Barack Obama—Fatherhood Begins At Conception

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In his first Father’s Day speech since moving into our White House, Barack Obama felt it was important to remind a certain group of men who haven’t figured it out already, that the responsibilities for their child begins at the moment of conception.

Wait a minute. Did he really say that? How is this position of Obama’s going to go over with his very good buddies, the pro abortion crowd? After all those far left feminist groups’ (and their fellas) core philosophy is that “thing” growing inside a woman’s womb is nothing more than a mass of tissue until it is brought into this world crying and coughing up mucus, if the woman decides to allow that to happen, correct? How dare him say that a man’s responsibility begins at conception when we all know that no man alive, well here in America that is, can tell a woman what to do with her body or with anything happening inside of it, correct?

I hate to say it Mr. Obama but I think you may have stepped in it here because a man’s responsibility for any children cannot possibly begin until he knows for sure the woman will not exercise her right to have a fetus inside of her aborted, even all the way up into the third trimester.

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As the father of two young girls who have shown such poise, humor, and patience in the unconventional life into which they have been thrust, I mark this Father’s Day — our first in the White House — with a deep sense of gratitude. One of the greatest benefits of being President is that I now live right above the office. I see my girls off to school nearly every morning and have dinner with them nearly every night. It is a welcome change after so many years out on the campaign trail and commuting between Chicago and Capitol Hill. (SNIP)

In many ways, I came to understand the importance of fatherhood through its absence — both in my life and in the lives of others. I came to understand that the hole a man leaves when he abandons his responsibility to his children is one that no government can fill. We can do everything possible to provide good jobs and good schools and safe streets for our kids, but it will never be enough to fully make up the difference.

That is why we need fathers to step up, to realize that their job does not end at conception; that what makes you a man is not the ability to have a child but the courage to raise one.

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