Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop It?

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Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop The American Abortion Holocaust?

Source: http://shatteredparadigm.blogspot.com/2008/06/over-40-million-dead-babies-will-either.html

Since 1973, way over 40 MILLION innocent babies have been chopped up and slaughtered in the American abortion mills.

We have dissected them, burned them alive, sucked their brains out and yet the American people seem to care less about this than ever.

How far down the toilet have we gone as a society when we kill about a million babies a year, and nobody even gets upset about it anymore?

Will our new president that we elect in November do something about this horror?

Well, let's hear what John McCain has to say. He is the candidate who is supposed to be "Pro-Life".

John McCain: “It’s not social issues I care about”

John McCain: “I’d love to see a point where Roe vs. Wade is irrelevant, and could be repealed because abortion is no longer necessary. But certainly in the short term, or even the long term, I would not support repeal of Roe vs. Wade, which would then force women in America to [undergo] illegal and dangerous operations.”

Source: Ron Fournier, Associated Press Aug 24, 1999

But John McCain insists he is pro-life now. Sort of.

Well, how do we explain McCain’s support for federally-funded embryonic stem cell research (Embryo Murder) (H.R. 810)????

So McCain is in favor of chopping up embryos and using them for research, he claims to be in favor of overturning Roe v. Wade "someday" but certainly not any time soon, and he admittedly doesn't even care about social issues.

(Article continues at the source article linked above)

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Re: Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop It?
« Reply #1 on: June 09, 2009, 01:03:57 PM »
http://cornellsun.com/node/35729

Under Obama, Stem Cell Research May See New Life
March 4, 2009 - 1:00am

Eight years after the Bush administration’s ban on federal funding for new stem cell research, stem cell laboratories may finally be getting the lifeline they have been waiting for.

Throughout his campaign, President Barack Obama promised to change this federal stem cell policy. On February 5, Obama issued a guarantee to reporters that he would “sign an executive order for stem cells” to restore federal funding. A week and a half later, on February 15, Obama advisor David Axelrod confirmed this promise on Fox News.
Stem cells have the unique ability to develop into any type of cell in the body — a property that makes them attractive for a variety of medical applications — but where this ability comes from remains unclear.

Bush’s ban limited federal funding to existing human stem cell lines. Because each line has specific characteristics unique to that line, having more lines gives scientists a more complete picture of how stem cells function.

Prof. Andrea Quaroni, biomedical sciences, said that the change in policy would cause more labs to start working with human stem cells, rather than with the animal stem cells that are currently used to model human conditions.

“I would be very surprised if that was not the case. A lot of work can be done in those directions,” he said.

While stem cell research was far from stagnant during Bush’s years in office, the ban forced researchers to either find private funding or work only with the 60 human stem cell lines established at the time.

These human stem cell lines were not enough, however, and “funding remained an issue, even with established human cell lines,” Quaroni said.

In his 2001 speech announcing the funding limitation, President Bush cited moral and religious reservations with the research. “Embryonic stem cell research is at the leading edge of a series of moral hazards,” he said. Bush instead promoted the use of adult stem cells that didn’t involve the use of human embryos.

Two separate 2007 studies — one at Kyoto University and the other at the University of Wisconsin-Madison — were able to develop human stem cells from adult somatic (body) cells using a cocktail of proteins known to be present at high levels in stem cells. Scientists then differentiated these reprogrammed cells into specific cell types, including neural, skin and blood cells. In other words, these scientists were able to use an ordinary human cell to create a new stem cell line.

Since the cells can be derived from any adult cell, a patient’s cells could one day be used to generate his or her own new organs. This could reduce the need for organ donor waiting lists and limit the possibility of the recipient’s body rejecting the new organ. However, this method for developing organs has yet to be completely worked out.

Twenty-eight Cornell professors and researchers participate in the Cornell Stem Cell Program (SCP), which, according to their website, promotes interactions between more than 20 Cornell laboratories, organizes seminars and an Annual Stem Cell Research Symposium and provides funding for research. Members of the program specialize in fields covering nearly all realms of stem cell research.

