When you are stepping in the dung that surrounds small-town and rural America as Sen. Barack has been doing this past week, in his case you just step a little deeper and hope no one notices.
New case in point.
Last night was some liberal shindig called the "Compassion Forum" sponsored by CNN and led by liberal evangelical minister the Rev. Jim Wallis.
Newsweek reporter John Meacham asked a basic question about life. Mr. Meacham asked Sen. Barack do you believe that life begins at conception? And here is the clear answer from Sen. Barack:
This is something that I have not, I think, come to a firm resolution on. I think it very hard to know what that means, when life begins.
And, there you have it. A clear and concise answer to a very simple question.
I think that Pope Benedict 16 will have the answer to that. I have the answer.
Life begins at conception, period.
One of the great lies of the Abortuary Industrial Complex is that life does not begin at conception. Some even go so far as to claim that if a baby is born with something like Down Syndrome, it would be OK to murder the born baby, but only if it does in a timely manner, you know like maybe within a month.
The reason that the AIC does what it does is so that the mother and yes, the father, who agree to abort a baby are convinced that all they are doing is removing some excess tissue. For if it is a life, then it would be murder. No life, no murder.
Because of that, the "pro-choice" crowd like Sen. Barack can not answer the question with a yes or no. If Sen. Barack would have said he does believe that life begins at conception, then the next question would have to be is abortion then murder since you agree that life begins at conception.
But, by obfuscating the answer, Sen. Barack is seen as a genius by the AIC for he clouds the issue by not answering the fundamental question.
And there is no doubt that that AIC crowd loves that because they know that someone like Sen. Barack is on their side. You know, letting such luminous groups as Planned Parenthood, founded by eugenics queen Margaret Sanger, into the public schools to spread their lies about abortion and family "planning." That is why the AIC will pour as much money as possible to insuring that he will be the Democrat presidential nominee and the next president.
You know, they can not have that knuckle-dragger President Bush and someone of his ilk, someone like us, in there, blocking the agenda that there is no bad abortion.
One way that there can be honesty in the abortion debate is for the first "pro-choicer" to admit that yes, abortion is the taking of a human life. Then a real conversation can begin.
But, when we have such wordsmiths as Sen. Barack in there, giving a ridiculous answer to a basic question, we will be treated to more lies from the Abortuary Industrial Complex.