Obama Continues to Take the Moral High Ground

With today’s action President Obama continued his righteous campaign to take the moral high ground. How lucky we are to have such an upright and noble leader! 

See how he reaches out to the poor in the developing world and offers health care! It is done so effectively too! Why offer education, housing, hospitals and food for the poor starving children, when it is so much easier to simply eliminate them before they’re born!  
Obama, the son of an African, really is Africa’s friend. Now millions of American dollars can be spent eliminating unborn Africans. 

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/13523683273450353313 Subvet

    Well it didn’t take him long to get going, did it? So where are all the “Catholics” who loudly proclaimed B.O.’s actions on reducing poverty would lead to less abortions? I’m sure they can explain the unseen nuance and complexity in this.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08110341406524333073 chimakuni

    This is such tragic, tragic news. Lord, help us.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12520325224585096747 Éstiel

    Williamson’s satire is inspiring you, I guess.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/01379244511897838006 Marcus Aurelius

    The free access to abortion plank in the democrat platform truly does stink of hell. I’m with you on this one padre.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04970630672178867655 d.s.

    This is only the beginning——of the end of our country as we have known it. The smiling veneer of Obama is wearing off and is being replaced with the “real Obama” whose agenda is far left and at least socialist if not beyond!He voted for partial birth abortion so what do we expect from such a mind? and heart?d.s.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06830065132795330618 trailbee

    Joe the Plumber had it right the first time, and no one listened. The media made certain he looked the buffoon. d.s. is correct – this is the end of our country as we know it. God help us, if he isn't too busy elsewhere!How many Christians will support their churches without the motivation of a tax deduction? Where were & are the faithful?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12520325224585096747 Éstiel

    My own brief sojourn into that jungle is over. As I see it, my basic responsibility is as follows:what are the issues?what are the candidates’ positions on the issues?Vote.No part of which involves getting swept up into a “camp” of some kind, or “supporting” some candidate (the vote is the support), writing letters, making financial contributions, arguing, taking sides, staying glued to news broadcasts–not even listening to speeches (and thereby making oneself vulnerable to persuasion via mere rhetorical ability). Just:what are the issues?what are the candidates’ position on those issues?Vote.Period.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/06830065132795330618 trailbee

    When my vote is negated by a dead person, I get a little squirrely!I need more self-discipline.