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Check out Eduardo's video at http://www.obamamustsee.com/. There is a pre-warning and they give you the option to click to fast forward past some graphic images of aborted babies. A must read article below concerning Eduardo endorsement and note the individual at the end of the article.
Here is another video of a campaign ad that aired in Chicago and yanked from YouTube. This is historic cause for the first time that I am aware of, aborted baby pictures are aired on regular TV in the state of Illinois and the networks can do nothing about it cause it is protected since it is an ad done by a campaigner. Hats off to the Constitution party!!! It's providential that this ad is airing in a Senate race in Illinois which is Obama's home political state. Aborted babies finally getting a chance to speak up for themselves!!! For those who have committed an abortion this may be hard viewing I would refer you to be mindful that if God forgave the Roe of Roe vs Wade He can in Christ forgive you also!!! (See Testimony of Roe of Roe vs Wade)
Koppie for Senate from Chad Koppie on Vimeo.
Pro-Life Latino Star Endorses McCain, While Other Latinos Say Obama’s ‘Pro-Life’-"A Latino superstar has endorsed Sen. John McCain for president, citing Sen. Barack Obama’s pro-abortion record, while some Latinos say they are supporting Obama because they believe he is “pro-life.”
Eduardo Verastegui, the Latino actor whose pro-life film “Bella” won the 2006 Toronto Film Festival People’s Choice Award, has produced a new video detailing Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s record on abortion, which includes his opposition to a ban on partial birth abortion and his opposition in the Illinois state Senate to legislation aimed at protecting babies who survive botched abortions.
Verastegui’s pro-life views have been criticized by some Latino blogs, and the original version of his video was pulled by YouTube.com....
Also, Verastegui’s outspoken opposition to same-sex marriage has been denounced by homosexual activists, including Mexico’s homosexual soccer club “Tri Gray.” They publicly ridiculed the popular actor from the offices of Mexico’s secretary of health on Oct. 22.
Nonetheless, at a rally in Colorado earlier this month, Verastegui said he wanted to reach out to Latino voters by endorsing GOP presidential candidate John McCain.“I am endorsing McCain for president because of his commitment to end abortion, protect traditional marriage and reform immigration fairly,” Verastegui said....“If a president is not willing to defend the most innocent of his own country, the babies in their mothers’ wombs, then my question is this, ‘Who is he willing to defend?’” Verastegui says in the video. “That’s what inspired me to put this video together.”
In addition to detailing Obama’s pro-abortion record, the video, available in both Spanish and English, includes graphic footage of abortions and a message from Verastegui asking for people “to fight for those without a voice.”...“We need to put an end to abortion, and political candidates play a very important role in this matter,” Verastegui said at the rally. “More than 200,000 Latino babies were killed by abortion each year in the USA. This holocaust must end.”“That’s why we must elect John McCain,” said Verastegui. “He will defend and protect the most innocent of his country, the beautiful babies in their mothers’ wombs.”
Verastegui, 34, was born in northern Mexico and got his start singing with the pop group Kairo and acting in Mexican soap operas. A devout Catholic, Verastegui attends Mass daily and recently participated in 40 Days for Life in Los Angeles where he joined other pro-life activists who are praying until Nov. 2 in front of family planning facilities that perform abortions.“I was counting all the women lined up for an abortion,” Verastegui said about the Los Angeles event in an interview with freelance writer Anita Crane. “It was all Latinas and African-Americans. “And I said all I want to do here is share with you a video on the hard truth about what is going on inside (that place). And you know what? By the grace of God, four babies were saved this morning,” he said....“Most of the registered Latinos who are voting are voting for Obama,” Verastegui said. “Why is that? He doesn’t represent our values: respect for life, traditional marriage or even immigration reform.” Two Latino activists in the Washington, D.C., area, however, disagreed with Verastegui. "That's just not true," Roxana Olivas, a Washington, D.C., resident who describes herself as pro-life and is voting for Obama told CNSNews.com. "If there is someone who shows the sanctity of life, it's Obama.""
A pro-life president would not smear an abortion survivor. See http://www.bornalivetruth.org/. He would rather platform her as an example to be made of rather then smear her!!! Nor would he smear the pro-life community which is one of the biggest supporters of reducing abortions and bringing awareness to this issue see Obama caught smearing the pro-life community on video and yet claims to understand and respect our views!!! Re-enter Jeremiah Wright and Obama's Church.
