Obama-messiah begins to consolidate his position as “Baby Killer in Chief”…


obama-abortion-5-waterboard-me-insteadSo now it seems the Obama-messiah is beginning to flex his muscles on the abortion issue.


In his first political act in relation to abortion, he is eliminating a Bush administration ruling that strengthened the right of doctors to refuse to participate in abortions if they had a moral objection to what the liberals lovingly refer to as “the procedure” (and what anyone with a conscious knows is, in reality, infanticide). 


But hey, doctors provide a public service.  And because they are public servants, the government should be able to tell them what services they must perform for the public good…services like killing little babies on demand. 


And what about conscience?  Well, c’mon now.  Conscience is an outmoded concept, a clear sign of mental instability.  Only those willing to set conscience aside and go along with what’s right for the public good are mentally stable.


So to all of you “bitter clingers” who still cling to your Bible and your guns, it‘s time to get over it.  The Obama-messiah hath decreed:  “Thou shalt set aside thine conscience, and kill more babies in the public interest.  Thus it is, and thus it shall be.  Thus sayeth the Obama-messiah.”    


After all, you remember the Obama-messiah’s now infamous pre-election speech, in which he stated that he wants to teach his two daughters “morals,” but if they make a mistake he doesn’t want them “punished with a baby.”  That statement shows exactly what kind of shallow justification he needs in order to allow the slaughter of the innocents to continue unabated. 


You see, in Obama-messiah’s world view, it’s perfectly okay to kill your baby.  After all, in getting pregnant you merely made a “mistake.”  And you shouldn’t get saddled with bringing new life into the world, and with having to take care of it, particularly for such a silly little lapse in judgment and discretion.  I mean, all of that drool and burping and diaper changing and what-have-you is just too…well…disgusting and inconvenient, right?


So you just snuff the little “mistake” out, instead.  Saddle yourself with spirit of death, instead of the spirit of life.  That oughta carry you happily through the rest of your life.  At least you won’t have that darn “mistake” hanging around, crying “Mama!” every time it needs you, and ruining your life by wanting little more than for you to love it.


All hail the Obama-messiah!


— Spencer


Obama to rescind Bush abortion rule…




WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama plans to repeal a Bush administration rule that has become a flash point in the debate over a doctor’s right not to participate in abortions. The regulation, instituted in the last days of the Bush administration, strengthened job protections for doctors and nurses who refuse to provide a medical service because of moral qualms.


A Health and Human Services official said Friday the administration will publish notice of its intentions early next week, opening a 30-day comment period for advocates on both sides, medical groups and the public.


The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the notice has not been completed.


The Bush administration rule was quickly challenged in federal court by several states and medical organizations. As a candidate, President Barack Obama criticized the regulation and campaign aides promised that if elected, he would review it.


The news that he was doing so drew praise from abortion-rights supporters and condemnation from groups opposed to abortion.


“It would be a horrible move. These regulations were a long time coming,” said Tom McClusky, a vice president at Family Research Council. “What they seek to do is protect patients, nurses, doctors and other health care professionals from being forced to violate their consciences.”


McClusky and other abortion opponents said the Bush regulation clarified federal policies and raised awareness about the rights of medical providers to follow their consciences. But abortion rights advocates said it was vague and overly broad, and could reduce access to other services — allowing a drug store clerk to refuse to sell birth control pills, for example.


“I think it’s a wonderful step,” Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Colo., who co-chairs the Congressional Pro-choice Caucus and has introduced legislation to overturn the regulation, said of Obama’s move.



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