Prof. Tudorita Tumbar, molecular biology and genetics, commented on the issue of funding in an email: “For better or worse, the federal funding system in the U.S. is designed to promote a competitive, business-like, productivity-based attitude towards research.” Tumbar is a member of the SCP who specializes in the stem cell properties of skin and hair cells. The problem with this atmosphere, she wrote, was that the financial considerations could discourage younger, developing laboratories from taking the risks and creative approaches that so often are integral to major discoveries.

“Obviously, obtaining more federal funds…will also result in attracting more scientists to our laboratories and universities, and potentially in the future bring more businesses to [New York state],” Tumbar wrote.

With federal funding going to developing laboratories, new advancements in stem cell technology may contribute to medical applications that avoid the ethical issues that have previously characterized stem cell research, such as the use of embryonic cells.


Just in time:

There must be a sacrifice...
http://cornellsun.com/section/news/content/2008/10/17/weill-hall-opens-doors-serve-life-sciences

Weill Hall Opens Doors to Serve Life Sciences
October 17, 2008 - 12:00am
By Abubakar Jalloh

Faculty members, alumni and beneficiaries gathered yesterday evening to dedicate the Joan and Sanford ’55 Weill Hall and the Weill Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology.

Weill Hall — which cost $162 million to build and features state of the art equipment — will serve as the base for Cornell’s New Life Sciences Initiative and its Institute for Cell and Molecular Biology.


http://www.news.cornell.edu/chronicle/04/5.20.04/Weill_stem_cell_center.html

Weill Cornell establishes stem cell research center with $15 million gift
By Jonathan Weil

May 20, 2004
NEW YORK -- Weill Cornell Medical College has established the Ansary Center for Stem Cell Therapeutics with a $15 million grant from Shahla and Hushang Ansary, prominent Houston philanthropists

Shahla Ansary, who is a vice chairman of the college's board of overseers, is a former Iranian finance and economics minister, Iranian ambassador to the United States and chief executive of the National Iranian Oil Co. Currently he is chairman of Parman Capital Group, a privately held global investment firm.  ...

http://www.vet.cornell.edu/research/awards/09February/Schimenti.htm

Sponsor: New York State Department of Health - NYSTEM
Grant Number: C024174
Title: Cornell Mammalian Cell Reprogramming Core
Annual Direct Cost: $711,981
Project Period: 01/01/09-12/31/12

DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): The great promise of stem cell research lies in the ability to regenerate, for purposes of repairing diseased or damaged tissue, any cell type or tissue in the body...
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Re: Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop It?
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2009, 01:12:26 PM »
Theres a guy on youtube talking about endtime propheses, saying that because of the human sacrifice of abortion, america is doomed. im a christian, and his revelations insights are very compelling... and this mass murder is absolutely unacceptable. i dont want america to fall, especially not since canada has been taken over by america, and that means our downfall as well. you all have a better chance for revolution and freedom than we do here in Canada, where everyone is braindead and mind controlled like you cant even comprehend. the "morning after pill" is just as bad, in my opinion, as abortion.

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Re: Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop It?
« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2009, 02:40:50 PM »
Follow the money....

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Shahla Ansary, who is a vice chairman of the college's board of overseers, is a former Iranian finance and economics minister, Iranian ambassador to the United States and chief executive of the National Iranian Oil Co. Currently he is chairman of Parman Capital Group, a privately held global investment firm.  ...

