Exposing hypocrisy from within the womb

Jeannie DeAngelis
Obama says 30 million Americans are without adequate health care.  Who would have thought that the 50 million children aborted since 1973 would rise up and cry out from the grave exposing Obama and his minions for the hypocrites they are.

One-day prior to the landmark vote, Obama held a pep rally in anticipation of passing his health care reform bill in Washington DC.   In a speech full of exaggerations, half-truths and pompous self-promotion, Obama took the time to laud Democrat colleagues for impending victory in a contentious debate  saying:

Something inspired you to be a Democrat instead of running as a Republican. Because somewhere deep in your heart you said to yourself, I believe in an America in which we don't just look out for ourselves...we have a sense of neighborliness and a sense of community and we are willing to look out for one another and help people who are vulnerable.

Except of course if vulnerability exists in utero, or the neighborhood you live in happens to be your mother's womb.

Obama quoted Abraham Lincoln saying, "I am not bound to win, but I'm bound to be true. I'm not bound to succeed, but I'm bound to live up to the light I have." Obama's words provide vulnerable human beings denied life past, present and yet to be conceived means to illuminate what is within the recesses of Barry, Harry and Nancy's heart.

As the march to the vote continues, all along the triumphant parade route are is a cloud of witnesses made up of children's faces. Democrats are laid bare under the sterile adjustable operating room "light" Barack Obama prides himself on providing every time Bart Stupak (D-Mich), Marcy Kaptur (D- Ohio) or ten other antiabortion Democrats step forward to say, "the document would be insufficient to bring the entire group...onboard."

Good Catholic Nancy Pelosi prayed to Joseph, patron saint of expectant mothers, to assist in convincing legislators pass a "life affirming vote" for a bill that provides pregnant women the funds to purge fruit from the womb.  If Pelosi gets her way, answered prayer would have assisted an unwed mother named Mary the means to get rid of an inconvenience named Jesus.

Democrat Louise Slaughter chairwoman of the House Rules Committee moved health reform one step closer to the finish line, speaking the words, "We feel like we've been pregnant for 17 months, let's get on with it already." Louise obviously believes nothing spoils a party more than having pro-life Democrats mucking up the process by dragging out a red biohazard bag full of dead fetuses.

As Obama gasses up convertibles for the ticker-tape post vote celebration U.S. Catholic bishops also spoke out on behalf of the unborn by pleading with legislators to vote "No" on the bill.

U.S. Bishops argued
, "health care reform must protect life and conscience, not threaten them...the abortion coverage, allows federal funds to pay for elective abortions [through a new appropriation for services at Community Health Centers bypassing the Hyde amendment], and denies adequate conscience protection to individuals and institutions."   Obviously, Catholic bishops overlook the compassionate "sense of neighborliness and community" Democrats pride themselves on evidenced in community centers performing abortions.

Crying out from the depths of a dark womb the unborn illuminate the heartlessness of the Democrat leadership.  Obama trumpets what he calls "game-changing measures," which "for example, instead of having five tests when you go to the doctor you get one." The bill plans to ration one mammography to high-risk women in danger of breast cancer, while financing, with taxpayer monies, multiple ultrasounds to ensure pregnancies are successfully terminated.

Author's content: www.jeannie-ology.com

Obama says 30 million Americans are without adequate health care.  Who would have thought that the 50 million children aborted since 1973 would rise up and cry out from the grave exposing Obama and his minions for the hypocrites they are.

One-day prior to the landmark vote, Obama held a pep rally in anticipation of passing his health care reform bill in Washington DC.   In a speech full of exaggerations, half-truths and pompous self-promotion, Obama took the time to laud Democrat colleagues for impending victory in a contentious debate  saying:

Something inspired you to be a Democrat instead of running as a Republican. Because somewhere deep in your heart you said to yourself, I believe in an America in which we don't just look out for ourselves...we have a sense of neighborliness and a sense of community and we are willing to look out for one another and help people who are vulnerable.

Except of course if vulnerability exists in utero, or the neighborhood you live in happens to be your mother's womb.

Obama quoted Abraham Lincoln saying, "I am not bound to win, but I'm bound to be true. I'm not bound to succeed, but I'm bound to live up to the light I have." Obama's words provide vulnerable human beings denied life past, present and yet to be conceived means to illuminate what is within the recesses of Barry, Harry and Nancy's heart.

As the march to the vote continues, all along the triumphant parade route are is a cloud of witnesses made up of children's faces. Democrats are laid bare under the sterile adjustable operating room "light" Barack Obama prides himself on providing every time Bart Stupak (D-Mich), Marcy Kaptur (D- Ohio) or ten other antiabortion Democrats step forward to say, "the document would be insufficient to bring the entire group...onboard."

Good Catholic Nancy Pelosi prayed to Joseph, patron saint of expectant mothers, to assist in convincing legislators pass a "life affirming vote" for a bill that provides pregnant women the funds to purge fruit from the womb.  If Pelosi gets her way, answered prayer would have assisted an unwed mother named Mary the means to get rid of an inconvenience named Jesus.

Democrat Louise Slaughter chairwoman of the House Rules Committee moved health reform one step closer to the finish line, speaking the words, "We feel like we've been pregnant for 17 months, let's get on with it already." Louise obviously believes nothing spoils a party more than having pro-life Democrats mucking up the process by dragging out a red biohazard bag full of dead fetuses.

As Obama gasses up convertibles for the ticker-tape post vote celebration U.S. Catholic bishops also spoke out on behalf of the unborn by pleading with legislators to vote "No" on the bill.

U.S. Bishops argued
, "health care reform must protect life and conscience, not threaten them...the abortion coverage, allows federal funds to pay for elective abortions [through a new appropriation for services at Community Health Centers bypassing the Hyde amendment], and denies adequate conscience protection to individuals and institutions."   Obviously, Catholic bishops overlook the compassionate "sense of neighborliness and community" Democrats pride themselves on evidenced in community centers performing abortions.

Crying out from the depths of a dark womb the unborn illuminate the heartlessness of the Democrat leadership.  Obama trumpets what he calls "game-changing measures," which "for example, instead of having five tests when you go to the doctor you get one." The bill plans to ration one mammography to high-risk women in danger of breast cancer, while financing, with taxpayer monies, multiple ultrasounds to ensure pregnancies are successfully terminated.

Author's content: www.jeannie-ology.com