Oh look, Obama changed his mind... on abortion, AGAIN
Bouncing from one side to the other faster than a tennis ball at Wimbledon... Leaping tall tales in a single bound... It's a bird! It's a plane! No - It's Barack Obama!
First he supported abortion:
Remember this is a guy who voted in the Illinois State Senate against the Induced Infant Liability Act which protected babies born alive after a "botched" abortion. A very similar law, the Born Alive Infant Protection Act, passed unanimously in the U.S. Senate. Even NARAL didn't oppose that bill. He defends that position by saying that he didn't think such a law was necessary despite the testimony in his own committee from delivery room nurses of aborted babies being left to die. He also in the Illinois legislature opposed a bill that would have instituted penalties against someone who transported a minor across state lines for an abortion.Then on Thursday he changed his mind and said that mental distress” should not qualify as a justification for late-term abortions.
Now it's Sunday, so he's changed his mind again
Reporter: You said that mental distress shouldn't be a reason for late-term abortion?Ann Althouse looks at all this switching about and asks
Obama: "My only point is this -- historically I have been a strong believer in a women's right to choose with her doctor, her pastor and her family. And it is ..I have consistently been saying that you have to have a health exception on many significant restrictions or bans on abortions including late-term abortions.
In the past there has been some fear on the part of people who, not only people who are anti-abortion, but people who may be in the middle, that that means that if a woman just doesn't feel good then that is an exception. That's never been the case.
I don't think that is how it has been interpreted. My only point is that in an area like partial-birth abortion having a mental, having a health exception can be defined rigorously. It can be defined through physical health, It can be defined by serious clinical mental-health diseases. It is not just a matter of feeling blue. I don't think that's how pro-choice folks have interpreted it. I don't think that's how the courts have interpreted it and I think that's important to emphasize and understand."
Incredible. That would be incredible even without the prior inconsistent statement.Frank James of The Swamp thinks that it's because
Really. Does he think we are idiots?
[Obama] clearly needed to add one more thought to that statement. He did it today.I for one can't wait for Obama to add yet one more thought, so I'm starting a whole category titled "Oh look, Obama changed his mind". Can we look forward for more?
Yes we can!
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