Concerning the murder of his unborn grandchildren, President Obama is just like everyone else...
One commenter thinks it's unfair to say that President Obama wants his daughters to be able to murder his grandchildren... He points out that one statement commonly cited in support of this conclusion is a 2008 Johnstown, PA appearance where Obama says the following:
President Obama: When it comes to... when it comes specifically to HIV/AIDS, the most important prevention is education... which should include... which should include abstinence only educa... should include abstinence education ...teaching children... teaching children that, you know, sex is not something casual.
But it should also include... it should also include other--you know--information about contraception because, look: I've got two daughters--nine years old and six years old-- I'm going to teach them, first of all, about values and morals. But, if they make a mistake? I don't want them punished with a baby! I don't want them punished with... ah ...an STD at the age of sixteen. You know? So it doesn't make sense to not give them information. You still want to teach them the morals and values to make good decisions.
So keep your eye on the ball here: President Obama wants his daughters to have sex education that provides options--options he wants his daughters to take if they get in trouble.
He wants them to be told about contraceptive choices which knowledge will empower them to make those choices in such a way as to keep from being punished with a child--President Obama's grandchild, that is. If President Obama's daughter gets pregnant (out of wedlock, we can assume from the context), he wants her to use contraception to escape the punishment of a child.
Then too, on a page of transcripts of President Obama's habitual use of "I want (this) and I want (that)" in his campaign speeches for the coming election, the New York Times includes these two statements:
President Obama: "Romney wants to get rid of funding for Planned Parenthood. I think that is a bad idea. I’ve got two daughters. I want them to control their own health care choices.
Here's a longer transcript from the White House:
Mr. Romney wants to get rid of funding for Planned Parenthood. I think that is a bad idea. I’ve got two daughters. I want them to control their own health care choices. We’re not going backwards, we’re going forwards. (Applause.)
Planned Parenthood is our nation's slaughterhouse where babies are murdered by the hundreds of thousands per year. Planned Parenthood also provides contraception--both non-abortifacient and abortifacient contraception. President Obama speaks both of "Planned Parenthood" and "choice." It would be unreasonable not to conclude that President Obama wants Planned Parenthood funded so his daughters have the freedom, not simply to use a spermicide and diaphragm, but to abort his grandchildren very early (ECPs and chemical abortions) and very late (surgical abortions).
But what is "contraception" to President Obama?
President Obama does not distinguish between abortion and contraception. His Obamacare regulations force Christian and Roman Catholic companies and non-profits alike to fund the killing of unborn children through what his administration calls "contraception," but in reality is abortion. He wants Planned Parenthood funded so that his daughers have a "choice." He wants his daughters' sex education to include abortifacient contraceptive choices so they won't be punished with a baby.
If President Obama had to choose between becoming a grandfather through his daughter accepting the punishment of a child or having that grandchild aborted so his daughter wouldn't be "punished with a child," a reasonable person would conclude that President Obama would make the same choice most Americans have been making for decades, now: to encourage his daughter to murder her unborn child through ECPs, chemical, or surgical abortions so that she (and he) could escape the consequences of her mistake.