September 23, 2013
Every so often abortion activists cause a stir with prayers for abortion. The worst may have been when President BarackObama asked God to bless the Planned Parenthood abortion business at the end of a speech this year.Now, from Iowa comes this:Iowa Democrat gubernatorial candidates join abortion activists in prayer for increased abortion access. “We pray for women who’ve been made afraid of their own power by their paternalistic religion.”They pray for the “blessing of choice.”This is truly sick.From the prayer:“We give thanks, oh Lord, for the doctors, both current and future, who provide quality abortion care.”“We pray for increased financial support for low-income women to access contraception, abortion and childcare.”“Today, we pray for women in developing nations, that they may know the power of self-determination. May they have access to employment, education, birth control and abortion.”“Today we pray for the families who have chosen. May they know the blessing of choice.”Iowa Democrat gubernatorial candidates Jack Hatch and Tyler Olson participated in the event.They made the unusual decision, for Democrats, to begin the event with a prayer. This was likely in response to a prayer vigil being conducted by pro-life activists at the same time nearby.Des Moines activist Midge Slater took the podium and spent five and a half minutes thanking God for abortion rights, abortion doctors and taxpayer funding for abortions. She also referred to the decision to have an abortion as “a blessing”.During the entire prayer, State Senator Jack Hatch and Rep. Tyler Olson, both of whom are running for governor, kept their heads bowed and eyes closed, joining in the group prayer. Here's the video of their prayer for abortion of the babies:
"The Institute for Social Research (ISR)" (founded by Felix Weil, a student of the Marxian philosopher Karl Korsch) "is the same institute that was involved in Ronald Havelock's, "The Change Agents Guide to Innovation in Education," (excerpts) which instructed educators how to "identify resisters" and how to sneak controversial sex, drug and death education into curriculum despite parental objections. The article reveals that the schools were highly successful in their efforts to indoctrinate students innon-absolutist, humanistic values. It should come as no surprise that the average American in 1991, subjected to values clarification in the schools of the 1960s,1970s, and 1980s, is non-judgmental regarding immoral behavior. For example, in 1999, President Clinton, according to the polls, retained the confidence of 60-75% of the American people during his investigation and even after his impeachment trial revealed flagrant immoral activity."
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