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YouTube.com pulls full version of video on abortion and Hispanics

.- YouTube.com has pulled the complete Spanish version of the pro-life video “The Hard Truth” as presented by Mexican actor Eduardo Verastegui. In the video, the actor informs Hispanic voters about the abortion industry and the position of Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama.

The unedited video, which features graphic images of abortions carried out in the United States, can be seen at www.durarealidad.com.

In the video, Verastegui says Hispanics are the ones most affected by the abortion industry.

“Abortion is not only a lucrative industry; it is also used by people who are racist as a means to eliminate our people, since they consider us to be a threat to democracy in this country,” Verastegui states.
 
“We need to put an end to abortion and political candidates play a very important role in this matter,” he says.
 
“Obama supports abortions performed during the last trimester of pregnancy,” “the inhuman partial birth abortion,” and he wants “to finance abortions with the tax dollars you and I pay,” the Mexican actor points out.
 
He also recalls that “as a lawmaker, Obama voted on several occasions against a law to protect babies who survived an abortion and were born alive.”

“Obama is more interested in maintaining the legality of abortion that in the well-being of the babies, children and families of this country,” Verastegui says. He calls on Hispanics “to unite and do something to defend life at every stage, from conception to natural death.”

CNA's edited version of the video can still be viewed on YouTube.com


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