My last post talked about the image of God in man and how that relates to the sanctity of life. If you really want to see into the heart and soul of a person, the abortion issue opens that window wide. Take Barack Obama, for instance.
When he was an Illinois state senator, Obama, on more than one occasion, stopped a bill from passing that would have ensured that babies born alive in an abortion attempt would receive medical care. At one point, he was the only senator to speak out against the bill. His reasoning is quite clear: he was afraid that the passage of that bill would somehow overturn the “right” to an abortion.
Now, he has since indignantly denied that he would ever vote to withhold medical care from such infants. I won’t go through all the twists and turns of the denials he has offered, but if you want to check that out, you can go directly to this article from the National Right to Life Committee. It makes the case: https://www.nrlc.org/archive/news/2008/NRL10/BAIPAVotes.html
In short, for Obama, the so-called right to abortion has a higher priority than protecting the life of an innocent child who “accidentally” was born alive during an abortion procedure. The following cartoon, I think, depicts the attitude accurately.
Naturally, Obama doesn’t want the truth about this to come out, but as John Adams once stated in making his case before a jury:
Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.