Wednesday, April 09, 2008

A Miracle of Life to some, and a punishment to others like Barack Obama

4-9-2008

To the people who actually believe that Barack Obama is actually a Christian, I have a quit claim deed to the Empire State Building for you. All it will cost you is $100 dollars. and it will be yours. Moral Christians respect and Cherish the miracle of the unborn. There are two things that fascinate me more then anything else in life. One is watching buildings being built, and the other is the evolution of the unborn. People who follow the theory of evolution still can't explain it, nor will I ever expect them to be able to actually. When you actually think about every component in the human body, just think that it all started with a sperm and an egg the size of a needle's head. I guess Jerimah Wright was too busy preaching about the "KKK of A" to be bothered with preaching to his naive and clueless congregation including Obama about the miracle of the unborn. In a Obama rally last week he gave a speech to the crowd that if his teenage daughters became pregnant, he wouldn't want them "punished" with a baby. I wonder how Barack Obama would have felt if his mother would have considered him a "punishment" because of her decision to hook up with his father and become pregnant because of it? There are millions of married couples in the United States that for one reason or another can't have a child of their own. There are women that will never be able to experience the miracle of bringing a new life into the world, yet Barack Obama is completely oblivious to the fact that a child is not a "PUNISHMENT" but a miracle. Also I can't believe this over hyped, mass marketed dim wit tried to compare a STD to an unplanned pregnancy. Oh well, why should that surprise me.


9 Comments:

Blogger Thuyen Tran said...

"Also I can't believe this over hyped, mass marketed dim wit tried to compare a STD to an unplanned pregnancy. Oh well, why should that surprise me."

I can believe that. If the media admits that human life is involved, it it admitting it is complicit and in support of the worst form of mass murder in human history in any given country- coming to killing more than black slavery in America, the Holocaust, and Stalin's purges combined.

Now, that is a thought to contemplate.

And btw, here is some encouraging news.

Wilbeforce's descendant said that if Wilberforce is around, he would have opposed abortion:


http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=60428

A great, great grandson of successful anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce is addressing the contemporary "slavery" issue, abortion.

In a commentary on a United Kingdom blog, Gerard Wilberforce wrote he believes his ancestor, who campaigned for years for the end of the transatlantic slave trade in 1807, which led to the abolition of slavery through out British Empire in 1833, would consider the two activities similar.

"I am often asked what would be the campaigns Wilberforce would be fighting if he were alive in 21st century Britain. I believe that there would be a number of different issues – among them human trafficking and the scourge of drugs. But almost certainly at the top of the list, would be the issue of abortion," wrote Gerard Wilberforce, a Catholic priest.

"As the Human Fertilization and Embryology bill comes before Parliament over the next few weeks, the opportunity presents itself to amend the abortion act," he continued. "With the number of abortions having reached 200,000 per year in the UK alone, the time is right to tighten up the law that was designed to protect women by ending illegal abortion, but never to allow such a high degree of deprived life."

He said there are "great similarities" between the preborn child and the status of African slaves 200 years ago.

"Slaves were considered a commodity to do with whatever the vested interests of the day decided. Today, in our desire to play God in our embryology experimentation, with all its' unfulfilled promises of miracle cures, and our decision to abort unwanted children, we are no better than those slave traders who put their interests and world view higher than they placed the sanctity and value of human life," he said.

According to the Wilberforce Forum, a division of Prison Fellowship Ministries that helps Christians approach life with a biblical worldview, the group was named after William Wilberforce, whose influence "helped to lead English into the great 19th-century revivals."

"There's hardly a soul alive today who isn't horrified and offended by the very idea of human slavery," an article posted on the site said. "We seethe with moral indignation at it, and we can't fathom how anyone or any culture every countenanced it. But in the world into which Wilberforce was born, the opposite was true."

"The idea of ending slavery was so completely out of the question at that time that Wilberforce and the abolitionists couldn't even mention it publicly. They focused on the lesser idea of abolishing the slave trade …. but never dared speak of emancipation, of ending slavery itself," the site said.

After that battle was won in 1807, it "paved the way for all that followed, inspiring the other nations of the world to follow suit and opening the door to emancipation," the site said. That was achieved three days before Wilberforce died in 1833.

"To fathom the magnitude of what Wilberforce did, we have to see that the 'disease' he vanquished forever was actually neither the slave trade nor slavery. Slavery still exists around the world today, in such measure as we can hardly fathom. What Wilberforce vanquished was something even worse than slavery, something that was much more fundamental and can hardly be seen from where we stand today: He vanquished the very mindset that made slavery acceptable and allowed it to survive and thrive…"

In the 2008 battle against abortion, Gerard Wilberforce said the issues are similar.

"Most of the people at the time didn't believe the evil of slavery could ever be defeated, as so much of the economy at the time was dependent on the trade," Gerard Wilberforce wrote. "It's easy for us to think that is the case today with abortion, but I believe William Wilberforce would not take such a view.

"Whilst our hearts go out to those who have chosen abortion, there should now be much greater emphasis on the alternatives that exist. Many of us would like to see far more support for those who have made such a significant and difficult decision – but whilst we recognize the trauma many women have gone through, we also have a duty to 'Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves' (Proverbs 31)," he wrote. "The Psalmist says, 'My frame was not hidden from you when I was made in the secret place.' With abortions in the UK reaching 600 a day, it seems to me that the 'secret place,' is one of the most dangerous places to be in modern day Britain."

