Sen. Obama: Voted to protect the act of baby murder

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    Former Nurse on Obama's Controversial Abortion Vote - Hannity - FOXNews.com

    Yep. Shocking headline. Unfortunately true. Live birth abortion. Birthing a baby, with anticipation it would die in the process. But 10-20% LIVED, survived the abortion, and they are left to die alone, crying, breathing. Those babies were marked for death, so their fight to survive must be ignored.

    This nurse testified to holding and rocking a small baby until it died 45 minutes later because she couldn't tolerate the thought of the baby dying alone in a damn closet. The doctor and parents, however, didn't think it would survive the abortion, so they just left it to die.

    Senator Barack Obama voted NO on a bill that would ban this act.

    Only fucking filthy human beings with no souls would vote that way.
     
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    How dare that baby survive it's death sentence.
     
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    If you remember obama voted this way because he is not sure that a baby born and wholly outside its mother's womb is a person entitled to Constitutional protection.
     
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    I call this legalized murder
     
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    Yet air pollution is a major contributor to poor mental and physical difficulties of the unborn and is a major contributor the climbing US mortality rate of the unborn.
    Yet some want to do away with the Clean Air Act? Are they pro-life at the same time?
    If one wants to protect the unborn, they can't be selective about what ways to protect the unborn, otherwise it's just a lot of hot air.
     
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    Advances in technology and an American populace that wishes to see reductions in pollution is why the air is cleaner today than it was during the days when London was perpetually "foggy" or when rivers caught fire in Ohio in the 1970s. Federal government laws and regulations didn't clean the air, advances in technology in the marketplace, along with a free press to report on polluters is why we have cleaner air today. Government just loves to ride the coattails of technology in order to claim it was their intervention that improved things...with plenty of suckers believing them.
     
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    And that explains the increasing cases of respiratory diseases in children living in the US?
     
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    Nonsense.

    It was a blend of private and public sector solutions and efforts that made the environment cleaner.

    And environmental regulation is needed now more than ever, as ‘modern’ pollution can occur for years, often decades, before detection, well after the damage is done.
     
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    And I suppose no government regulations improved sanitation in the food industry?
     
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    Yet the price of rice in China was.....

    Who cares?

    Irrespective.

    With respect to this vote by Obama, if he wanted to be consistent with the law, his vote was his only choice. His vote is really a non-issue, if one expects folks to be consistent with existing law.
     

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