Isn’t that the way…always the last one picked for the team.
The actual, factual first 100 days (lifenews.com):
During his first two months, Obama put people in key policy positions in the White House, Justice Department and his Cabinet who are not only abortion advocates but former staff and board members for top pro-abortion organizations like Emily’s List and NARAL.
Obama’s second major pro-abortion policy decision came in February when he proposed overturning pro-life conscience protections President Bush put in place to make sure medical staff and centers are not forced to do abortions.
In his third decision, Obama announced $50 million for the UNFPA, the UN population agency that has been criticized for promoting abortion and working closely with Chinese population control officials who use forced abortions and involuntary sterilizations.
Obama’s fourth major policy decision saw him sign an executive order forcing taxpayer funding of embryonic stem cell research.
That’s a pretty good track record so far!Barack HUSSEIN Obama has also attacked pro-life advocates and activists and has kept them from attending major events, along with Planned Parenthood, thus – off the list! Always the last one picked for the team.
Don’t forget the Napolitano flub saying that all pro-life activists will probably engage in and/or organize violence or extreme.-like events.
And so says Foxnews.com: “While on the campaign trail, President Obama promised women and their families that he would not only tackle health care reform, but also end the politicization of women’s health,” said Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood. It’s been a tremendous 100 days for those of us committed to strengthening women’s health care and ensuring that young people have the information and care they need to become healthy and productive adults. Thanks to President Obama’s leadership, health care decisions are now being driven by sound science and not political ideology,” she added.
At least they were on the list! In fact, Planned Parenthood chose those on the list.
“The first thing I will do as president is sign the Freedom of Choice Act,” said Barack HUSSEIN Obama in 2007 while campaigning, i.e: lookin’ for votes and money. I am so happy he has not, yet. Rest assured that he will try, but not without a fight.
I’m glad the FOCA is not among his top priorities…but I don’t trust him. The FOCA is still a priority and with Sebelius as HHS Secretary, along with many other baby haters, this will be addressed as soon as the flu epidemic and the rest of the fail-outs (I mean bail-outs) are given heed.