One of the greatest failings of our nation is our failure to protect unborn children from becoming murder victims.  No one has a God given right, nor a Constitutional right to kill unborns, yet through a legal twist some 30 years or so ago, many in our nation feel that they do have that right.  Who can blame them for there ignorance, they have grown up in a nation where this immoral “right to kill” is deemed legal.  We stand in a nation where legality and morality are at odds and in this election that will be a defining factor for many.

On the left hand, we have a pair of candidates who support a legal choice to kill unborns, and on the right hand we have McCain/Palin whose lives, both public and private indicate that they are willing to protect children based on their morality and irregardless of legality.  Many across the nation tend to side with evil and they are in quite an uproar over Sarah’s recent addition to the McCain ticket.  Locally they are well represented and in fact one of yesterday’s letters in the Herald lamented the possibility of it again becoming illegal to kill unborn children.

When the Republicans overturn Roe v. Wade, there will be no choice or decision to make, it will become the law.

I guess I’ve become a little callused because I really don’t feel bad for this person at all.  In fact I’m a bit giddy at the prospect of our nation outlawing the murder of unborns the same way that we have outlawed the murder of adults and children.  And I’m proud to be a committed Republican and I would feel even more proud if we Republican’s can manage to effect this change in our nation.  It won’t be easy though, but I have a feeling we are getting close.  You know you are close when the left hand quits arguing facts and goes straight for innuendos, lies and bold character assassinations.

When it comes to abortion, Palin represents the most radical faction within our current society, perhaps tied with animal-rights terrorists. Clinic bombings, murdered doctors, and extreme political shenanigans designed to limit the rights of women to choose for themselves.

Imagine just how far this writer has had to detach themselves from reality to even come up with this trash let alone write it for everyone else to read.  Not even a modicum of reality there.

Palin’s bio is “compelling,” Obama said.

The crowd booed. “No, it’s an interesting story.” More boos. “No, no, it is. I mean that sincerely. Mother, governor, moose shooter.”

The crowd broke out in laughter. “That’s cool. That’s cool. That’s cool stuff,” Obama said.

Ben Smith’s Blog

Wow, how really uncool is that stuff from the president wannabe.  Not even a modicum of professionalism.  Oh, no, here comes that giddy feeling again.  Watch out, I’m feeling a Partridge Family tune coming on.

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3 Responses to “Modicum”

  1. wally says:

    Oh yes, I did forget about infants who survive abortions having the audacity to hope they might receive care. I’m guessing that they have a different perspective on change. NObama!

  2. For 30 some odd years, 50% of the human species in America has a collective priveledge to commit murder.
    Why can’t the other 50% have a priveledge to hunt down child molesters and other such scum? I’m sure the revenue from ear tags would solve our state budget problems…

    All seriousness aside, and it seems that St. Obama wants to increase that priveledge to the same 50% to ‘live birth abortions’.
    I may wrestle with the concept of when do symptoms of life begin, but even someone as dense as I am realizes that ‘aborting’ a living BREATHING human is murder.
    How can anybody justify that one?

    Didn’t South Park address 30th trimester abortions?
    Obama sounds just as silly.

  3. Flat Tire says:

    Wally, one correction: You say, on the left hand we have a pair who support the killing of unborns. Actually, on the left hand we have one of those two who supports infanticide when an aborted pregnancy results in a live birth.