Jill Stanek is the very nurse that testified before Obama concerning infants born that survived an abortion. Obama says today that he didn't support the protections because there were laws already in place. This is not what Obama argued originally. For more on this you must consult http://www.jillstanek.com/. She is well documented and if you are going to be fair to both sides of the issue don't just accept Obama's at face values!!! Be fair to Jill and give her a read and then determine for yourself whether or not a vote for Obama is a pro-life vote!!! I would suggest any reader to subscribe to her blog even if you disagree just so that you are getting the otherside of the story from a great competent source.
Breaking news: Audio of Obama's speech against Born Alive found-"In 2001, then IL state Sen. Barack Obama ,for the 2nd year in a row, was the sole person opposing Born Alive Infant bills on the state senate floor.
Audio of senate floor debates is destroyed when transcripts are written. Until now, only the Chicago Tribune was known to have audio of this debate but had only released a very small clip.
But we now have it. A reader requesting anonymity sent it to me. Thanks to moderator Chris for making a YouTube video, accentuating Obama's talking points and irrationality...
In the audio, Obama argues against calling for a 2nd physician if the 1st physician - the abortionist - has decided the baby s/he has just aborted alive is non-viable....
Most would recognize the potential for subjective opinion in this case. The abortionist has been paid to kill the baby, and a live birth would indicate s/he botched.
In addition, these babies are often being aborted because the abortionist has stated they are handicapped. A living baby could be evidence the abortionist made a wrong diagnosis.
Barack Obama, a self-professed champion of the little guy and opponent of bullies, in this case argued in favor of trusting the abortionist. The reasons for Obama's trust in the abortion industry are obvious. It gives him $$ and gets him votes. For instance, the abortion lobby, in 2008, promised to spend $30 MILLION for their candidates.
In this audio, Obama utters these infamous words, among many:
"... if that fetus or child - however way you want to describe it - is now outside the mother's womb...."
"... but there's, let's say, movement or some indication that, in fact, they're not just coming out limp and dead...."
Breaking news: Parenthood Parenthood admits infanticide-"Students for Life of America has just released video on YouTube (and Eyeblast in the likely event YouTube yanks the video) of a counselor at the Freehold Planned Parenthood in NJ describing the induced labor abortion procedure to a prospective client, so she thinks.
The SFLA press release states:
In the footage, the PP nurse describes to the pregnant woman that the abortion would entail delivering her son alive and, after the woman asks if the baby can be born alive, the nurse admits that "it does happen, but it wouldn't be able to survive on its own so eventually the baby does die."...
As evidenced in the SFLA video, the practice of allowing babies born alive during abortions to die, which is defined as infanticide, is still being practiced today....
[It] further validates the undercover video SFLA obtained of infamous late-term abortionist, George Tiller, in March 2008 stating, "Let's say you have 15 or 16, you had one slip out with a heartbeat; that is not a viable fetus, but that is born alive or has a heartbeat."
Surprising to me was the nurse also stated the 21-week pregnant mother had no other options than induced labor abortion. I have repeatedly said this procedure is much more prevalent than anyone knows, and this nurse's admission indicates it is now even the late-term abortion of choice in some mills.
The SFLA video spotlights Barack Obama's opposition not only to the IL Born Alive Infants Protection Act ,but also providing abortion survivors independent medical assessments."
North Carolina and Virginia
Court Rehears Partial–Birth Abortion Ban Case-"On Tuesday, October 28, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, whose jurisdiction includes North Carolina, held an 80–minute hearing on the constitutionality of Virginia’s partial birth abortion ban. The Partial Birth Infanticide Act was passed into law in 2003. It outlaws the abortion procedure known as partial birth abortion and carries a felony penalty of up to 10 years in prison. The law has already been struck down by a three-judge panel of the appellate Court twice since the Center for Reproductive Rights brought the suit on behalf of Richmond Medical Center. Originally, in 2005, the statute was struck down because, in the Court’s opinion, it posed an undue burden on a woman’s right to an abortion. In 2007, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the similar federal Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003 in Gonzales v. Carhart and remanded the Virginia case to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals for reconsideration in light of the upheld federal statute....In September, Americans United for Life filed a legal brief in support of Virginia’s ban."