Obama: “Every Time I Think About Those Kids, It Gets Me Mad.” Only Killed With Guns Not Abortion

Opinion   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jan 7, 2016   |   2:29PM   |   Washington, DC

President Barack Obama has an obvious righteous anger when it comes to kids who are killed in gun violence. “Every time I think about those kids, it gets me mad,” he said the other day at a nationally-televised media event.

But what about unborn children? Where’s the compassion for them when they’re killed? Obama has the opportunity to do something about it — there’s a bill on his desk to de-fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business. But will he provide further political cover for his friends at the abortion business or do something about the killing of “those kids” before birth?

That’s what David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress, the group behind the shocking expose’ videos, wants to know.

“Congress is listening to the will of the American people to hold Planned Parenthood accountable under the law for their barbaric abortion and baby parts business,” Daleiden said. “Yesterday, President Obama wiped tears from his eyes saying: “Every time I think about those kids, it gets me mad.” Mr. President, show the same outrage and compassion for the kids who are killed and harvested for body parts at Planned Parenthood, and parted out and sold across the country like used cars.”

“The hypocrisy and callousness of this out-of-touch administration will be on full display if after today, President Obama refuses to listen to the will of the American people and reassign taxpayer money from Planned Parenthood’s barbaric abortion and baby parts business to mainstream, full-spectrum health care providers,” Daleiden continued.



Family Research Council President Tony Perkins has the same message for the president.

“Congress sent a clear message to the President on behalf of unborn children, their mothers, and for taxpayers. Never before has Congress been able to send a bill to President Obama’s desk ending the forced partnership between taxpayers and Planned Parenthood,” Perkins said. “We owe a deep debt of gratitude to the many Members of Congress who made the protection of the unborn, and the repeal of pro-abortion, punitive mandates within Obamacare such a high priority.”

“In their role as representatives of the people, Congress has spoken. It is now up to the President to decide whether to continue funding Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider which ended the lives of 323,999 innocent babies during their last reported fiscal year alone, or whether he will listen to the American people. If the President vetoes this bill, he alone will bear the moral responsibility for sending our tax dollars to a group that has allegedly engaged in the selling of baby body parts for profit,” Perkins added.

“A critical precedent has now been set for moving a similar measure forward when America finally has a President who understands the value of every person, born and unborn. What has formerly been viewed as impossible has now been made much more possible, and we look forward to the day when a pro-life Congress sends a similar bill to a pro-life President to sign into law,” Perkins continued.