"I got what I deserved"

Date: Aug 1, 2007 Length: 28:19
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* Michigan Right to Life: Bob reads and analyzes a Right to Life of Michigan letter in defense of the brutally-wicked PBA Supreme Court ruling. As the CRTL Open Letter campaign continues to expose the bad fruit of the child-killing regulators at National Right to Life, the pro-life industry is having a difficult time identifying anything good in the Gonzales v. Carhart ruling. Edward Rivet, legislative director for the NRTL affiliate in Michigan, argues falsely that "Justice [Anthony] Kennedy purposefully" used graphic language, supposedly because it "rips the veil of sterilized language off the abortion question." Rivet apparently read this evil ruling through the NRTL bias, because his is exactly wrong on Kennedy's reason for using such grotesque descriptions of slaughter. Kenney is unashamed, and unafraid to use such graphic language of the killing of these children because of his hubris, and his confidence in the increasingly entrenched "right" to kill children. Now, the lawless Supreme Court has upheld by a wicked ruling that codified actual "pro-life" legislation which regulates even late-term abortion. Thus, pro-lifers must not only fight against immoral Supreme Court decisions, but we have a federal law, passed by "pro-life" congressmen, that the court upheld faithfully, which allows clinics to continue business as usual, since Congress permitted partial-birth abortion with their "ban," and only required a four-inch variation in the procedure used to stab to death a tiny percentage of children killed by abortion. Michigan RTL's legislative director Edward Rivet should reread Gonzales v. Carhart, perhaps with the Colorado Right to Life Analysis of the Ruling at his side, or even the brief analysis at SupremeCourtDecisions.us.
* Michigan Right to Life: Bob reads and analyzes a Right to Life of Michigan letter in defense of the brutally-wicked PBA Supreme Court ruling. As the CRTL Open Letter campaign continues to expose the bad fruit of the child-killing regulators at National Right to Life, the pro-life industry is having a difficult time identifying anything good in the Gonzales v. Carhart ruling. Edward Rivet, legislative director for the NRTL affiliate in Michigan, argues falsely that "Justice [Anthony] Kennedy purposefully" used graphic language, supposedly because it "rips the veil of sterilized language off the abortion question." Rivet apparently read this evil ruling through the NRTL bias, because his is exactly wrong on Kennedy's reason for using such grotesque descriptions of slaughter. Kenney is unashamed, and unafraid to use such graphic language of the killing of these children because of his hubris, and his confidence in the increasingly entrenched "right" to kill children. Now, the lawless Supreme Court has upheld by a wicked ruling that codified actual "pro-life" legislation which regulates even late-term abortion. Thus, pro-lifers must not only fight against immoral Supreme Court decisions, but we have a federal law, passed by "pro-life" congressmen, that the court upheld faithfully, which allows clinics to continue business as usual, since Congress permitted partial-birth abortion with their "ban," and only required a four-inch variation in the procedure used to stab to death a tiny percentage of children killed by abortion. Michigan RTL's legislative director Edward Rivet should reread Gonzales v. Carhart, perhaps with the Colorado Right to Life Analysis of the Ruling at his side, or even the brief analysis at SupremeCourtDecisions.us.
* 93-year old man shoots: 24-year old robber in the neck and the robber confessed his guilt. See, the system works!
* See, Everett Coop was Right: to worry about increased infanticide as a result of America's growing culture of death.
* Jim and Pam: write to thank BEL for Bob's sermons, Bible studies, and the Focus on the Strategy DVD!
Today's Resource: Released today: An excerpted version of the two-hour Forty Years in the Wilderness DVD, now called Focus on the Strategy II, is the 50-minute sequel to Bob Enyart's blockbuster analysis of the immoral and failed strategy of National Right to Life. Focus on the Strategy II is available as of today, August 1, 2007, and is just the right length to watch in a Sunday School class, or with friends at a video party at home (yours or theirs)! To order FotS II please call 800-8Enyart, one DVD is $15, three for $20, and 20 copies for only $100!