Obama Writings Support Partial-Youth Abortion

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Saturday, 23 August 2008


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Partial-Youth Abortion would give Women more Rights, Childredn Fewer

Reeling from diving poll numbers among women, Obama has expanded his abortion interpretation to extend mothers' "rights to choice" for up to 24 months beyond a baby's birth.

With his recently written "Partial-Youth Abortion" bill, Obama lauds the extension of women's rights, far greater than those he outlined in his 1980's Harvard dissertation discussing abortion rights.

Obama plans to present the bill to Congress upon its return from recess.

"I understand women. I know there are times mothers regret having their children. This (Partial-Youth Abortion) legislation would allow mothers two years to choose, make the decision she alone should decide, to eliminate the partial youth", Obama expounded.

"Childresn aren't really full-grown youths until at least age 4 or 5. So at 24 months, I don't see how anybody could dissent", Obama declared, adding "It's time for change!"

In an attempt to draw in the anti-abortion Evangelical Right, Obama pontificated "Infanticide was good enough for Herod, so it's good enough for today's women", a Biblical reference to New Testament King Herod, known historically as somewhat less than a pro-life advocate.

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