Barack Hussein Obama voted to kill living newborn babies who had survived abortion procedures

by 1389 on October 11, 2012

in 1389 (blog admin), abortion/pro-life, Barack Hussein Obama, Illinois

The Nurse, The Extremist, The Survivor

Published on Oct 10, 2012 by womenspeakoutPAC

The… Single… Most… POWERFUL…Pro-Life Ad…EVER

By Quin Hillyer on 10.11.12 @ 10:37AM

A new SuperPac called Women Speak Out, affiliated with the Susan B. Anthony List (both organizations are deserving of support), released yesterday the single most powerful pro-life ad I’ve ever seen. Watch it here. The ad is slated to run in the Hampton Roads, VA area, to start with. In my humble opinion, it needs to run in selected places nationwide (and surely will do so if the funds are forthcoming).

The background: In Illinois, Barack Obama voted four times against a bill that would have provided protections to babies born alive after surviving attempted abortions. Here was his quote explaining what he was opposing: ” If that fetus, or child – however way you want to describe it – is now outside the mother’s womb and the doctor continues to think that its nonviable but there’s, lets say, movement or some indication that, in fact, they’re not just coming up limp and dead, they would then have to call a second physician to monitor and check off and make sure that this is not a live child that could be saved. Is that correct?”

Well, uh, yes. It seems perfectly reasonable to ask for a second physician, in addition to the (failed) abortionist, take a look to see if the child is still alive, rather than just relying on the “doctor” who, after all, just tried to kill it.

Anyway, there are a whole lot of such survivors of attempted abortions, many of whom are visible on various You Tube videos here. The new ad has a clip from one such survivor, the beautiful Melissa Ohden, who also can be seen here, in a CBN interview.

Pro-lifers all over the country are (and should be) working to make the new ad go viral. I think it is breathtaking.

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