I love this story :)
A member of Congress has a sarcastic take on the controversy generated by the Obama administration over a White House visitors policy that requires pregnant women to register their unborn children when they check in at the front door.
As LifeNews reported, the director of the White House Visitor’s Office, Ellie Shafer, distributed an email newsletter to members of Congress and others providing detailed instructions on how to register an unborn child (“a baby that has not yet been born,” as Shafer puts it) into the security system the White House uses to arrange group tours. Gee..the pro-aborts usually pretend it's a blob of cells, now it's a "baby that has not yet been born"? Congratulations on the enlightenment!
According to the National Right to Life Committee, which obtained a copy of the newsletter, the White House spells out how “the baby’s security information should be entered” into the White House system. Staff must include such details as the baby’s sex, if known.
Representative Lou Barletta, a Pennsylvania congressman, has a humorous and sarcastic response. Surely, he says, if the White House is taking tabs of the number of unborn children who visit the president’s home and office, pro-abortion President Barack Obama must have changed his mind on abortion and when life begins.
With his tongue firmly planted in his cheek, Barletta said he “congratulated” Obama on the change of heart.