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Opinion: Robert P. George on 'Obama's Abortion Extremism' Comments

Sen.Obama's views on life issues ranging from abortion to embryonic stem cell research mark him as not merely a pro-choice politician, but rather as the most extreme pro-abortion candidate to have ever run on a major party ticket. Continue Reading

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  1. Mark
    6 years ago

    Thanks for the great article. Kmiec and Co. are delusional.

  2. Pat Randall
    6 years ago

    What a disappointment. This is my first time to your website and I see an ad to excommunicate Biden and some very negative, emotionally laden editorials about the man who has been chosen to by his party to run for the highest office in this country. Where's the respect, and intelligent discussion of issues. Very disappointed in this website. I will not return. It is not representative of what I know to be Catholic.

  3. STELLA BROKOS
    6 years ago

    Thank you for communicating these truths about his views. I will make sure to share this article.

  4. John
    6 years ago

    This article should be read by all the millions of voters (pro-life and pro-choice) in America. The rest of the world should be praying for Obama's conversion or his defeat because of his extremist pro-abortion views. May God Bless America.

  5. Sara Palen
    6 years ago

    This is Obama's idea of "common ground" solutions.

    He is as much for common ground and working on pro life issues as Stephan Douglas was on slavery.

    Thanks for exposing the truth.







  6. ts
    6 years ago

    Nice article. These Catholics that vote for Obama are more concerned about their political affiliation than what their Church teaches. It is very simple. Obamessiah vs. Church the Messiah founded? Should be easy choice.

  7. Max
    6 years ago

    Too bad for this writer. Many Catholics are coming to the conclusion that from a legal standpoint, the abortion war has been lost. Irretrievably.

    See this piece:
    http://www.newsweek.com/id/163896

    With Obama set to crush McCain, and several Supreme Court judges set to retire, Roe v. Wade will never have a chance of being changed, much less overthrown.

    And the young people in this country are overwhelmingly pro-choice. (Continue to delude yourselves on that point if you wish.)

    But this issue is not about "life." It's about the social hegemony that you have lost, and will never get back.

  8. troy
    6 years ago

    I completely support Obama in this election. The Bush administration has killed many young men and women in an unjust war the Pope even declared illegal. McCain plans the same.

    If my above statement is considered "antisocial" then I condemn those who decide which voices are heard.


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