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I am now a simple Grandpa who's life is made richer as each grandchild is born. My wife and I have raised five children and the 30 year love labor of raising them has begun to yield sweet fruit..... And then there are fruits of 30 years in ministry ... I am a satisfied old man full of the joy of the Lord.

Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Barack Obama Will Make You Pay For Other's Abortions

Barack's new health plan includes abortion. The Chicago Tribune reported last year, when Senator Obama was "asked about his proposal for expanded access to health insurance, Obama said it would cover 'reproductive health services.' Contacted afterward, an Obama spokesperson said that included 'abortions.' The Obama campaign does not deny Senator Obama supports taxpayer funded abortions.

Although in recent days Senator Obama has tried to downplay his extremist views on abortion, his own Presidential website says, "...he has been a consistent champion of reproductive choice and will make preserving women's rights under Roe v. Wade a priority as President."

Minnesota citizens already pay for 45 babies to be killed every day. This is Minnesota state law. Now, under Obama, we would be required to pay for 4,000 more every day. How can we be forced to pay for the destruction of innocent life?

The sad thing is that McCain is just as bad. When will this end ? Where will it end? True Justice is on His way. Come Lord Jesus.

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Blogger Carlton said...

John McCain is NOT as bad.

McCain is bad enough to agonize, but the contrast between the two candidates remains stark. Even on abortion. Let's say McCain nominates a Kennedy to the Supreme Court. Obama will nominate a Bader Ginsburg every time. McCain sympathizes and relates to the Liberals. Obama is a Leftist who sympathizes with America hatred and sold-out Marxism. To make a blanket statement that McCain is just as bad, even in a category like abortion, is not right. It's an unfair representation, and therefore bad influence to the electorate. Excuse me, I have to harp on even the Harpel, because Americans have a unique identity in their government, and Christians have the higher reponsibility to do what's right even when it would be easy to give up, and even Christians are not only very fragmented politically these days but are confused or uninformed or just plain snowed by the bumbardment of information that's out there.
.... now I'm branching off a little...
God bless James Dobson, and Bruce Harpel, but we MUST NOT take the perspective of not voting for a candidate. The system, the responsibility requires to vote for the BETTER. The James Dobson view of not voting for so-n-so because he's not good enough, even if they lose, and then probably the Christians will raise up...
is "the ends justifies the means"!!
Let God control the outcome which a James Dobson should know better about. If the earlier part of the process got screwed up, doesn't mean you effectively give up. The system is about the better, not the best. Christians are obligated to vote.

Excuse me for going off, but things are getting foggier and murkier and the quicksand is getting bigger, so I'm sensitive as I see many Christians not thinking straight, even in light of the best spiritual truths.

!I DO NOT know Bruce Harpel to be even similar to James Dobson in this way as you might have inferred. It's just that it's these types of statements that lead to the deceived position of political apathy while they think they're being more Christian or spiritual. I might have made a mountain out of a mole hill vis-a-vis Bruce... but not vis-a-vis the deception overtaking Christian Conservatives, even leaders.

1:31 AM, July 15, 2008  
Blogger bruce said...

Point well take Carlton. I know we have to vote for someone. I am just disgusted with who we have to choose from.

8:29 AM, July 15, 2008  
Blogger Carlton said...

Amen. I empathize.


1:14 PM, July 17, 2008  

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