Mike Gallagher

If you don’t know what happens, I’ll spare you the graphic, gory details. Suffice to say it’s a “procedure” that would make the chainsaw-waving villain in “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” envious. A number of states have simply banned outright this practice of murdering a baby as its being born, ostensibly for some health concern for the mother. And murder is clearly the correct term here. Again, way too graphic for specificity here, but it involves doing unspeakable things to the baby’s tiny skull, brain, or – in some cases – the neck.

If you don’t believe me, look it up on the internet. It’s not hard to find a scientific explanation for this horror.

So would you consider a president who favors the procedure a radical?

Sen. Barack Obama has a 100% pro-abortion rights voting record, including supporting the ghastly act of partial birth abortion. Politically speaking, a fellow Democrat, the late Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, one of the legends of liberalism, once referred to partial birth abortion as “too close to infanticide.”

Yet for Obama, it appears the “punishment of a baby” must be prevented at any and all costs.

Michael Gerson’s column this week in the Washington Post is simply mandatory reading for any and all who get “thrills up their legs” when this man walks into a room.

Gerson writes how Obama opposed a bill in Illinois that would prevent the killing of babies accidentally left alive by abortion. He refers to Obama’s “extreme” abortion record and is enthusiastic about a cultural trend that many of us have noticed, a trend that celebrates the birth of a baby, like the protagonist in the Hollywood hit movie, “Juno” does rather than marching down to the local abortion clinic.

There’s a scene in this movie that features the pregnant teen who is considering an abortion being told by a classmate that her unborn child already has fingernails. As Gerson brilliantly puts it, a worthless part of its mother’s body – a clump of protoplasmic rubbish – doesn’t have fingernails.

On the subject of life, Sen. Barack Obama is a radical, all right. A textbook definition of one. A man who has been on the side of killing babies his entire adult life, including the wildly evil practice of partial birth abortion.

There aren’t enough teleprompters in the world that can hide that fact.

I used to believe that a Republican’s best chance to win in November is to face Hillary Clinton. Clearly, Rush Limbaugh and others gleefully advanced that belief by the wonderful and creative push to have Republicans cross over in the primaries and vote for Madame Hillary and continue creating chaos in a Democrat Party already wallowing in chaos.

But I’m starting to think that there is no way that a great country like ours, even one that produced a scoundrel like Bill Clinton, could ever elect a radical like Barack Obama to the White House.

The more we learn about Sen. Barack Obama, the easier the road for Sen. John McCain.

Or so I hope.


Mike Gallagher

Mike Gallagher is a nationally syndicated radio host, Fox News Channel contributor and guest host and author of 50 Things Liberals Love to Hate.