Obama just sent me an email with the subject line, "Stand up for science, Mary."
When it comes to fighting climate change, the single biggest obstacle we face isn't scientific or economic. It's political.
Right now, in Congress and across the country, too many of our elected officials still publicly deny the science of climate change.
That needs to change.
Americans across the country are standing up for science -- OFA is building a team right now to take the fight to climate change deniers.
Every year, the effects of climate change are felt in more of our communities -- consider the consequences of extreme weather like historic droughts and record-breaking storms. It jeopardizes the future we'll leave for our children.
This shouldn't be a controversial opinion.
We need to listen to our friends at NASA and the 97 percent of climate scientists who agree that climate change is real, man-made, and happening right now. Now is the time for serious action, not excuses or outright denial.
But that requires lawmakers all across the country to face the facts and work together to find smart, science-based solutions.
You can help us get a little closer to that goal today -- be part of the OFA team calling out climate change denial:
Thank you for doing your part to make progress possible -- I couldn't do any of it without you.
Stand up for science, Barack.
Obama, the most radical pro-abortion we've ever had, needs a science lesson on human development.
He supports killing the unborn at any point in pregnancy.
From The Hill:
The Obama administration on Tuesday threatened to veto the GOP-backed bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks, calling it a “direct challenge” to a court-protected right for women.From the Washington Times:
...“Not only is the basis for H.R. 36 scientifically disputed, the bill disregards women's health and rights, the role doctors play in their patients' healthcare decisions, and the Constitution,” the White House wrote in a statement Tuesday. "If the president were presented with this legislation, his senior advisers would recommend that he veto this bill."
On the 42nd anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision in Roe v. Wade, President Obama said Thursday that he is “deeply committed to protecting this core constitutional right” of abortion, and he criticized pro-life legislation approved by the House.Supporting the killing of the unborn on demand, at any point during pregnancy, requires that Obama dismiss science.
Mr. Obama called the high court’s ruling “a decision that protects a woman’s freedom to make her own choices about her body and her health, and reaffirms a fundamental American value: that government should not intrude in our most private and personal family matters.”
“I believe that efforts like H.R. 7, the bill the House considered today, would intrude on women’s reproductive freedom and access to health care and unnecessarily restrict the private insurance choices that consumers have today,” Mr. Obama said. “The federal government should not be injecting itself into decisions best made between women, their families, and their doctors.”
He can't admit that his position, like that of Russ Feingold, amounts to infanticide.
I am so sick of Obama and his fellow Leftists yapping about their allegiance to science when they shamelessly toss it aside when talking about the unborn.
Obama says, "When it comes to fighting climate change, the single biggest obstacle we face isn't scientific or economic. It's political."
I think, when it comes to fighting the pro-abortion crowd, the single biggest obstacle we face isn't scientific or economic. It's political.
Obama says, "[T]oo many of our elected officials still publicly deny the science of climate change."
Well, I think too many of our elected officials still publicly deny the science of human development.
Simply put, Obama is a life denier.
"Stand up for science."
What a joke!