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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Things we missed over Thanksgiving break

LifeNews.com highlights a 2008 Guttmacher Institute report, stating that 300 American abortionists are willing to kill babies older than 20 weeks LMP (18 weeks after fertilization). Though the Guttmacher Institute has a pro-abortion agenda and mixes a strong dose of propoganda into its reports, the raw data is often beneficial to the pro-life cause.
The baby in the above video is at least two weeks under the age limit for the abortionists in the report.

In Alaska, Planned Parenthood is suing to prevent a recently passed parental notification law from going into effect. Parental notification laws have already been found constitutional many times, but for abortion businesses, delay is victory. Just look at what's happening in Illinois!

8 comments:

Yonmei said...

Only three hundred American doctors brave enough to defy the pro-life terrorists who want women to die when complications develop in late pregnancy?

That's both shameful - for the pro-life movement and for the doctors not brave enough to defy their terrorism - and impressive. Good there are that many doctors who put their patients lives and wellbeing ahead of their own.

Nulono said...

Gee, look who's back. Still under the the impression that pro-lifers support violence and that elective late-term abortions are never, ever, ever done. Ever.

Yonmei said...

Still under the the impression that pro-lifers support violence

From pro-lifers themselves: you do.

and that elective late-term abortions are never, ever, ever done. Ever.

Oh, Nulono. Still trying to claim that when a woman in late pregnancy develops complications and has to choose between death for herself & the fetus or an abortion, that's "elective". Because who cares about saving a woman's life if she can't give birth to a living baby!

Isn't it ironic what prolifers call themselves, anyone would think they cared about human life...

Yonmei said...

Just as an example: Neal Horsley, the pro-lifer who publishes names and addresses of doctors, clinic staff, and volunteers, so that wannabe "heroes" of the pro-life movement can kill them. (He's also violently homophobic, but that almost goes without saying - he's a pro-lifer, bigotry against gays and women go together.)

Of course no prolifer would dream of denouncing Neal Horsley in any detail: they might go "oh no we have nothing to do with him" but any idea that it's actually wrong to identify for harassment, persecution, and the threat of murder, doctors who are brave enough to perform late-term abortions... that's the way the pro-life movement in the US functions, with violence and harassment.

Nulono said...

1. I'm not bigoted.
2. Guilt by association. How lovely.

secularprolife.org said...

George Tiller himself cited fetal genetic health problems as the chief reason for performing late-term abortions, not maternal health. If a woman is in a life-threatening situation, she's going to go to a hospital.

Nulono said...

I'm not saying life-of-the-mother abortions are elective. I'm saying not every single late-term abortion IS a life-of-the-mother abortion.

Yonmei said...

George Tiller himself cited fetal genetic health problems as the chief reason for performing late-term abortions, not maternal health

George Tiller wouldn't perform late-term abortions unless there was a threat to the mother's health.

You prefer a woman would have to wait for her fetus to die inside her, then suffer through a miscarriage of the dead fetus. That would be a strong threat to her health, possibly her life, and her future fertility. But that's what you want, and you support violence and harassment and murder of doctors who want to save women's health, lives, and future fertility.