Shahla Ansary via Parman Capital Group is closely associated with Frontier Group...
and who runs that :Frank C. Carlucci

http://investing.businessweek.com/businessweek/research/stocks/private/person.asp?personId=66956&privcapId=35755336&previousCapId=4256818&previousTitle=Stewart%20&%20Stevenson,%20LLC

Frank C. Carlucci    Co-Founder and Chairman of Advisory Board, Frontier Group

Mr. Frank C. Carlucci is a Co-Founder and the Chairman of Advisory Board at Frontier Group.
He was the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Sears World Trade Inc. from 1984 to 1986.
Mr. Carlucci also served after as the President and Chief Operating Officer since 1983.
He served as the Secretary of Defense of the United States from November 1987 through January 1989. Prior to that, Mr. Carlucci was an Assistant to the President of the United States for National Security ... Affairs.
He served as the President Reagan's National Security Advisor in 1987.
Mr. Carlucci’s government service included positions as a Deputy Secretary of Defense from 1980 to 1982;
Deputy Director of Central Intelligence from 1978 to 1980; Ambassador to Portugal from 1975 to 1978; Under Secretary of Health Education and Welfare from 1973 to 1975; Deputy Director of OMB from 1970 to 1972; and Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity since 1969. He was a Foreign Service Officer from 1956 to 1980.
Mr. Carlucci has been the Chairman Emeritus of The Carlyle Group since 2003.
He has been a Director at Neurogen Corp. since February 1989 and Member of Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees.
Mr. Carlucci has been a Member of the Board of Directors of Texas Biotechnology Corp. since May 1990 and Member of Compensation and Corporate Governance Committees.
He has been a Director at United Defense Industries Inc. since December 1997; Pharmacia Corp since March 31, 2000; United States Marine Repair Inc. since July 1998; Ashland, Inc.; Northern Telecom Limited; Sun Resorts, Ltd.; Mass Mutual Life Insurance Company; Westinghouse Electric Corporation; and the Rand Corporation.
Mr. Carlucci serves as a Director at BDM International Inc. and Member of the Executive and Nominating Committees and Chairman of the Compensation Committee.
He serves as a Member of Board of Trustees for RAND Corporation.
Mr. Carlucci has been the Chairman Emeritus at Neurogen Corp. since January 2005 and served as its Chairman from February 1989 to January 2005.
He is the Chairman of BDM International Inc. since October 1990 and of Carlyle International.
Mr. Carlucci is the Chairman Emeritus of Nortel Networks Corporation.
Mr. Carlucci is a Director of Collexis Holdings Inc.
He served as the Chairman of The Carlyle Group from 1993 to 2003.
Since 1993, Mr. Carlucci served as the Chairman and Partner of The Carlyle Group and also served as its Vice Chairman and Partner from 1989 to 1993.
He served as a Director at Quaker Oats Company since 1989.
Mr. Carlucci served as a Director at Kaman Corp. since 1989; General Dynamics Corporation; and IRI International Corporation since 1994.
He served as a Director at Pharmacia & Upjohn, Inc. since November 1995 and Member of its Audit, Compensation, Incentive, Finance, and Nominating Committees.
Mr. Carlucci maintains relationships with and has served on numerous boards including Sears Word Trade, Wackenhut Corporation, and United Defense. He has also served on various non-profit boards including the Middle East Policy Council and the US-Taiwan Business Council. Mr. Carlucci graduated from Princeton University and also attended Harvard Business School.

See the relationships:
http://investing.businessweek.com/businessweek/research/stocks/private/relationship.asp?personId=66956

Hushang Ansary National Oilwell Varco, Incorporated Board Affiliations Stewart & Stevenson, LLC
Nina Ansary IRI International Corp. Board Affiliations Stewart & Stevenson, LLC
Philip Leder Schering-Plough Corp. Board Affiliations Pharmacia Corporation
David E. McKinney Thomas J. Watson Foundation Board Affiliations International Executive Service Corps
Mark Auerbach Neuro-Hitech, Inc. Board Affiliations Collexis Holdings Inc.

George Friedman Cornell University Board Affiliations Pinion Software, Inc.

John Major Credit Suisse Group Board Affiliations The Carlyle Group
Oscar Fanjul Martín Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Board Affiliations The Carlyle Group

David E. McKinney Thomas J. Watson Foundation Board Affiliations International Executive Service Corps

War against the weak: eugenics and America's campaign to create a ... - Google Books Resultby Edwin Black - 2004 - History - 592 pages
Mass eugenics required efficient systems.39 IBM was willing. ... Five years later, IBM, under the leadership of its president, Thomas J. Watson, ...




