There really isn’t any soft way of writing this other than to just be blunt: The First Lady of the United States is a radical anti-life person. Read what she wrote in 2004 on behalf of Barack Obama.
In a letter about abortion and the ban on the partial-birth abortion procedure, the wife of then Senate Candidate Barack Obama called this grotesque practice a “legitimate medical procedure.” She went on to say “Oftentimes, a well-intentioned law is in fact a flawed law. That’s why nominating an experienced legislator is so important in this race. It takes courage to cast a vote….Who among Democrats running for the Senate in Illinois has stood up to right wing politicians?” With a track record of voting “present” in the Illinois senate, apparently Mr. Obama didn’t have much courage at all, according to Mrs. Obama.
With the so-called “War on Women” being paraded around by the left, it is important to know that the Obama family has an extensive record of radicalism when it comes to abortion. As an Illinois state senator, Barack Obama opposed successive versions of the Born Alive Infant Protection Act that would provide protection for babies who are born alive after an attempted abortion. During debate, then Senator Obama used language that makes you cringe: “That if that fetus, or child, however you want to describe it, is now outside of the mother’s womb and the doctor continues to think that it’s non-viable but there’s let’s say movement or some indication that they’re not just coming out limp and dead that in fact they would then have to call in a second physician to monitor and check off and make sure that this is not a live child that could be saved?”
How many Americans use this type of language when describing their son or daughter, saying “fetus or child, however you want to describe it.” Or “non-viable…just coming out limp?”
One might say, well no one can survive a botched abortion. But Gianna Jessen did. Watch as she delivered an impassioned message about what she went through.
Michelle Obama closed her letter with some very prophetic words: “You know the stakes have never been higher and we can’t depend on untested amateurs…” Well, it has been an amateur-hour presidency these past four years — and that presidency get its final reckoning in less than two weeks.