Sunday, July 25, 2010


When I read the following, I was appalled at what Elena Kagan did regarding partial birth abortion in the Clinton administration. Even liberals should be appalled. If our Congress appoints her, they are nuts. She amended the opinions of the medical societies about partial birth abortion not being necessary to save the life of any woman. NO NEED TO KILL A BABY WHOSE BODY IS DELIVERED ALL BUT FOR HIS HEAD WHICH IS THEN CRUSHED! Bring the baby out alive if an early delivery is deemed necessary in the 3rd trimester.

If our senators approve this woman, they have no respect for life, ethics, honesty, or the law.

Family Research Council sent this via email:

It was little surprise that President Obama would nominate someone to the Supreme Court with as limited regard for the U.S. Constitution as himself. However, the radical political and liberal history of Elena Kagan should make even the most diehard Leftist take a step back.

The recent Senate hearings helped expose her disgust for traditional morality, free speech, the military, individual liberty, unborn children, constitutional fidelity, and all things religious.
As a political appointee to President Clinton, she was so fixated on protecting partial-birth abortion that she masterminded an effort to substitute her own opinion for that of two medical groups. Both the American Medical Association (AMA) and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) said there was virtually no instance in which a partial-birth abortion was necessary to save a woman's life. When that statement crossed Kagan's desk, she personally changed it to say that partial-birth abortion "may be the best or most appropriate procedure in a particular circumstance to save the life or preserve the health of the mother."

The political and unscientific opinion inserted by Ms. Kagan into what was supposed to be an authoritative medical document was then cited by several judges to strike down restrictions on the horrendous partial-birth abortion procedure.

Additionally, her pro-homosexual views led her to restrict military recruitment on Harvard Law School's campus, and, as Solicitor General, to sabotage the defense of our federal marriage law and of the current military policy on homosexuals serving openly in the U.S. military. In these instances, she favored her personal ideology and political calculations over the law. Without your help, she may spend 30 or more years doing this same thing as a member of America's most powerful court. Elena Kagan was unfit to be Solicitor General, and she definitely doesn't deserve a lifetime promotion to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Please contact your U.S. Senators today and tell them to oppose Elena Kagan.

Call 1-202-224-3121 and ask for your Senator. Ohio's are Senator Voinovich who is pro-life--and Senator Sherrod Brown, who is not.

"God is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance and have eternal life."--the Bible


Jeanette said...

She's going to be confirmed. My Rino senator, Graham, has already said he'd vote for her and all they need is on Republican vote.

steve said...

Oh boy! Prop 8 in Cali got overturned. I imagine most judiciaries will follow suit and laws against Gay marriage will begin to fall like dominoes. The judges language in the ruling is perfect and logically spells out the separation between church and state in legislative issues.

The arc of history is constantly shifting toward more and more inclusiveness and tolerance. Each passing generation is more accepting of others than the previous generation. I think we are on the edge of a new enlightenment. The world is worn out from war and hostility and hate. I think that we will still suffer more paroxysms of violence to be sure; Isreal is about to attack Lebanon again and will probably use that attack as a smoke screen to go after Iran and Syria. But the world is growing tired of armed conflict to resolve issues. What does the bible say about "wars and rumors of war" in the last days? But if you look at statistics.. the number and amount of heated armed conflict is steadily declining, victims of political violence is declining. One of the reasons for this steady decline - in my oppinion - is the empowerment of women around the world. The more women are empowered politically, the better the world will be. So who are the holdouts that are stopping the empowerment of women? Religions.. Specifically Christianity and Islam. Nobody should be treated a 2nd class citizen based on their race, gender, or what they do in private.

Barb said...

About what they do in private -- you don't think private acts show lack of integrity when people are one way publically and another privately? Private acts are not automatically legit --just because they are private, y'know.

but yes, we are tolerant of what we don't know about or have flaunted in our faces. But gay marriage brings the private acts to public awareness of youth -and this is not good in the case of homosexual behaviors. No parent should be delighted that his kid is oriented toward his own sex. It's a sign of something awry between the ears --for both the kid and the parent who approves.

As for hostility in the world, What I see is greater hostility on the part of liberals and homosexuals toward the Bible believers. And i think God will let our nation be brought low if we don't repent and straighten up --literally. He may use hypocritical Muslims to do it, too.

In fact, our family breakdown is causing great economic distress. I can't believe how many single moms I know who are receiving over 1000 per month from gov't in foodstamps and SS payments --and I really want them to have that help --but the shame is the rate at which young men are making babies with multiple women and not raising them --especially in bi-racial america.

I just read in Time or Newsweek that America's birth rate is healthy for future economy but that much of the world's birthrate is declining in ways that will harm them economically --no young work force. Homosexuality will not help that problem.

Jeanette said...

Steve, the church (body of believers) had nothing to do with Prop 8 passing.

I'm sure many atheists and agnostics as well as Christians voted for and against Prop 8.

No one was trying to force a "religion" on anyone, but they were trying to protect something they see as too sacred to break.

You really need to get back to reading your Bible. If you don't understand that what God said in the beginning He still means you have really back-slidden. God is incapable of lying. Or, again, were you ever saved to begin with?

The First Amendment only says Congress cannot make a law establishing a religion or the prohibition of the free exercise thereof...That's the part to which you refer. This was because the British tried to force us to be members of the Church of England and it was something egregious to our founders.

Free exercise thereof. We are free to worship or not worship as we believe. It says nothing about same gender people having a right to marry one another. You'd have to stretch pretty much into a pretzel to get even the 14th amendment to let this happen, but then you hang out with Mudrake and his pals so your reading material is a bit slanted.

Since you like the Old Testament so much don't forget that God destroyed two cities for homosexuality. That's where we get the word "sodomy". God hated it then and He hates it now. He still loves the sinner but He hates the sin. Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today and forever, and since Jesus is part of the Godhead it speaks for the Father and Holy Spirit too.

This is just the moral decline of this nation. Don't fool yourself into thinking there are no wars or rumors of wars. We are in the last days. How long we have, I don't know, but by God's time it is not long.

May God help you.