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"The Signs of the Times"

Obama's Extreme Anti-Life Agenda

The speed by which the Obama anti-life moves are happening is truly alarming and frightening. It is of course diabolical. Now the anti-lifers would FORCE health care workers to act against their consciences, to act against what they know to be right. This is not just an assault on the unborn, but an assault on faith. It aims not just to destroy life, but to destroy the Church as well. The forces of darkness are imposing their diabolical tyrannical rule over the world.

All true Christians, especially Catholics, must resist. We must never cooperate with evil. Even at the cost of our very lives. We must be willing to be fired, fined, jailed, rather than give in to evil. We look to the many Christians through the ages who were martyred for refusing to back down on their faith. We look to the martyrdom of the Jewish mother and her 7 sons, who were being forced to eat pork in violation of God's law, but who rather suffered extreme torture and eventual execution rather than give in (2 Maccabees 7).

Obama's "change" is certainly turning things around. From our Judeo-Christian heritage back to paganism, with the unborn sacrificed at the altar of the evil one. From a land of freedom of conscience to totalitarian rule that forces citizens to violate their conscience and faith. From the light of Christ to the darkness of Satan.

We have much work to do. We trust in Jesus, who also gave His life, so that we all may live.

God bless.


Obama to Revoke Bush Abortion Rule Protecting Conscience Rights

By Tim Waggoner

WASHINGTON, February 27th, 2009 ( - President Barack Obama is poised to rescind a policy that protects the conscience rights of American health care workers.

The controversial rule was put into place as one of the last acts of the Bush administration and came into effect on January 20 of this year, the same day as President Obama's inauguration. The rule was universally condemned by the pro-abortion lobby who argued that allowing physicians to opt out of controversial services or procedures would endanger women's health.

The policy protects health care workers from being forced to perform and provide controversial services that conflict with their personal, moral and religious beliefs. Without the policy, doctors, nurses and others could be forced to participate in abortions or to dispense the abortifacient morning after pill, even if to do so would violate their core beliefs.

The proposal to rescind the Bush rule was quietly put forward by the Health and Human Services (HHS) Department today.

An anonymous official from the HHS announced the measure this morning, saying, "We've been concerned that the way the Bush rule is written it could make it harder for women to get the care they need."

The decision was welcomed by pro-abortion leaders.

Nancy Keenan of the pro-abortion group NARAL said, "We have a long way to go before we fully undo Bush's anti-choice legacy, but President Obama's action today is a giant step forward."

"Today's action by the Obama administration demonstrates that this president is not going to stand by and let women's health be placed in jeopardy," said Cecile Richards, head of the Planned Parenthood Federation.

Proponents of the rule, however, say its removal will violate the legitimate reservations of millions of American health workers and have condemned Obama for beginning his presidency by pursuing a radically anti-life agenda.

Father Thomas J. Euteneuer, president of Human Life International (HLI), today lambasted President Obama for his decision to reverse the Bush administration policy.

"Any pretense of 'moderation' on life issues was long ago dispensed with," said Fr. Euteneuer. "With the rescinding of the Mexico City Policy, the appointment of dozens of radical anti-life cabinet members and staff, the enormous increase in funding for contraception and irresponsible sex advocacy, and now these grave insults to human life and dignity … one shudders to think what could be next."

"It's as if the president and Congress are trying to outdo each other for the dishonor of who can forward the most extreme anti-life agenda," said Father Euteneuer.

"Like everyone who believes in human dignity, I am tired of these cowards in Congress trying to sneak these destructive, anti-life measures into bills that are supposed to be helping our country emerge from this recession," said Fr. Euteneuer. "And I'm tired of President Obama's 'Choice for me, but not for thee' hypocrisy. His audacity is not of hope, but of the destruction of freedom and human life."

"For to me life is Christ, and death is gain." (Phil 1:21)
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