Friday, November 28, 2008

Getting Ready to Kill more of the Unborn!

Great Article forwarded to me from Krissy.


Foreshadowing the immanent escalation of America's war on her
unborn under Barack Obama, the president-elect continues to place
prominent abortion activists in key positions in his new administration.

This may come as a shock to those foolish people who have decided
to take a wait-and-see attitude, to just "wait and see" what Obama
might do about abortion when the issue just happens to come up at
some point in the weeks and months ahead. Sorry, friends! Your
waiting game is over. The president-elect is already making abortion
not just a centerpiece of his administration but its very heart and soul.

Last weekend, Obama selected Ellen Moran to be the White House
communications director.

Moran currently speaks for the abortion establishment as the
executive director of Emily's List, a prominent political action
committee that exists solely to elect female, pro-abortion Democrats.
Emily's List recruits and trains pro-abortion women and then spends
millions of dollars a year getting them elected.

Moran's association with Emily's List began 15 years ago, in 1993.

Obama also appointed Dawn Johnsen as a member of his
Department of Justice Review Team. Johnsen was the Legal Director
for NARAL (National Abortion Rights Action League) from 1988-1993.

The DOJ Review Team is charged with "assur[ing] continuity in the
faithful execution of the laws and in the conduct of the affairs of the
Federal Government."

Johnsen also worked for the American Civil Liberties Union
Reproductive Freedom Project.

She has published a number of works supporting legal abortion and
decrying even modest abortion regulations. In a 2006 article
published in Slate Magazine, Johnsen wrote, "The notion of legal
restrictions as some kind of reasonable "compromise" -- perhaps to
help make abortion "safe, legal and rare" -- thus proves nonsensical.
(The Outer Shell: The hollowing out of Roe v. Wade, January 25,

Last Monday, Obama announced that Melody C. Barnes had been
chosen as the head of the White House Domestic Policy Council,
making her, as the Washington Post put it, "the president's top
adviser on a wide range of issues."

Barnes served on the boards of Emily's List and the Planned
Parenthood [Political] Action Fund

Barnes served as chief counsel to Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA) on
the Senate Judiciary Committee. As Kennedy's chief counsel, she
was responsible for refining Kennedy's pro-abortion policies and
implementing his pro-abortion agenda.

Also a past-executive vice president of the Center for American
Progress (CAP), Barnes helped launch its "Initiative on Faith and
Public Policy," also known, in the words of National Right to
Life News
Editor Dave Andrusko, "as the ceaseless campaign to dupe
people of faith into believing that it's perfectly acceptable to vote for

The president and chief executive officer of CAP, John Podesta, is
currently in charge of managing Obama's transition team.

Other key anti-life Obama appointments include:

Chief of Staff - Rep. Rahm Emanuel of Illinois Emmanuel has
compile a 100% pro-abortion record, voting for partial-birth abortion,
for taxpayer funding, and against parental involvement.

Secretary of Health and Human Services - Former Senate Majority
Leader Tom Daschle Although Daschle did manage to compile a
14.5% pro-life voting record from 1997 to 2004, he voted to endorse
Roe v. Wade and he voted for a counterfeit partial-birth abortion in an
effort to derail the real thing and supported taxpayer funding of

Head of Obama's "Council on Bioethics Review Team" - Jonathan A.
Moreno professor of "medical ethics" at the University of
Pennsylvania, Moreno is a strong advocate of human embryo-killing
research. In a July 2008 Pew Forum interview Moreno said, "The
important questions now are how much of a leadership role will the
next administration take and how efficiently will the government be
able to push this very promising field of [embryonic stem cell]
scientific research forward?"

Secretary of State - Hillary. Enough said.
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1 comment:

Dirk said...

I read your post to my wife & she summed it very well: we're going to have to repent DAILY as a nation. It's so sad that this has become so "acceptable" in our society. I still pose the question: how can abortion be legally & morally OK when some piece of human debris who murders a pregnant woman gets charged with two counts of murder??? People just don't understand how this has cursed our country.