Print Friendly and PDF

Message to Obama from ONE MAD MOM

 by

If Obama thinks he can exploit, poke fun at, and kill my child with DS, I have a word, or two for him…

In 2009, Barack Obama made one of his Hollywood pandering stops to be on the Jay Leno show.  Instead of talking policy, or economy, Obama decided to talk about his bowling game.  LifeNews.com reports that Obama joked about his score being way too low—only 129.  “That’s very good, Mr. President,” Leno quipped.  Obama then remarked that his score was “like the Special Olympics or something.”

As the mother of a wonderful little boy by way of adoption who happens to have Down Syndrome, I can tell you that Obama trounced on sacred ground that day.  Add to my horror his eager endorsement of post birth abortion, where a baby is killed outside the womb.  Never a woman has been saved by that procedure, and Obama makes no excuses for his endorsement of these eugenics.  More than 90% of babies with Down Syndrome are already aborted.  That is why it took my husband and I more than 10 years to adopt our Samuel.  Think of all the babies that were killed while we waited those 10 long years!

Obama would like you to forget about that because he wants to parse up the American public and create groups of voters that he thinks are too stupid to know he can control them.  From poor people that he enslaves with his empty promises of prosperity that they will never know in their state of slavery, to old people who will march cheerfully into their death panels under Obamacare, this is all about votes for Obama.

(Click here to continue reading)

, , ,

Print Friendly and PDF

Posting Policy

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse. Read more.
  • J Bird

    Bless you for loving and caring for little Samuel. An adopted child is so special because they are chosen, and adoptive parents are so special because they never take the privilege of raising a child for granted.