He said his ancestor's battle against slavery took decades, but looking back now, the practice of slavery sparks horror.

"I truly believe we will look back in years to come, repent and ask forgiveness for what we let happen to the unborn child," he said.

WND columnist Ellis Washington recently brought up the same criticisms of the modern abortion industry.

"American society has a modern form of slavery that in my opinion is vastly more clandestine and diabolical than America's 400-year experiment with 'that peculiar institution' – abortion," he wrote.

"Jefferson, in his Declaration of Independence, guaranteed all Americans three rights – 'life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.' These rights were 'inalienable' meaning they derived from God and cannot be taken away by man. By failing to protect the most vulnerable in our midst, Americans should wonder: Do we therefore possess any rights that God is bound to respect?" he asked.

12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmm. . .I always thought pregnancy was a consequence not a punishment.

11:11 AM  
Anonymous Chilerkle said...

What Barrack Obama said about yet about to be born infants is vile and bigoted no matter how much cute little spin he'd like to put on it.

I despise how the left talks about the ugly nature of bigotry and yet the most vile bigotry is the very essence of the left.

Punishment if anything is punishment it's listening to your trap Barrack Obama.

You're getting by because of unfair racial bias that is in your favor.
But then again since when has any bias been fair to anyone?

3:09 PM  
Blogger Pamela said...

I figured you would say something about this. I happened to hear about this on the radio. I was so past disgusted, especially from someone claiming to be a Christian. The Bible says that you will know them by their fruit. I have heard others that say they are Christians that were for abortion. HOWEVER I have NEVER heard any Christian refer to a baby (created in God's image for those that are Christian) being a punishment. Amazing indeed.

9:46 AM  
Anonymous Dana said...

You've been tagged!

10:20 AM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

thuyen tran"I can believe that. If the media admits that human life is involved, it it admitting it is complicit and in support of the worst form of mass murder in human history in any given country- coming to killing more than black slavery in America, the Holocaust, and Stalin's purges combined. "

It's comforting to know that most people are finally starting to wake up the the bias and agenda of the national media outlets thuyen tran. The media will NEVER EVER report the story on the how aborion is directly tied to the pending bankruptcy of Social Security. Not only was 45 million babies killed, because they were deemed a "punishment or "mistake", but that also means that 45 million potential tax payers were murdered. If they were allowed to live, the tax revenue that they would have eventually stared to produce would have helped to shore up Social Security. They don't want to talk about that though. Bagdad Bob actually had more credibility then the National Media.

Pamela"I figured you would say something about this. I happened to hear about this on the radio. I was so past disgusted, especially from someone claiming to be a Christian."

lol, I wanted to write something on this last week Pamela. Al Sharpton said a few years ago, that there is the "Christian Right", and "Right Christians". He believes that himslf and people like Obama, Jerimah Wright are the "Right Christians", and conservative Christians aren't.

http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/07/05/sharpton.agenda/index.html

That's why I break out laughing when I hear the term "liberal christianity". Liberalism in Christianity is basically the watering down of scripture so that liberals who endorse immoral behavior can feel good about their actions. When Pope John Paul died, liberals were upset that Pope Benedict wasn't a liberal leaning Pope.
http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0504/24/rs.01.html

5:40 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

anon"Hmm. . .I always thought pregnancy was a consequence not a punishment."

I guess people like Barack are more "enlightened" then us lol. Us normally thinking people also believe that pregnancy is the consequences of an action. It pitiful that a person like Obama believes that an innocent person has to be the one who ultimately is punished because some people don't want to face up the consquences of their actions. That really erks me.

Pamela "I have NEVER heard any Christian refer to a baby (created in God's image for those that are Christian) being a punishment. Amazing indeed."

Amazing indeed, yet the dumbed downd, Obama koolaid drinking lemmings who profess to be Christians are still fooled by him or actually share the same vies as him. It's obvious that Christianity in the black community has been hijacked. One on side there are the scripture purists that actually believe in the word, and then there are the con artists and race haters that twists the scripture to suit their weak minded beliefs then broadcast it to their congregations as the truth.

6:00 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

chilerkle"What Barrack Obama said about yet about to be born infants is vile and bigoted no matter how much cute little spin he'd like to put on it."

They will of course try to spin it chilerkle, they always do. They always try to make logic out of their insanity. They have a better chance at making 2+2=9.


chilerkle" despise how the left talks about the ugly nature of bigotry and yet the most vile bigotry is the very essence of the left"

They wrote the modern day book on bigotry chilerkle. They tend not to see their own bigotry on display. Their blinders of self rightousness seems to alsways get in the way for some reason. They can throw oreo cookies at a black man, and they can say with a straight face that their actions wasn't racist. Now they seem to have bias against older people. They are attacking McCain over his age. I've always thought with age comes wisdom. Obama is still wet behind the ears in more ways then one both morally, spirtually and politically.

chilerkle"Punishment if anything is punishment it's listening to your trap Barrack Obama."

lol, I agree chilerkle. I rather watch a marathon of "the view" then listen to another Obama speech. I actually would welcome being water boarded instead.lol

6:12 PM  
Blogger Forty_Two said...

"In America, anyone can be the president. That's one of the chances you take."

Adlai Stevenson

10:23 AM  

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