We Told You that Babies are to Blame

On Sunday, January 25th, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on the ABC News program, This Week, that the government’s economic stimulus package should include a healthy increase in spending for what she called “family planning.”  (If you didn’t already know, “family planning” is code for abortion.) 

 

Pelosi said that this would save state and federal governments the cost of having to pay for the health care and education of poor children.  Of course, it’s pretty hard to argue with that sort of logic.  After all, dead children are indeed less expensive than live children.  

 

In any event, Pelosi’s remarks came on the heels of Barak Obama signing an executive order allowing money taken out of the paychecks of American workers to be used for abortions – in foreign countries!  In other words, at the same time we’re being told that America doesn’t have enough money to take care of its own children, we’re also being told that we have enough to pay for the executions of other people’s children.  Meanwhile, as the economy spirals toward the ground, Planned Parenthood – America’s number one abortion profiteer – is getting about a million dollars a day in taxpayer funding and there are calls for that to be doubled. 

 

So let’s recap.  In last year’s presidential campaign, Obama labels babies a “punishment” and, now, one of his co-degenerates follows that up by saying that they contribute to our financial woes.  Isn’t it interesting that these people who claim overpopulation is the cause of economic ruin – and every other social problem known to man – never volunteer to give their own lives to address these issues?  No sir.  They only insist that others be killed for the greater good and the group they “choose” is the only one that can’t fight back.

 

How strange. 

 

 

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There is something else that happened on the political front... the election of Michael Steele as RNC chair. I know some pro-life people who are optimistic but I am struggling with it because of his involvement with the Republican Leadership Council...which was formed to raise money to help elect pro-choice Republicans to Congress. Michael Steele was a co-founder along with Christine Todd Whitman and former Senator John Danforth.

The platform of the Republican party is pro-life. If the issue were slavery, and we were the anti-slavery party why would we want to recruit people into the party who are pro-slavery? You can't have it both ways.

Unfortunately some prominent pro-life people like Deal Hudson, from Catholic Advocate are convinced of his commitment to the unborn.
# Posted By Mary | 2/3/09 10:08 AM
I just don't understand how or what Pelosi and Obama fans think?? (or don't think) They claim abortion will help stimulate the economy, however they ignore the following very important economic details of how more newborn babies stimulate the economy:

"Every time a child is aborted, the only "stimulus" the economy receives is through the abortionist's pocket. When a child is born, however, money is spent on baby bottles, diapers, food, clothes, toys, etc. Whole industries benefit from, and sometimes depend upon, the existence of a steady population of newborns.

As children grow, they not only keep farmers busy producing more food and stores selling more clothes, they also mean jobs for teachers and principals and janitors and bus drivers and lunch ladies.

As they get older, those kids turn into something else: taxpayers. They start by filling summer and part-time jobs and eventually go on to become workers, entrepreneurs, producing, earning, spending, saving, investing wages, paying taxes.

Certain government programs are already starting to experience the effects of a shrinking or stagnant tax base. Because there are fewer and fewer workers supporting a growing retiree population, both Social Security and Medicare face the possibility of bankruptcy in a few short decades. Lawmakers can raise taxes or cut benefits, but they cannot make up for economic impact of 50 million lives lost to abortion since 1973.

The loss of lives means not only the loss of their productivity and their taxes, but also their creativity, intelligence, and innovation. Also lost: new ideas, new inventions, new cures, new industries, new jobs, and an increased standard of living for all."

But somehow the libs still don't get it???

Great Post, I enjoyed reading you blog. Keep up the great work!
# Posted By a red voice | 2/14/09 1:53 AM

Mark Crutcher of Life Dynamics