« Big Bad Barak Obama’s Banking & Bilderberg BackersPlanned Parenthood - Obama’s bioethics agenda »Eugenics: The Secret Agenda
In short, eugenics is the applied science of Darwinism (social darwinisim).The Malthusian catastrophe where the lower class all die and the well-to-do survive, became the inspiration for eugenics. The modern eugenics movement started in the  United states in the late 1800’s and continues under different names today.  The original eugenics movement eventually was promoted in Germany, and Hitler was so inspired by the Americans he created his own genocide based on the laws of eugenics. This would have been the ultimate goal of the eugenicists, but they failed. The eugenics operations in the us changed their names. Today they are called ‘population control, or planned parenthood, or one child policy. and screening for unborn children has begun to determine their genetic standing.  Billions of dollars are being poured into the population control agenda today. The old money of the Rockefeller blending with the new money of Gates, Buffet and others.
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In 1928 some of the very first computers were put to use in the field of eugenics. Thomas J. Watson, founder of IBM, was a devout follower of Hitler. He supplied punch card computers and IBM technicians to Nazi’s for the use in death camps. Tattoos on the inmates were IBM Human Identification Numbers.
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Re: Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop It?
« Reply #4 on: June 09, 2009, 03:01:50 PM »

John McCain: “I’d love to see a point where Roe vs. Wade is irrelevant, and could be repealed because abortion is no longer necessary. But certainly in the short term, or even the long term, I would not support repeal of Roe vs. Wade, which would then force women in America to [undergo] illegal and dangerous operations.”


There is only one main culprit here, it is the ghoulish privately run for profit disease repair casino industry! As long as human life is regarded as "just another" expensive disease rather than as the wonderful life preserving benefit to society that needs to be supported, protected subsidized nourished and protected this condition will remain doomed to persist.

Universal healthcare as opposed to parasitic disease-repair with a single payer model is the prime lovingly charitable Christian solution, but it must be coupled with free Universal matrimonial Income Insurance and worthwhile Baby Bonus supplement and non-reducable child tax deductions and exemptions.

this is a classic case where moderation plus positive incentives are the obvious choice and prohibition is anti-productve and irresponsible.

PS  "stem cells" are not human, they are a wasted surplus biological resource and have nothing to do with this topic.

Only truly genuinely charitable truly giving and constructive Christianity can stop this, not whining about how to impose an established religious-socialist  Taliban-legalist tyranny.

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Re: Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop It?
« Reply #5 on: June 09, 2009, 04:29:07 PM »
Neither of those two puppets have ANY say. It's their controllers that decide.

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Re: Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop It?
« Reply #6 on: June 09, 2009, 06:18:24 PM »
This is horrible, but how do they get to that number, 40 Million?

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Re: Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop It?
« Reply #7 on: June 09, 2009, 06:18:56 PM »
Obama the Christian won't stop it.

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Re: Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop It?
« Reply #8 on: June 09, 2009, 07:41:57 PM »
Yes I was trying to show the Eugenics relationship between Bilderberg-Carlyle-Carlucci-IBM etc... Obama-McCain both work for them, so it would make no difference to the Eugenic's movement.

This is horrible, but how do they get to that number, 40 Million?

http://www.nrlc.org/ABORTION/facts/abortionstats.html

49,551,703 Total Abortions since 1973
Downward Trend Continues

After reaching a high of over 1.6 million in 1990, the number of abortions annually performed in the U.S. has dropped back to levels not seen since the late 1970s.

Two independent sources confirm this decline: the government’s Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Alan Guttmacher Institute (AGI), Planned Parenthood’s special research affiliate monitoring trends in the abortion industry.


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Re: Over 40 Million Dead Babies - Will Either Obama Or McCain Stop It?
« Reply #9 on: June 11, 2009, 04:53:27 AM »
Thanks! So the numbers come from the CDC and AGI, looks believable to me.