Monday, January 23, 2012

Sanctity of Life - #3593 - VIDEO: Preemie Born @9.5 oz. Finally Goes Home - Hot Air (2) AUDIO: Abby Johnson, formerly with Planned Parenthood, Speaking at Pro-Life Event - Hot Air (3) Obama Defends Roe v. Wade as Way for 'Our Daughters' to Have Same Chance as Sons to 'Fulfill Their Dreams' - CNS News

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Preemie Born @ 9.5 oz Finally Goes Home - Hot Air - Yesterday was the 39th anniversary of the Roe v Wade decision, so it was a little surprising to The Morning Spew to see ABC feature this heartwarming story of the survival of the third-smallest preemie ever, which the network aired on Saturday. Did ABC connect the dots on this story, which emphasizes life, or was it just a coincidence of programming? The “miracle baby” was a product of conception, too. Kudos to ABC for airing this segment on the weekend when pro-abortion advocates celebrate the disposal of millions of “products of conception” over the last 39 years.


Abby Johnson, formerly with Planned Parenthood speaking at Pro-Life Event - Hot Air -  The former Planned Parenthood manager spoke at a pro-life event on October 3rd in Brooklyn Center, MN. This is just a couple of audio clips from her speech, accompanied by a slideshow of pictures from the event taken by me. As a grandparent of two girls myself, the first revelation took my breath away, but the second was more instructive. Planned Parenthood wants to pose abortion as an antiseptic tissue removal service, but Johnson’s explanation of the “POC” (products of conception) work is just ghastly. It’s an explanation that exposes the lie that abortions only expel a lump of tissue, and it should be heard more often in the discussion over abortion.


Do We Really Want Obama to Have 4 More Years to Promote Abortion?
Obama Defends Roe v. Wade as Way for 'Our Daughters' to Have Same Chance as Sons to 'Fulfill Their Dreams' - CNS News President Barack Obama says the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade is the chance to recognize the “fundamental constitutional right” to abortion and to “continue our efforts to ensure that our daughters have the same rights, freedoms, and opportunities as our sons to fulfill their dreams.”  The 1974 U.S. Supreme Court nationalized abortion law, prohibiting states from deciding on the matter. In his written statement, Obama acknowledged that abortion has been a divisive political issue.  Obama, while serving in the Illinois State Legislature and as president of the United States, has taken a hard line on abortion rights.  Read more.........

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