Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Speaking of politicians uttering bizarre, incendiary remarks in public...

I refer, of course, to this newly unearthed videotape of State Senator Barack Obama (D-Grove Parc) endorsing third trimester abortions:

Q: Are you pro-choice?

Obama: I am pro-choice.

Q: In all situations, including [the] late-term thing?

Obama: I am pro-choice. I believe that women make responsible choices and that they know... uh... better the... uh... tragedy of... uh... a... uh... difficult... uhm... pregnancy... and I don't think it's the government's role to meddle in that choice.

As Jim Hoft observes, "[T]his political position in itself, makes Barack Obama the most radical president in US history. But, don’t expect the media to report on this."

In fact, Barack Obama -- as a state senator -- endorsing fourth trimester abortions, which is to say he explicitly voted on multiple occasions to legally permit a doctor to terminate a baby that had survived an abortion.

So which is more controversial: some crackpot statement by a guy in Missouri or the Obama record of -- not once, but twice -- voting to legalize infanticide?

For you drones reading along -- slowly, to be sure -- that's a rhetorical question.

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