Obama Sandy Hook Speech Used In Right To Life Ad [Video]

January 15, 2013

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The strategy of Aikido involves using the moves of one’s opponents against one’s opponent. Pro life supporters did precisely this by using Barack Obama’s Sandy Hook speech as a centerpiece of an anti abortion ad. The irony is magnified by Obama’s record in the Illinois state legislature, where he opposed laws that would mandate protection of babies who survive an abortion attempt. If Obama wants to debate the premise of this ad, he will literally be talking to himself.

 

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