Monday, September 1, 2008

barack, biden, palin and dead babies

EDIT: i was going to make a picture of a fetus wearing glasses (distasteful, i know) and all i have to say is; google image "fetus". eye opening, but extremely, extremely disturbing. wow.

liberal blogs/news outlets rejoice as palin's unwed daughter is pregnant.
here's barack's response;

"Back off these kinds of stories." "I have said before, and I will repeat again: People's families are off-limits," Obama said. "And people's children are especially off-limits. This shouldn't be part of our politics. It has no relevance to Gov. Palin's performance as a governor or her potential performance as a vice president. So I would strongly urge people to back off these kinds of stories. You know my mother had me when she was 18, and how a family deals with issues and teenage children, that shouldn’t be a topic of our politics."

he goes on to say that he would fire anyone in his campaign who would cause this to become an issue.

so let's talk about abortion
barack and biden
(especially biden) are pro-abortion. no matter how you look at it, biden is openly for it, while obama, despite his evangelical-pleasing "Jesus lingo", is completely dodgey and purposely mysterious about it.
check this (though admittedly biased)

now palin is most definitely against abortion. according to the huffington post: she wouldn''t support it even if her daughter was raped.

it's a woman's choice, right? or is it about the sanctity of life?

really, this is a hard place to be, is it not? well, if you're like me it is.
if you are
super pro abortion: vote obama!who has little experience, but a great motivator, with an extremely experienced vp
super anti abortion: vote mccain! who has been a pow longer than obama has been a politician! but with a terrible, terrible choice in vp. terrible.

let's be honest. all men can never fully understand this whole issue of abortion as well as women can because they have no birth potential/experience.
so then, if obama/biden are dudes, and palin is the woman, who should you trust more in terms of abortion policy?

maybe it's a weak argument, but i guess this whole topic is for another time and place. politics, thou art a baby killer


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