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Obama Pro-life Abortion Video?

19 March 2009 No Comment
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The images of a baby fetus.
The heart beats, the baby moves.

“This child’s future is a broken home.”
“He will be abandoned by his father.”
“His single mother will struggle to raise him”

The baby continues to grow…

A pro-choice video, we assume..

Then in a twist of fate,

“This child, despite the hardships he will endure, will become the first African-American President.”

Images of Barack Obama triumphant on election night.

“Life. Imagine the potential.”


Obama Pro-life Abortion Video? Sorta. This creative pro-life ad was created by CatholicVote.org as part of their new multimedia campaign called Life: Imagine the Potential™. This specific ad was created for the Super Bowl. NBC had refused to air it probably due to the controversial topic. On youtube has over 1,750,000 hits.

Regardless of your stance on abortion, you have to appreciate the creativity of this pro-life commercial spot even if it never got an opportunity to air for the Super Bowl.

CatholicVote.org
CatholicVote.org is a faith based educational program dedicated to informing Americans about the critical issues in the public policy arena.

This is not an Obama Endorsed Commercial
So there is no confusion, this is not an Obama endorsed commercial. Obama has always insisted that no restriction must ever be placed on the right of a mother to decide to abort her child. One of his first moves as president was to kill the banning of federal funds for international groups that promote or perform abortions. He also has a history of either always voting “present” (rather than yes or no) on controversial abortion issues or voting pro-choice.

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