Skip to comments.I am Dr. Tiller
Posted on 06/09/2009 9:24:48 PM PDT by God'sgrrl
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The needs of the many (unborn) outweigh the needs of the one (tiller).
If they’re so proud of being abortionists or pro-abortion, why are they covering their faces? Pretty sick to use a child on this site. Someone should tell the little one that being pro-abortion meant her mom would not have had any problem killing her. Fortunately for libs, conservatives have a heart and love children. Both unborn & born.
On Monday morning we went to see the 20-week ultrasound of our new baby. You should see the images produced today, full 3-D images that by no means can be mistaken for anything other than a perfect baby human.
By the way, its another Boy!
No wonder they don’t allow comments. Those stories were vomit inducing.
It never ceases to amaze me how people can rationalize any behavior. I read all the comments on the sight, all espousing how much the help women, or womyn as some spell it. Some touting their one or numerous abortions. One women had two abortions, a possible late term abortion, and three kids. Wow, talk about poor birth control practices. another mentioned about a friend who got pregnant at 17 because the condom broke. “She did everything she could to avoid pregnancy, and since she didn't want it she had an abortion” , no thought that maybe a 17 year old shouldn't be having sex.
Abortion truly is the sacrament of the leftist religion.
One of my favorite things is preparing his now 3-year-old big brother for whats coming. The questions are priceless, as are the answers we come up with!
How do you explain how the baby "got in Mommy's stomach" to a 3 year old?
My best answer: "thats where God puts him until he is ready to meet us"
One of the most bizarre lines:
“There is truly nothing more beautiful or more real than what happens within the clinic walls.”
This is my soon to be little niece or nephew. If God is willing.
It's not as good a picture as 3d but You can still tell that's a baby. I don't see how anyone could be proud of killing innocent little yet to be born babies either.
great shirt, I’m very sorry to hear things happened the way they did, I’m sure everything will go perfectly this time, auntie!
The very definition of ‘strong delusion’ ... demonic don’tchaknow.
"Not in my stomach, sweetie, that's where food goes. But God puts a special place in Mommy's tummy, right next to her stomach, where God puts the baby for safe keeping until He makes them ready to come into the world to be with us. That place is still close to God, but just next door to being with us."
I am the involuntary Dr. Kevorkian. I am Dr. Tiller.
I guess I should think these things out before hand, I'll learn someday :)
I do in fact believe that a baby in the womb is still in God's presence more than ours until a certain gestational age—which I could not name if I had to, but it would probably be when the child begins to sense the world around him/her ... the mother's heart beat, the pulsing umbilicus, etc.
Experiments have shown that a child of twenty five to thirty weeks has a startle sound reflex and can learn to ignore a loud noise that is repeated regularly but which does not harm. This proves the alive unborn can learn!
We are truly fearfully and wonderfully made.
What a surprise!
The nutcase pro-life murderer (now there’s an oxymoron) just encouraged these monstrous people.
That is very interesting, never heard of that.
I was amazed to watch as he would shy away from the sensor (don't know the name of the thing) when the technician moved it around. He would hide his face in his hands, stretch out, turn away from it, I bet in a couple of months he would be grabbing at it.
The new 3-d images are so clear you can see every little detail, every finger, toe, nose, his heart, everything. The alive unborn is exactly what is seen in those pictures there is absolutely no mistaking it!
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