A born alive abortion is a failed abortion.
A born alive abortion refers to when a baby survives an abortion and
is born alive. While many babies who initially survive abortion succumb in the ensuing minutes
(see Abortion is Murder), others live for
hours and can survive for good if given immediate care.
Until 2002, abortionists 'corrected' their 'mistake' - babies who
survive the abortion and are born alive - either by using instruments to kill
the babies or simply by leaving them unfed and uncared for until they eventually died
(see Abortion Holocaust).
In 2002, the Congress enacted the Born Alive Infants Protection Act (BAIPC) to
criminalize these murders and to protect the babies who survive
abortion. BAIPC was considered so common sense that it sailed
through both the House and the Senate without a single dissenting vote, and even
the militantly pro-abortion NARAL (National Abortion Rights Action League) withdrew its initial
opposition to the bill.
The one person who did oppose it was Barack Obama (see
Obama ratings). While campaigning for the
presidency, Barack Obama claimed that if he had been in the U.S.
Senate in 2002, he too would have voted for BAIPC and that he only voted against
the Illinois state version of BAIPC because the state version lacked a
"neutrality clause" explicitly stating that BAIPC would have no impact on
pre-birth legislation, including Roe v Wade.
However, official evidence has since emerged to prove Barack Obama's statements to
have been fabrications. In 2003, Barack Obama was an Illinois state Senator and
the Chairman of the Illinois State Senate Health and Human Services Committee.
On March 12, 2003, Barack Obama chaired this Committee (6
Democrats and 4 Republicans present) as it first added the neutrality clause to the Illinois
state version (bill
#1082) of BAIPC, before defeating it
6 to 4 along party lines.
Barack Obama voted to allow babies
who are outside the mother and breathing on their own to be killed, and then
lied about it. He will face the Justice of God.