Posted on November 6, 2008 by Mike Parrish
When I saw it, I immediately recognized the form, the head, the heartbeat…
8 weeks, 1 day – 1.71 cm – 164 bpm heart rate.
And there are some perfectly okay with killing such beauty. I could never.
Those who perform such actions should be felled by the same fate. It is time the good people of faith and the believers in the inalienable right to life declare war on such recklessness.
Perform an action like this and your fate shall be likewise. We live by the pen in this country, but if we abandon the voiceless we will die by the sword.
Never. Revolution is coming.
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Posted on October 30, 2008 by Mike Parrish
No time for commentary, except to say: investigate, prosecute, and punish. Now.
Video and article here via Hot Air: Planned Parenthood admits infanticide happens
Time to mobilize and get this out. This is horrific and unfathomable. His malfeasant hands are covered in the blood of defenseless innocent victims.
Remember, he said babies are a punishment.
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Posted on October 24, 2008 by Mike Parrish
Describe The Above Interaction
Many are flummoxed at how an individual can connect the dots between the four items; however, yours truly, navigates the stormy waters with the ease of an experienced captain.
It went down over on The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW). It’s my third online home behind Pocket Change and RedState/Malkin/Hot Air. This is the post by Robert Palmer (not the musician): Apple opposes Calif. Prop 8, donates $100k to ‘No’ campaign.
Proposition 8 is the ballot referendum on how to constitutionally define marriage in California. It is pro-traditional families and opposed to the notion of gay marriage. Apple opposes Prop. 8, because it’s the hip thing to do.
Naturally, everyone knew the comments would get out of hand, and I am partly responsible. Nevertheless, despite my technical errors in sentence structure (it’s a blog comment people, come on), I took a few to task not for their commentary. Continue reading
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Posted on October 13, 2008 by Mike Parrish
This was originally reported here: Palin: Obama said, “Punished With A Baby”; PLUS Startling Abortion Legislation Waiting For Obama Presidency.
Here is the video of Obama saying unequivocally that he would pass Freedom of Choice Act. An act that would make on-demand abortion/infanticide legal in all 50 states without recourse.
The ad was produced by the Family Research Council and thank God for them. Continue reading
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Posted on October 12, 2008 by Mike Parrish
The transcript of the speech can be found here. The key quotes include:
It’s hard to think of many issues that could possibly be more important than who is protected in law and who isn’t – who is granted life and who is denied it. So when our opponent, Senator Obama, speaks about questions of life, I listen very carefully.
I listened when he defended his unconditional support for unlimited abortions. He said that a woman shouldn’t have to be – quote – “punished with a baby.” He said that right here in Johnstown –“punished with a baby” – and it’s about time we called him on it. The more I hear from Senator Obama, the more I understand why he is so vague and evasive on the subject. Americans need to see his record for what it is. It’s not negative or mean-spirited to talk to about his record. Whatever party you belong to, there are facts you need to know.
Senator Obama has voted against bills to end partial-birth abortion. In the Illinois Senate, a bipartisan majority passed legislation against that practice. Senator Obama opposed that bill. He voted against it in committee, and voted “present” on the Senate floor. In that legislature, “present” is how you vote when you’re against something, but don’t want to be held to account. Continue reading
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Posted on September 7, 2008 by Mike Parrish
There is some required reading for this post:
Responding to someone’s comments, they said the video I posted presents horrible innuendo and should be fact checked. Before posting the video, I was aware of the National Right to Life’s white paper and the analysis of FactCheck.org.
Ironically, the NRLC’s white paper and FactCheck.org both find Obama to be misleading the public about his record on the BAIPA (Born Alive Infant Protection Act). Continue reading
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Posted on August 26, 2008 by Mike Parrish
I haven’t written in over a month. I’ve been on a six-week assignment to resolve other issues of integrity and moral value in my realm of influence. Having completed that mission, I took a moment to receive an email from my mom that contained a link to this video. When I got home, I turned on the news to hear Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, attempting to spread her vast knowledge of God’s opinion on abortion to the boisterous rebuke of the Catholic church. My wife asked me if I viewed the video link my mom sent. Continue reading
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