraception can help them avoid unintended pregnancies.”
                            I have no problem with religious organizations having to follow the law just like every other organization. The law forbids murder, I don't think many people would argue that religions that require ritual human sacrifices be allowed to do so legally.

                            Besides, the Catholic church hasn't made a very good example about how they are a "morally desireable" act to follow given all of the ignored pedophila that has occurred. That's against the law, how come more of the guilty parties aren't in jail (including those who covered it up?).

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                              Re: Obama: 'You Can Never Spend Too Much Killing Babies'

                              Originally posted by Wolfgang View Post
                              This seems to have been addressed by Jesus according to the Gospel of Matthew:



                              I think we're safe.
                              I think you should do a little research on those passages spoken by Jesus. The Pharisees and the Herodians both hated Jesus and each other but they were trying to trap him by getting him to side with one or the other against Rome which would have brought a death sentence upon him. The poll tax was paid with only a Roman coin. The Jews hated Caesar and would not allow his visage to be displayed in Israel. When the Herodians brought up the question of the poll tax, the payment which bore the visage of Caesar that meant they were accepting and worshiping Caesar. Jesus told them to give those coins to Caesar and to worship God instead. What he was telling them is to worship God with the visage of God which is in us. We were created in the visage of God. If you want to worship God, you don't do it by giving money to the Government, you worship and respect God by taking care of your fellow man.

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