weekend question.jpgLast Saturday night Barack Obama told Pastor Rick Warren at the Saddleback Showdown it was “above his pay grade” to answer when “a baby get[s] human rights.”
Both friend and foe thought Obama’s response was lacking.
In an attempt to recover the fumble, Obama told ABC News on August 21:

I don’t think this issue has to be resolved in terms of when life begins. That is a theological question or scientific question. I as a Christian have a belief that the potential for life is sacred at the moment of conception, but I also believe that it is not decisive in determining who makes the decision that difficult in questions like abortion.

Is it true the issue of abortion does not hinge on when life begins? Can one believe human beings are “sacred” at conception but expendable based on subjective opinion? What was Obama trying to say?
obama biden.jpgYesterday Obama also announced he had picked DE Senator Joe Biden as his running mate, about whom AOL News wrote:

Biden, 65, has twice sought the White House, and is a Catholic with blue-collar roots, a generally liberal voting record and a reputation as a long-winded orator.

In 2007, NARAL gave Biden a 75% rating and National Right to Life gave him a zero.
Do you think Biden will help or hurt the Democrat ticket?
[Photo courtesy of Reuters]

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