Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Barack Obama Conflicts of Interest

Jill Stanek broke a story today about Barack Obama and why three times he defeated a bill in the Illinois legislature that made it illegal to kill a baby after it was born alive if her mother had intended to abort it.
By the third time Obama tried to snuff Born Alive, he was running for the U.S. Senate. The federal version had passed the year before unanimously in the Senate and almost unanimously in the House. Even NARAL went neutral. Pro-aborts agreed to let it pass without a fight lest they appear extreme.
Not content with the explanations for Obama's self-isolation literally out at the left-most end of the extreme end, with distance to spare between him and everyone else, Stanek went digging.

She found out that the pastor of Obama's Church, a member of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, served on the Board of Directors of Evangelical Health Systems which owns Christ Hospital where she exposed the practice of live birth abortion.
TUCC is the United States' largest UCC church. Ebony listed Wright as one of the 15 greatest black preachers. Advocate is the largest nonprofit healthcare provider in Chicago. Talk about crossroads of power and money. Speaking of crossroads, TUCC is located five miles from Christ Hospital.
She concludes:

So, which explanation makes more sense, that the fire rose in Obama's belly to fight for what he nobly but foolishly thought was the sacred right to infanticide, that he decided, by golly, this was why he was elected, and even if he stood alone, looking like a left-wing extremist, he was going to protect that right?

Or that Advocate got to Obama through its UCC contacts?

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