(rather graphic drawing below) National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) called for the party to unite behind Mr Obama.

"Sen. Obama has a fully pro-choice record, and we are confident that as president he will be a champion for women's reproductive rights."

On this page of NARAL you can watch a short video explaining the reasons why they decided to promote Obama as their candidate: Senator Obama has 100% record on voting for women's reproductive rights, while Sen. McCain has 0%.

In Sen. Obama's own words: (full statement here)

"I have consistently advocated for reproductive choice and will make preserving women's rights under Roe v. Wade a priority as President. I oppose any constitutional amendment to overturn the Supreme Court's ruling in this case.

Mrs. Clinton is disappointed that she did not get the NARAL endorsement.

In the past, Sen Obama voted against the Born Alive Infant Protection Act (he was for an option: baby born alive during abortion procedure will not be helped and will be left to die). He also opposed the Supreme Court decision that finally upheld the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act (he was for partial abortion - after baby's body is delivered, and it's head is still in the birth canal, the abortionist sucks baby's brain out). He says this is ok:

As charismatic, uniting and charming as Obama can be, I can not believe that people in this country can be so naive or plainly deceived to follow him as the one who will bring the better tomorrow. What will it cost us? This can't be ignored or put as number 6. on the list of issues which are crucial. So we might become better of, than in the "Sicko" documantary, we might have cheaper gasoline in our cars, we might feel better, believing again in a sleek persona leading us to trust again in "one nation"... but it's not gonna be a nation "under God".

If you are a Christian, and you are thinking about voting for Mr. Obama as your Commander and Chief, please send me a note, how can you justify that...

Last news: Catholic arcbishop Naumann, asked Kansas governor Sebelius to refrain from Communion for abortion support. Simply saying, one can't belong to Christ, if one is consistently pro-abortion. Communion in Catholic church is receiving the life of Christ Himself and one has not only confess his sins, but also needs to have a contrite heart and pursue the process of satisfaction for the sins committed, if it's possible (if you have stolen, give it back), in order to be able to receive Communion. Mrs. Sebelius wants to be pro-abortion and wants to receive Communion. Not possible.

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