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The effect of Obama’s ‘kicking feet’ remark

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indexTo rationalize scalding, scalpeling or suctioning an unborn baby to death, since the passage of Roe v. Wade, abortion advocates have made it their mission to downgrade developing babies into clumps of cells.

That is, until now!

Apparently Barack Obama  must have forgotten that he does not believe that the children he’s repeatedly justified leaving to die if born alive in botched abortions, in reality, are actual babies.

In a speech highlighting the plight of working families, Obama admitted what everyone knows, but some refuse to confess: in-utero babies are very much alive and have “feet that kick” to prove it.

At a White House Champions for Change event, the president had this to say about the injustices some women face on the job:

“Too many women face unnecessary difficulties on the job, like the difficulty of being paid less than a man for doing the same work. That’s a difficulty.”

Then, Obama, who once referred to a baby as a “punishment,” talked about women “being reprimanded or fired for taking too many bathroom breaks when [they’re] pregnant.”  The president said,  “Clearly that’s a man making that decision because they don’t have five pounds of kicks pressing down on their bladder.”

In the name of women’s choice, Obama approves of aborting that same “five pounds of kicks,” and has been clamoring for six years to have taxpayers fund those killings.

Unfortunately, the president’s ‘five pounds of kicking feet’ slip of the tongue may require that Americans be reprogrammed into believing that ‘kicking feet’ does not necessarily make a developing fetus human.

In the meantime, what Obama’s flippant remark has successfully provided is proof that all along, even the most ardent abortion advocate has been well aware that  “choice” is a code word for killing a human with kicking feet.

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