Michael Bresciani
Who would the innocents choose -- Blago, Bush, or Obama
By Michael Bresciani
February 1, 2009

As his first act in office Barack Obama has lived up to his promise of a "new transparency."It is transparent that he does not regard the lives of unborn children either in the U.S. or abroad.

Barack Obama will finish his term of office in only four years if he is re-elected he will have four more years. No child born here in the U.S. or abroad will reach voting age before he finishes his term of office. Those aborted will never so much as hear who is running for office. The pro-choice voters of America male or female can vote now and since the repeal of Bush's ban that constituency has been well played, prepped and pandered to for Obama's second term.

We don't need to ask the pro-choice crowd what they think of Obama's first act as President and we can't ask the aborted babies. If we could reach out to some place where their voices could be heard what would they say?

On the question of Rod Blagojevich being ousted as Governor of Illinois for allegedly trying to sell Obama's vacant senate seat I'm sure they could care less. We actually might hear some of them say "whatever the price the seat was going for it is still cheaper than the price we have already paid" They might even say it's too bad the seat wasn't for sale a long time ago to someone who was pro-life.

As for President Bush they may say they are thankful for the ban he provided so no U.S. taxpayers had to foot the bill for their murders. They might also ask him why he hadn't noticed that in his search for weapons of mass destruction he didn't look a little closer to home. Roe v. Wade is the single greatest weapon of mass destruction to come along since the creation of atomic weapons. It has resulted in almost fifty times more loss of life than laid on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in WW II. They might add that "these are American lives not the lives of our enemies" as if we didn't know that.

They might ask Barack Obama that since he stated in the Saddleback Forums that the "question of when life begins" was "above his pay grade," now that he gets $250,000 per year as President, is that now enough pay to decide that life does 'not' begin at conception," which is exactly what he has done.

Can the deceased or aborted of one generation actually rise up and witness or testify against those of another generation? Let's see.

When the religious leaders thought to demand a sign from Jesus to prove his claims he rebuked them by saying, "The queen of the south shall rise up in the judgment with the men of this generation, and condemn them: for she came from the utmost parts of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; and, behold, a greater than Solomon is here. The men of Nineveh shall rise up in the judgment with this generation, and shall condemn it: for they repented at the preaching of Jonas; and, behold, a greater than Jonas is here." (Lk 11: 31, 32)

It may be above Barack Obama's pay grade to answer the question of when human life actually begins but is not above his pay grade to answer when it should end. All that is left is the question of whether it is above his pay grade to answer if those aborted humans may one day "rise up" as Jesus said and condemn his actions. I don't know for sure if that will happen but I would not want to be the one who is gambling that it won't.

Suffice it to say that more people have died at the hands of abortionists than all the lives Joseph Stalin, Pol Pot or Adolph Hitler took prior to modernity's liberal slaughtering of the unborn. Under the auspices of modern mans narcissistic proclamation of science enlightenment and advances they yet choose to hide behind the incongruous and cowardly thin veil of "I don't know when life actually begins."

This is my answer and my pay grade is zero. I get nothing for writing these articles and I am still overpaid because I have the pleasure of believing that my voice in some small way is the voice of the unborn children of this generation. My answer is; life begins at the beginning. Every second thereafter it is a new life, a human being, already living and developing and crying out for only what we already have; a chance for "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

The last time I mustered the nerve to view an actual abortion video what I saw was mangled body parts and what seemed like rivers of blood. While I could not say for sure just what the voices of destroyed infants are saying I am sure that what I saw was real human blood. Innocent blood!

I am also sure that one of the most recurring and heavily emphasized teachings of the Bible is that God is always angry about the shedding of innocent blood. In an impassioned appeal to King Zedekiah the prophet Jeremiah warned the King of Judah by saying, "Hear the word of the Lord, O king of Judah, that sittest upon the throne of David, thou, and thy servants, and thy people that enter in by these gates: Thus saith the Lord; Execute ye judgment and righteousness, and deliver the spoiled out of the hand of the oppressor: and do no wrong, do no violence to the stranger, the fatherless, nor the widow, neither shed innocent blood in this place." (Jer 22: 2, 3)

I have never doubted that America is no different in Gods eyes than any ancient civilization and there will be a reckoning in our future. Socialism, immorality and unbridled love of material things are the very least of the reasons we will soon encounter judgments. The actions of doctors and nurse practitioners tucked away in silently run houses of death in rural and suburban spots around the country are not unseen by God, the cries of the innocent may not be heard by the busy throngs just outside but their blood calls to God night and day.

Roe v. Wade is a pretense for scientifically endorsed, politically and judicially backed genocide. Coupled with newly rescinded presidential orders and sweeping legislative proposals to extend abortions worldwide and at anytime during a pregnancy, now it is defiant mockery to the warnings of God. The fact that we have slid by without too much intervention is proof of only two things. One is the enduring patience of God, the other is the surety and closer proximity of an impending judgment that we will have indeed brought on ourselves.

© Michael Bresciani


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