Wednesday, May 09, 2012

Obama Tracks Unborn Children Visiting White House

America's most pro-abortion president, who said he wouldn't punish his daughters with a baby, wants to know the identity of every non-person (by his definition) who may enter the White House.

For background, read Obama Celebrates Roe v. Wade Anniversary and also read Obama Says Girls Need Abortion Rights for Equality

-- From "A Pro-Life Visiting Policy at the Obama White House?" by Olivier Knox, posted at ABC News 5/9/12

. . . an email from the White House Visitors Office that asks expectant parents to register their future bundle of joy, "crazy as it may sound." They should give their family name as the last name, "baby" as the first name, "NMN" ("No Middle Name"), and the like. The email goes on to say that, "once the baby is born," the parents should update the information.

"All White House tour guests, regardless of age, are required to provide identification information as part of the tour request. This includes children and infants," according to Secret Service Spokesman Brian Leary.

"This procedure was implemented to expedite tour requests by ensuring that all tour attendees are accounted for, as well as eliminating any delays that may occur if a tour guest arrives with a newborn that was not submitted as part of the original tour request," Leary said

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From "Security at pro-choice White House counts unborn children" by Dave Boyer, Washington Times 5/8/12

The pro-choice Obama White House requires pregnant visitors to count their unborn child as a person for tours of the executive mansion.

Douglas Johnson, legislative director of the National Right to Life Committee, said there’s a disconnect at the White House.

“It is ironic that President Obama’s staff recognizes the existence of unborn babies for purposes of providing security within the White House — yet, there is no indication that President Obama has any problem with the fact that throughout the District of Columbia, abortion is now legal for any reason up to the moment of birth,” Mr. Johnson said in a statement

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