Any abortion on any child for any reason at any time

 

 

 

Any abortion on any child for any reason at any time

This election season, the National Right to Life Victory Fund is publishing a series of 54 Reasons to Defeat Barack Obama.  The list commemorates the loss of 54 million innocent unborn babies since the Roe v. Wade decision that Obama supports.  You can find all 30 Reasons published to date at www.nrlvictoryfund.org.

In his entire political career, Barack Obama is not known to have ever supported any actual bill that would protect a single unborn child from being killed by abortion.

In fact, he has opposed curbs on even the most horrific abortion practices.  Three of his most extreme examples:

At a time when even pro-abortion groups and the most extreme pro-abortion U.S. Senators, such as Barbara Boxer and Diane Feinstein, were agreeing to allow the Born-Alive Infants Protection Act to become law, Barack Obama was opposing an act with virtually the identical provisions when he was a member of the Illinois Senate.

  1. The Born-Alive Infants Protection Act (now law) says that children born alive during an abortion have the same right to care as any other born child.   The bill was considered so reasonable that it passed the U.S. Senate 98-0, but Obama spoke against it and voted “No” in Illinois!
  2. As a U.S. Senator, Obama was a co-sponsor of the most sweeping piece of pro-abortion legislation ever introduced in Congress, the “Freedom of Choice Act” (FOCA).  Re-introduced the day after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the federal ban on partial-birth abortion, the bill Obama co-sponsored was designed to overturn federal and state partial-birth abortion bans, as well as hundreds of other state and federal laws that protect unborn children and their mothers, such as abortion funding bans, parental consent and notification laws, and Women’s Right to Know laws.
  3. Sex-selection abortion.  When a majority of the U.S. House voted this spring to ban this horrific practice, where (typically) baby girls are targeted to be aborted because of their gender, President Obama opposed the bill.

The National Right to Life Victory Fund is informing voters of these extreme positions.  For example, we are running a new radio ad on Obama’s most recent extreme act, his opposition to curbs on sex-selection abortion.  You can hear the ad at www.nrlvictoryfund.org/donate/v3133

Millions of Americans still don’t know the facts about Obama’s extreme policies on abortion, but there’s still time to inform them.  And we intend to do it!

Please help us reach every possible swing voter with the message in this radio ad and the others we are currently running.  We will be increasing the number of ads in the time leading up to the election, but we need your help to saturate the airwaves, especially in the swing states!

With just 47 days to go until the November 6th election, now is the perfect time to help us buy more radio spots with a gift of $50 or more.

Please click below to support the National Right to Life Victory Fund today and to share this important message with your friends!

Sincerely,

Carol Tobias,
President
National Right to Life

National Right to Life Victory Fund
512 10th St. NW, Washington, DC 20004
202-626-8835 – www.nrlvictoryfund.org

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