Wednesday, February 27, 2008


My many fans out there probably know exactly where I come out on the United States political race. But I decided to make it official and throw my horns totally behind Sen. Barack Obama. Now I have been disappointed in the past by politicians who promised one thing and then failed to deliver. Though I suspect I am not the only one who this has happened to. Now it is a trade secret just how many former politician we have down here, but let me just saw that it is hard to walk ten feet without bumping into one. In the past I have heard proudly pro-abortion candidates who in front of NARAL or a Planned Parenthood audience will say all the right things and then the next day talk about "safe, legal, and rare" and the need to reduce abortions. This truly annoys me since abortion is a right and so why would they want to reduce a right? This is not a right I want to be rare, for me the more the merrier. It is just plain bowing down to anti-choicers to use such language and to try to push the idea that women should not have an abortion for whatever reason they want. After all if you are going to teach that it isn't really human yet why in the world would you want to treat an abortion as any different than cutting your hair or removing any other tissue mass that is inconvenient to you. Let's cut the safe and rare crap and just keep it legal. Like me they don't care about that "safe" nonsense and like me they don't want inspections of abortion clinics and we don't care if the bottom feeders of the medical professions gravitate towards abortion clinics. We just don't care if a women dies during an abortion, or ends up never being able to conceive again because of a little slip of the scalpel, or some time in the future suffers psychological problems from it. In fact we will fight to our death (figuratively speaking for myself) to deny that women ever have ill effects from abortion.

Now getting back to Mr. Obama I realize that he isn't the perfect candidate and will talk such nonsense as saying that abortion has moral weight, but that we should trust women to make such a decision. But it seems to me that for him this is just pure rhetoric and he doesn't really believe that and that his record speaks for him. What really made me stand and and cheer was something I saw on one of those anti-choice blogs.
RUSSERT: Senator Obama, any statements or vote you'd like to takeback?

OBAMA: Well, you know, when I first arrived in the Senate that first year, we had a situation surrounding Terri Schiavo. And I remember how we adjourned with a unanimous agreement that eventually allowed Congress to interject itself into that decision making process of the families. It wasn't something I was comfortable with, but it was not something that I stood on the floor and stopped. And I think that was a mistake, and I think the American people understood that that was a mistake. And as a constitutional law professor, I knew better. And so that's an example I think of where inaction...

RUSSERT: This is the young woman with the feeding tube...

OBAMA: That's exactly right.

RUSSERT: ... and the family disagreed as to whether it should be removed or not.

OBAMA: And I think that's an example of inaction, and sometimes that can be as costly as action.
Wow! What a great regret! Yes his inaction lead to a women living a little while longer. If only they had prevented access to the courts so she could have died sooner. I am glad he has reflected on his mistake and is on the right track now.

Now I already has a special place in my heart of coal for Barach when he voted against the Born Alive Infant Protection act when he was an Illinois senator. None of those gutless so-called pro-abortion Senators in the congress voted against the Federal version of this act and I just love the fact the Mr. Obama sees no difference between a baby still in the womb and a baby recently out of the womb. Now you might be surprised to hear that I am against partial-birth abortion. I think the baby should be delivered normally and then killed. Why take the time to turn the baby around in the process of delivering it so that you can then suck out it's brains. It is much more efficient to just deliver the baby normally and then kill it. Yet for some reason which I can't fathom my generally pro-abortion friends who support partial birth abortion are against infanticide. This is just not immorally consistent. There is zero difference between these babies being delivered and after they are delivered, so come on people let us go back to the wisdom of Pagan times when the babies were left out in the elements to die. An archaeological dig turned up the hundreds of the bones of newborns in the sewers as a result of Pagan practice. The Pagans were a great people that didn't have such sill scruples and I am glad to see that either does Sen. Obama.

Now many have criticized Mr. Obama for there not being any there there. What is there though is a lot to like and just how much experience does a Democrat have to have in picking Supreme Court justices that will keep abortion legal? For most Democrats regardless of their experience are ready to do this on day one!

But there is more to like about Mr. Obama. He is right about embryonic stem-cell research. Killing persons to help to benefit other persons is exactly the kind of immorality I support. Now if only they would realize that harvesting the organs of people in prison can be used to save the lives of multiple people looking for organ donations. In fact there are a lot of people whose life isn't worth living that could be used for the benefit of others. In fact they could have harvested some of the perfect good organs of Terri Shiavo as she was in her final death process (I just love euphemisms and euthanasia).

Mr. Obama is right about cloning. Cloning and killing for research or for whatever reason is a great idea. I love the idea of somebody creating a twin of themselves and then killing it and harvesting some of their own twins cells. Those societal mores against cannibalism is just another of those silly cultural taboos that need to be eliminated.

Mr. Obama is totally right about husbands who are living with another women and starting a new family should have total medical decisions over an inconvenient wife.

On issues I care about Sen. Obama is a great candidate so I gladly give him my endorsement.


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