Posts Tagged ‘illinois’

A video documentary covering the issue of the Born Alive Infants Protection Act is highly informative, and a must see for anyone wanting to understand pro-life arguments in greater depth.

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Barack Obama argued on the floor of the Senate on April 4, 2002, that he had confidence in the abortionist providing life saving treatment to babies that are born alive, even though they were responsible for killing that baby in the womb. This argument is completely disingenuous and smells of protectionism of the abortion industry that is known for being a lucrative and powerful lobbying industry.


Previous posts on Gianna Jessen… More on Gianna Jessen… Abortion Survivor Gianna Jessen speaks out against Obama An extended page bio of Gianna Jessen’s life – Gianna Jessen’s Story The biography of Gianna Jessen is available at Amazon. Simply titled Gianna. Gianna also has autographed copies available through her website. The BornAliveTruth.org website has been […]


Listing of Gianna Jessen video clips for those interested in hearing her story.


Keeping alive babies that are living after these abortions IS expensive, and so who would foot the bill, the insurance companies, or the abortionist? Secondly, abortionists may come under fire for just how many of these babies are actually viable, and would not pass the Roe vs Wade test. Allowing them to simply die without care, is one way to avoid the issue.


Abortion survivor Gianna Jessen, released this awesome new ad today that kicks Obama where it hurts, that is in his record. From Obama’s perspective Gianna is merely a fetus, one that should have died 31 years ago. Okay, let’s give him some leeway here. Text: Can you imagine not giving babies their basic human rights, […]


The problem with Barack Obama’s answer at the Saddleback Civic Forum, that wrestling with the issue of when do human rights start for a person, was above his “pay grade”, is not primarily that he didn’t want to answer (yes that was a problem), but that he lied. He had to wrestle with this very issue as an Illinois state senator, and that wrestling produced no substantive comment. He chaired a committee overseeing this very topic, so it was absolutely IN his pay grade.