December 27, 2009 1 Comment
March 16, 2009 10 Comments
This says it all. No further commentary needed.
March 9, 2009 30 Comments
Here is Obama’s explanation as to why he is overturning the ban on federal funding of embryonic stem cell research. Pay attention to his words.
This should come as no surprise to us because he has always supported murdering unborn babies. What is shocking is how he places science above faith. He has always claimed to be a person of faith but I don’t know what faith he refers to. It certainly is not Christianity. I think his faith is in his political ideals, not the God who created all that is.
“In recent years, when it comes to stem cell research, rather than furthering discovery, our government has forced what I believe is a false choice between sound science and moral values. In this case, I believe the two are not inconsistent. As a person of faith, I believe we are called to care for each other and work to ease human suffering.”
It all sounds good so far, right? Well, I have a question for you. Where do you think these new embryonic stem cells are going to come from? That’s right…from embryos. Our government, at the direction of our president, has just said that it is okay to create human beings for the sole purpose of using them as research material. And our president says that there is no conflict between this “sound science” and a persons faith. Once again, I must wonder what “faith” is he meaning.
In summary, Obama is basically saying that the ends justify the means. He is saying that it is okay to create and destroy these “clumps of cells” for the greater good that can come out of it. These humans beings are expendable in order to achieve his desired results.
Is this what we, as Christians, should believe? If you are a Christian who supported/supports Obama, is this what you voted for? Are you having second thoughts now? YOU SHOULD BE!!
February 19, 2009 5 Comments
Huckabee really hits the nail on the head with this one. Do you agree?
February 2, 2009 1 Comment
January 22, 2009 137 Comments
For the last two days WordPress has listed this post as it Hawt Post on its home page. For any true pro-life person the question posed is no trouble to answer.
In a spirit of fun and fairness, I want to share with you the one question you can use to stump a pro-child sacrifice pro-murder pro-abortionist every time. The question is:
When does life begin?
That is it. When you ask them this they will begin the verbal dancing as they try to avoid answering the question. Any answer they give, other than at conception, will be arbitrary and will leave them open to follow up questions which they don’t want to answer. The most notable recent example is when Obama tried to answer the question at Rick Warren’s candidate forum held during the presidential election last fall.
If you have asked this question to those who support murdering unborn babies, share their responses in the comment section. If not, don’t forget the question so that you can ask it the next time you get a chance.
It seems that many in the comments have been trying to make the point that life begins at birth. We are told that “everyone” believes that way and that it is just “common sense“. You should know that not everyone believes this. In fact, our own laws concerning murder show this. In our country today, if a pregnant woman is murdered the person committing the murder is charged with two murders, not one. If the unborn baby were simply a “clump of cells” then there would be no basis for this. So it seems that even our government, through our law-makers, recognize that life begins before birth. To my knowledge no stage of pregnancy is mention in these laws so it would seem that our law-makers believe that life begins at conception. Sadly, this laws seems to exempt mothers and abortion doctors. We need to correct that.
October 21, 2008 4 Comments
I got another one of those chain emails that I normally delete without reading but I read this one. It has quotes from Obama’s books. Most are stuff I have heard before but one caught my attention.
From Audacity of Hope:”I will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly direction.“
No page citation was given and I don’t have the book. No context is given in which the comment was made. I am curious if this is really in his book or is this a hoax. Do you know? I can believe he would have said this but I can also believe people would make this up or take it out of context.