Here’s part of what he said:
Who could have ever imagined that a president of the United States would praise killing pre-born babies?
Not everything about the 1950s was bad. The biggest legitimate criticism of the 1950s was racial discrimination, segregation, and Jim Crow laws. Some blacks were discriminated against and killed because of their race. President Obama does not see the connection to abortion. The innocent party, the baby in the womb, is being killed. He’s not any different from a segregationist or someone watching a lynching. He devalues life like they did. And the fact that a higher percentage of black babies are aborted makes his support of abortion even more evil. And 95 percent of blacks voted for him.
Abortion was illegal in the 1950s. Yes, some women died trying to kill their babies by going to so-called back alley abortionists, although the number of deaths has been greatly exaggerated by pro-abortion advocates. (Women still kill their children, and women still die from legal abortions.) Former abortion doctor Bernard Nathanson wrote the following in his book Aborting America (1979):
But in the ‘morality’ of our revolution, it was a useful figure, widely accepted, so why go out of our way to correct it with honest statistics?”
Consider how many children in the 1950s weren’t killed by their mothers and whose lives have transformed ours. For example, Steve Jobs, who was born in 1955 and was adopted at birth by Paul Reinhold Jobs and Clara Jobs.
While the President was extolling the bloody business of Planned Parenthood, a trial was going on in Philadelphia where abortion “doctor” Kermit Gosnell is accused of killing full term post-aborted babies. This isn’t the first time that Gosnell has had his elbows deep in blood.
There was the 1972 “Mother’s Day Massacre.”
Obama talks about “protecting our children” from gun violence, but he doesn’t have anything to say about protecting children from the nation’s legal abortionists. More children are killed every day by abortion than Adam Lanza killed — one hundred times as many.
President Obama had the audacity to end his speech with “God bless you.” He should have used a line from his former pastor, Jeremiah Wright: “God damn you.”
Obama Slams the 1950s to 'Bless' Abortion