Meeting with Roman Catholic journalists this week, President Obama said,
“I would be surprised if those who believe abortion should be legal would object to language that says we should try to reduce the circumstances in which women feel compelled to obtain an abortion. If they took that position, I would disagree with them. I don’t know any circumstances in which abortion is a happy circumstance or decision, and to the extent that we can help women avoid being confronted with a circumstance in which that’s even a consideration, I think that’s a good thing.”
For an indisputably pro-choice President to say such a thing points up the depraved madness that is guiding the Episcopal Church. (Read the article and also the two comments by "Edward L" that follow it to get a picture of both leaders and followers in Episcopalianism. Also, you can read the full text of the Ragsdale speech here; when blogs first picked it up, she tried to take it off the web).