You can find the entirety of it here. But here's the part that is mysterious to me: "There is no God who condones taking the life of an innocent human being. This much we know."
Wasn't Jesus innocent? So, if Jesus is God and freely gave himself to us, did not God in at least this instance condone "taking the life of an innocent human being"?
Others on the internet, such as the ever insightful Douglas Wilson, are assessing the President's comments by drawing our attention what seems obvious, the President's rejection of protecting the unborn, the partial-born, and the infants who survive abortions.
That, of course, occurred to me as well. But bringing that up had too much of a shooting-fish-in-a-bucket-while-taking-candy-from-a-baby quality. So, I passed on that one. However, what did occur to me was how a Christian of such native intelligence, as the president no doubt seems to be, would not instantly think of the cross and the innocence of the One slain on it when he mentions "God," "life taking," "innocent," and "human being" in the same sentence while apparently making a theological point.