About five years ago, when the Obamanation started rising to national prominence in the USA, I stated: “He will be the most evil president in American history.” Unfortunately I was right, although this hasn’t stopped millions of dopey, ill-informed alleged Christians from voting for him.
Apart from the fact that this shyster – the Kenyan conman - was almost certainly illegible to be a candidate, as he was born in Kenya and has a faked birth certificate, his record clearly shows the foul nature of this man. Anti Israel, pro Islamic and, according to one prominent black speaker at a conference I also spoke at, elected by millions of fraudulent “votes”, Obama is also in favor of killing babies. Think I exaggerate? Read on for the truth!
This excerpt is from the world’s best creation ministry and here’s the link: http://creation.com/bioethicists-and-obama-agree-infanticide-should-be-legal It tells how as an Illinois state senator, sitting for America’s most politically corrupt city of Chicago, Barack Hussein Obama repeatedly blocked a bill giving live babies, victims of botched abortions, the right to life-saving treatment. Obama worried that this would infringe a woman’s so-called “right to choose,” a right not extended to her baby. He was also concerned about the “rights”of baby killers- abortionists. Here’s the text from Creation, which is linked to our website:
The Born Alive Infant Protection Act (BAIPA) at the national level, and various bills like it in state legislatures, was introduced in response to reports that some victims of botched abortion, who were born alive, were being left to die. Jill Stanek was a nurse who testified about this practice, having seen infants shelved in dirty utility rooms to die. The BAIPA guaranteed infants born under such circumstances the same right to treatment as other prematurely born children, whether or not the parents wanted the child to be treated.
The bill passed the Senate unanimously, with even the most pro-abortion senators agreeing that once a child was born, the mother’s so-called ‘right to choose’ ended. In 2002, BAIPA was signed into law at the national level. However, in theIllinoissenate, a state version of the law failed to pass repeatedly, thanks in large part to then-State Senator Barack Obama (1961–). TheIllinoisBAIPA only passed after Obama left the State Senate. Stanek reports that when she testified before a committee of which Obama was a member:
‘Obama articulately worried that legislation protecting live aborted babies might infringe on women's rights or abortionists' rights. Obama's clinical discourse, his lack of mercy, shocked me. I was naive back then. Obama voted against the measure, twice. It ultimately failed. In 2003, as chairman of the next Senate committee to which BAIPA was sent, Obama stopped it from even getting a hearing, shelving it to die much like babies were still being shelved to die in Illinois hospitals and abortion clinics.’20
At the national level, Obama has proved to be one of the most pro-abortion senators, going so far as to vote against a law that would require an abortionist performing an abortion on a minor transported across state lines to notify at least one parent. He opposed the USSupreme Court decision upholding the ban on partial-birth abortion, the gruesome procedure in which a late-term baby’s body is delivered leaving only the head in the birth canal, when the abortionist sucks the baby’s brains out then delivers the dead baby now that the head has been suitably shrunk.21
Obama v Christian ethics
“If they [my daughters] make a mistake, I don’t want them punished with a baby” Barack Obama
It is hard to justify such extremism as support for ‘women’s rights’, especially when, in many places in the world, abortion targets unborn girls over boys. Obama said, regarding his own daughters, that ‘if they make a mistake, I don’t want them punished with a baby.’22 But the Bible regards children as blessings to be thankful for, not as nuisances (Psalm 127:4–5).
Many stories in Scripture revolve around women who are heartbroken over their inability to have children and are blessed finally with sons of their own (Sarah, Rebekah, Hannah, Elizabeth), and the Bible speaks clearly about the humanity of the unborn (Genesis 25:21–22, Psalm 139:13–16, Jeremiah 1:5, Luke 1:41–44).
Obama may not openly or even consciously support the utilitarian ethic that Singer and most other bioethicists embrace, but his position on infanticide, devaluing certain human life as unworthy of life, has its roots in evolutionary utilitarian thought and defining personhood separately from humanity. But it should be no surprise—Obama is an ardent evolutionist, saying, ‘Evolution is more grounded in my experience than angels’.
However, at least the atheistic bioethicists like Singer and Fletcher are being consistent—one may call their worldview evil and abominable, but not illogical. But Obama claims to be a Christian while embracing positions that are inherently antithetical to any Christian ethic. As inexcusable as it is to claim to be too humane to eat meat while advocating baby butchery, it is worse to be pro-infanticide while claiming to worship the God in whose image the babies are made.
Editorial note (from Creation Ministries):
CMI does not engage in partisan politics; we are, though, very much concerned with the effects on society of evolutionary thinking. Thus, when a candidate for the world's most powerful political position (regardless of party affiliation), not only espouses evolution but shows clearly the outcome of it on their thinking on such biblically serious matters, it is very much within our ministry mandate.