Wednesday, June 4, 2008

To Vote Obama is to kiss Death

To the voters in America, you should know that to vote the man getting more popularity, and actually now Democratic Nominee, come November is to kiss death, as he is the biggest supporter of the violation of the fundamental human right to life.

In a research carried out by NARAL Pro-Choice America on who is the most pro-abortion presidential candidate, Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill) emerged the winner of thus dubious distinction.

The Illinois senator scored a major coup yesterday when NARAL endorsed him as its choice for President. The decision surprised the abortion faithful because it signals a major break between NARAL and their ally Emily's List, which has supported Clinton since the early days of her campaign.

The two groups went toe-to-toe in this morning's press, sparring over which candidate is the most radical on their issue. "I think it is tremendously disrespectful to Sen. Clinton," said Emily's List President Ellen Malcolm. "[She helped force] approval of Plan B and... spoke so eloquently during the Supreme Court nomination about the importance of protecting Roe v. Wade..." Both Clinton and Obama scored a 100% on the voting scorecard of abortion interest groups. Both have voted against a partial-birth abortion ban. But only one has the ability to win, and NARAL's money will literally be on Obama.

To pundits, this is yet another indication that the sun is setting on Clinton's candidacy. To us, it confirms that no matter who prevails, the Democratic nominee will be the most radical pro-abortion candidate this country has ever seen.
So Voters be ware, save your nation, save the future, respect the fundamental human rights of every being, born or yet to be born.

4 comments:

David-Nicholas Kimbowa said...

Of the two, I think MCcain is a lesser evil. Both of them though are not as conservative as we would want them to be. But Obama is certainly not the right person. Am black (not american).

Aaron Timothy said...

from the feminist point of view,i just believe the world needs a female president,who will handle issues with a feminine touch. hasn't the world kissed death under Bush's rule? do we want to say that the murder of the unborn carries more water than the thousands in Iraq?i find that your reason lacks an objective point of view. life has been lost in several other ways,not only in America but in several states which have abortion as an illegal act.My vote is for Hillary,but Obama is not as bad as you think. In fact he is my second choice.

Aaron Timothy said...

Go McCain go
We need a guy like this to be president of almost the whole world, that is if America has to stay on top.

Steve Marshall said...

Martin Ssempa's very good friend, Rick Warren of Saddleback Megachurch, is giving the invocation at Barrack Obama's inauguration. Think again.