One way to prevent anyone from really looking at what is going on, or digging too deeply into facts is to make an 'enemy' of those who have strong convictions that are not in alignment with your agenda. By doing this, one can take the focus off of that agenda/behavior, and slam it onto 'the enemy'.
The Jews became the focus of the Nazi regime, and are still the focus of the Middle East countries that were long ago influenced by The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem (himself a Nazi sympathizer). That is only one example. Many have also done the same to the Catholic Church for various reasons.
But there is no conspiracy here! People who are PRO-LIFE from conception to Natural Death are not conspiring. They are disagreeing, and they have that right to do so. They also have the right to defend those who cannot defend themselves, ie, pre-born babies, cognitively and physically disabled, the ill, the infirm, the elderly. They have a duty to do so, as well.
So, I am sick and tired of being LABELED...for I am one of those who practice my Faith and firmly believe that Abortion, Euthanasia, Embryonic Stem Cell research, Cloning, etc are morally and ethically wrong, and as such, are evils.
So, Bill... instead of trying to divert people's attention from the ISSUES by continuing to make them out to be the enemies of the 'State', start to listen, and start to accept responsibility for one's own actions....
Bill Clinton Attacks Pro-Life Americans, Pushes "Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy"
by Steven Ertelt
September 28, 2009
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) -- Former President Bill Clinton has returned to peddle the myth that pro-life Americans and others opposed to the aggressive pro-abortion agenda of a president are part of some "vast right-wing conspiracy" that supposedly lies about and unfairly attacks presidents with whom they disagree.
The language first cropped up during the Clinton presidency during the 1990s as a way to dismiss attacks on his record without addressing the substance of the opposition.
Now, in a new interview with NBC's "Meet the Press," Clinton is again promoting what many observers consider psychobabble.
Asked by host David Gregory if the "vast right-wing conspiracy" is still present, Clinton responded: "Oh, you bet. Sure it is. It's not as strong as it was, because America's changed demographically, but it's as virulent as it was."
"I mean, they're saying things about him [Obama] -- you know, it's like when they accused me of murder and all that stuff they did," Clinton said.
"It's not really good for the Republicans and the country, what's going on now," Clinton added. "I mean, they may be hurting President Obama. They can take his numbers down, they can run his opposition up. But fundamentally, he and his team have a positive agenda for America."
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