Abortion Torture – The Audacity of Hypocrisy

Newly elected President Barack Obama has recently issued two very controversial executive orders that have some screaming hypocrisy while others are left jumping for joy.

The first controversial executive order was to close the Guantanamo Bay detention camp within a year. While some may argue it isn’t controversial on all points, it is what was said that have people in a tizzy. He said they reflected “an understanding that dates back to our Founding Fathers – that we are willing to observe core standards of conduct nut just when it’s easy, but also when it’s hard.”[1]

This order left human rights advocates hailing the steps taken by Obama, and also when he said, “I can say without exception or equivocation that the United States will not torture.”[2]

Garnering a statement like that, left only one option. That is for the endorsing of interrogations to abide by rules that are so eloquently articulated in the Army Field Manual 2-22.3.[3] This Army Manual is laughed at by some, stating that you couldn’t get information out of a child by abiding by the manual. In opposition, President Obama said, “We believe that the Army Field Manual reflects the best judgment of our military; that we can abide by a rule that says we don’t torture, but that we can still effectively obtain the intelligence that we need.”[4]

The audacity of hypocrisy does not end there, but only begins. The National Religious Campaign Against Torture, a coalition of 240 religious groups, said that Mr. Obama’s statement “allowed the United States to again find its moral bearing.”[5]

Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council shined a glint light on the hypocrisy, saying “Yesterday, President Obama issued executive orders banning the torture of terrorists but today signed an order that exports the torture of unborn children around the world.”[6]

Issuing an executive order offering monetary support to other countries in support of abortion is audacious in and of itself. When the United States is in one of the harshest economic downturns in history, it might be hypocritical of Obama to give money to other nations when he wants to end funding to some government programs.

In order to move this country to a higher level of “moral bearing,” the idea of stopping the interrogation methods of retrieving information by way of “torture,” must not be accompanied by the order to help fund world-wide abortions. This level of hypocrisy is not conducive to the standards and conduct of our Founding Fathers.

Maybe President Barack Obama would understand his hypocrisy if an Al-Qaeda tape of a pregnant female U.S. soldier being tortured for information by violently ripping out the child she carries by way of abortion.

[1][2] http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-obama-guantanamo23-2009jan23,1,7248076.story
[3][4] http://www.defenselink.mil/news/newsarticle.aspx?id=52771
[5] http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/23/us/politics/23obama.html?pagewanted=2&_r=1
[6] http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/01/23/AR2009012302814.html?hpid=sec-health

2 Responses to Abortion Torture – The Audacity of Hypocrisy

  1. Ooooh , torture and abortion in one post. You are being evil to the Left by making them multi-task. Don’t do that or their heads will splode.

  2. Oh the Left’s hypocrisy knows no bounds.

    Take for instance, what’s her face… the talentless actress… Ashley Judd who is after Governor Palin regarding their predator population control measures. Hunting wolves is just horrible! She cries.

    Prior to that attends a fundraiser for NARAL.

    Protect the wolves… kill babies.


    Hey, I found you through the Conservative Web Brigade (of which I’m now a member). Feel free to check out my blog, I subscribed to your blog and look forward to reading more!

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