Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Jill Stanek may be The One to bring down Barack Obama

Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh have been doing an outstanding job proclaiming the truth about Obama's opposition to the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, which came to light in the Saddleback Forum last Saturday.
Of course, Jill Stanek, the proponent of the bill has been shouting it from the rooftops all along, but tonight she will have the opportunity to speak to the nation on Hannity and Colmes. This is big, America will not vote for a man who would kill infants already born.
This may be the beginning of the end for Barack Obama, don't miss it!

Citizen Link has taken note of the mainstream media's coverage:
Nine years ago, Chicago nurse Jill Stanek discovered babies who survived botched abortions at Christ Hospital were left to die in a soiled-utility room.
Since then, she has worked to protect those babies and educate the public about the horrific practice.
This week, the mainstream media are taking notice of her efforts. Why? Because at the center of the controversy stands Sen. Barack Obama.
Consider recent headlines:
The New York Times: "Obama’s 2003 Stand on Abortion Draws New Criticism in 2008."
The Washington Post: "Candidates' Abortion Views Not So Simple."
Chicago Tribune: "Obama's record on abortion hit."
The Associated Press: "Obama faces new criticism on abortion."
As chairman of the Health and Human Services Committee in the Illinois Legislature in 2003, Obama blocked the Born Alive Infant Protection Act. The bill, which followed Stanek's gruesome discovery, would have protected babies who survive an abortion.

Catholic League president Bill Donohue speaks to the growing interest in Sen. Barack Obama's abortion record:
"The pro-life community has been tracking Obama's support for selective infanticide for quite a while, but only recently has there been a national discussion on this issue. On May 15, I said on "Fox and Friends" that '
There's been a media cover-up on this [issue].' But now the cat's out of the bag.

"Last night on "Hannity and Colmes" Bob Beckel tried to argue that neither Obama nor NARAL supports the selective killing of infants. Yet the bill that would offer protection to children who survived abortions is precisely what Obama opposed when he was in the Illinois state senate. As for NARAL, it initially opposed the bill when it was introduced in 2000 and then lied about it; in 2002, after it became clear that NARAL had no support from pro-abortion congressmen and senators, it changed its position.

"On July 20, 2000, NARAL issued a news release, Roe v. Wade Faces Renewed Assault in House: Anti-Choice Lawmakers Hold Hearing On So-Called "Born Alive Infants Protection Act." The news release stated that NARAL was opposed to the bill introduced by Rep. Charles Canady. Yet on October 29, 2000, NARAL's New York executive director Kelli Conlin told WNBC-TV's Gabe Pressman that NARAL was not opposed to the bill. I told her on the show that she was 'an out-and-out liar' and mailed her and Pressman the evidence following the show. Neither replied.

"It's quite clear what's going on: the radical pro-abortionists, and no one is more radical than Obama and NARAL, will even defend selective infanticide if there is one chance in a million that it will chip away at Roe v. Wade. Incredibly, even NARAL eventually dropped its opposition to the bill, something Obama never did (his campaign now admits that the wording of the Illinois bill and the federal bill were virtually identical). Which means that when it comes to abortion, Obama wins the Gold."

I just saw Jill Stanek's segment with Sean, her testimony was accurate, well stated and explosive! Just watch the Obama campaign try to keep the lid on this powder keg!
Here's a blog which explains the various lies which Obama told to obscure his radical position on killing babies born during abortion.
Here's a new website dedicated to telling the truth about Obama's extremism on abortion. Obama wants You!


Lifey said...

Please warn your readers that if they click on the "What Is An Abortion?" link that it is graphic and disturbing.

It's an actual abortion, folks. Not for the faint of heart.

Leticia said...

Lifey, thanks for the heads up, it wasn't until the public saw the horrors of slavery through "Uncle Tom's Cabin" that it was abolished, and Americans were unaware of Hitler's atrocities till the horrific films of the concentration camps were shown. Graphic photos such as those may be what's needed to wake up the American public to the horror taking place in their own towns every day of the week.