Obama Still Haunted by Stance on Abortion

October 10, 2008 at 7:10 am Leave a comment

An influential conservative group in Washington has released a new video warning voters that Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama wants to make partial-birth abortion legal again in the United States.

The new video, produced by the Family Research Council (FRC), hammers Senator Obama for opposing the Born Alive Infant Protection Act while he was a state senator in Illinois.
The video’s announcer says, “Senator Obama, why did you vote against protecting infants that survived late-term abortions not once, but four times? Even Congress unanimously supported protections identical to those you blocked in Illinois. The Supreme Court upheld the ban on partial-birth abortions, and yet today you keep working to roll back this law. Call Senator Obama. Tell him to stop trying to overturn these basic human rights.” (Watch video here.) http://www.frcaction.org/get.cfm?i=AL08J01
FRC president Tony Perkins notes Obama is a “leading supporter” of legislation that would not only make partial-birth abortion legal, but also repeal all parental notice laws on abortion and provide unlimited tax funding of abortion.

The FRC video stands in stark contrast to a new website called “Pro-Life Obama” that was recently unveiled by a liberal political action committee that reaches out to evangelical and Catholic voters. The site, produced by the Matthew 25 Network, argues that pro-lifers should not be afraid to vote for Obama.

Source: One News Now


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