Skip to comments.[South Dakota] Planned Parenthood Abortion Center Closes Instead of Following New Law
Posted on 07/21/2008 6:29:46 PM PDT by rhema
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Murderers prefer to do their evil in darkness.
...and the downside to this is, what, more children don’t die?
When will some abortionist set up the state’s latest back alley abortion clinic?
Why it is even with legalized abortion some clinics operate illegally and even with legalized abortion some legally operating clinics still butcher the women and send them home to die? There are parents who discover their minor daughters bleeding to death and yet parental notification is still fought by this lone medical industry.
A step in the right direction. It's quite telling that these abortionists would rather quit, or move out of state, than tell the truth to their patients.
Interesting blog, thanks for linking it.
I pray for the day when this great republic will complete outlaw this holocaust of the unborn.
This is excellent news. I hope more states adopt such laws.
Let’s all keep pushing for all the pro-life laws we can, every state. Never give up, never ever give up, etc.
More likely the murders will be shifted to appointed rooms and dates at local motels. It happened in Mississippi decades ago.
The idea was that the states should regulate abortion no differently than any other medical procedure, or NOT AT ALL through the simple expedient of not requiring it be performed by folks licensed to be physicians.
So far no one has tried the NOT AT ALL option, nor will you find the ghoulies at Planned Parenthood embracing the idea.
Still, by exempting the practice from all laws and regulation and allowing just anyone to do it, it will be almost instantly eliminated in that state.
Some folks may not have read through Roe v. Wade criticall before ~ time to do so. See what it legalizes.
True...otoh, maybe they’ll, “set-up shop” on an RV....”carnage on wheels”
Why not ,, after all they set up shop on a ship to corrupt countries that didn’t allow abortion years ago...
Um, upon which ocean will these South Dakota ‘ships’ be placed? The RV notion fits ‘landships’ ... if you realize how roomy those things can be, especially with slide-out room extensions. You can even get washers and dryers on them, to ‘clean the linens’ don’tchaknow.
Exactly...not far to Wyoming or North Dakota
To Planned Parenthood, that's about as devastating and apocalyptic a downside it could conjure up.
Nobody has ever accused pro-aborts of being honest or ethically consistent.
Planned Parenthood employs only the ones who've ceremonially trampled the Hippocratic Oath under their feet.
While LifeNews.com puts out topics dear to the heart of every pro-lifer, they cheat via hyperbole and even falsehood. No where in this article is Planned Parenthood’s reason for closing. It is insinuated that it is due to the new law. It would have been easy just to ask Planned Parenthood-—but, no.
Praise God! Thank you, South Dakota!
Good - one less abortuarium on this earth. One of Obama’s missions will be to reverse the fortunes of the infanticide brokers.
Alleluia...here is the Blue Print... C’mon Holy Spirit!!
It is so interesting to me, that one of the best OBGYN doctor's daughter heads up Planned Parenthood in SD.
I'm sure Dr. Looby is long since retired. I knew Kate Looby decades ago. Too much personal info, I suppose. It's a shame she's an abort supporter.
Be sure to identify yourself as coming from Free Republic ~ you know, just like you were a regular newzie.
Bet they tell you to go pound sand.
You don't really expect Planned Parenthood to tell the truth do you? Get serious!
Not really. PP taped a sign to its door saying it would be closing at 3 p.m. It was closed all day. At least five women, according to the doctor whose blog is linked in post 1, showed up and left. The doctor writes, These women weren't even notified the clinic would not be able to "serve" them today. Planned Parenthood is in CYA mode - they don't care about women - this is big business. It's not medicine - it's not health care - this is a cartel that kills and covers their trail.
I have often wondered if the abortionists were the BMTMS... (barely made it through medical school)
LOL!...just a reply to post #15...maybe flatboats and/or paddlewheelers, on the Missouri, James and Cheyenne Rivers.
Unfortunately, I don’t think so. They’re intelligent individuals committed to their ideaology, though when it comes to morals, they are lacking a soul.
No, not at all.
But, that wasn't my point.
But that wasn't my point.
The credibility of LifeNews needs some help because they are more agenda driven than news driven, a position which I have noticed for the past year. They do need to keep an eye on their credibility if they want to proselytize their agenda effectively to those who are not part of the choir.
Does this decision cover abortificants - drugs that kill the baby?
Both Iowa and Minnesota are very close to Sioux Falls, SD. They’ll probably set up shop just across the border.
Wow. This is gonna hurt. Planned Parenthood, along with the rest of the multi-billion dollar abortion industry, is a prime launderer of Democrat party campaign dough. Maybe even bigger than the “jackpot justice” lawsuit lawyers lobby.
Yep even Des Moines is only 2 hours away from Sioux Falls, and I believe they have an abortion clinic there.
Why the drop after 1960? (in deaths of women from illegal abortions)
The reasons were new and better antibiotics, better surgery and the establishment of intensive care units in hospitals. This was in the face of a rising population. Between 1967 and 1970 sixteen states legalized abortion. In most it was limited, only for rape, incest and severe fetal handicap (life of mother was legal in all states). There were two big exceptions California in 1967, and New York in 1970 allowed abortion on demand. Now look at the chart carefully.
Abortion Statistics - Decision to Have an Abortion (U.S.)
· 25.5% of women deciding to have an abortion want to postpone childbearing
· 21.3% of women cannot afford a baby
· 14.1% of women have a relationship issue or their partner does not want a child
· 12.2% of women are too young (their parents or others object to the pregnancy)
· 10.8% of women feel a child will disrupt their education or career
· 7.9% of women want no (more) children
· 3.3% of women have an abortion due to a risk to fetal health
2.8% of women have an abortion due to a risk to maternal health
So how many womens lives have been saved by abortion?
Only about 3% of abortions since 1972 were reported to be due to a risk to maternal health. A reasonable person would recognize that not all of those cases represent a lethal risk. But lets say they did. That means that nearly 45 million fetuses were butchered to save the lives of about 1.3 million women. Or put another way; 35 babies are killed to save each woman.
Abortion was legal in all 50 states prior to Roe v. Wade in cases of danger to the life of the woman.
That’s actually rather amazing. It would be interesting to see what would happen if this became a national law.
I wonder how many physicians would be willing to turn in their medical license to go around these laws. Not many I suspect.
Very nice. It’s about time.
So few realize that pregnancy termination to save a woman's life was legal in all 50 states and the protectorate at the time Roe was being argued in the SCOTUS. Even the people who argued the Roe case seeking blanket approval for slaughtering the alive unborn with impugnity have admitted they lied repeatedly to influence the Court. Yet the court--in an effort to sustain the specious notion that the judges are immune to falsehoods--will not revisit the horrific mistaken ruling! Evil is always based upon lies, even when puffed up black=robed judges are the tools of that evil.
Cockroaches scurry for the shadows when a light is turned on.
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Thank you, God!
It seems our many prayers are being answered.
There is a wide range of “maternal health” from trivial to truly permanently disabling and true possible death.
I am willing to bet that a large percentage of the 2.8% fell within the range of trivial.
Before everyone gets exuberant...where did this information come from? I ride by there on my way to work and yesterday they were not closed. I prayed in front of the place daily last year. I am having a hard time believing this. Let me do some checking with things here in Sioux Falls.
Actually Des Moines is about 4 hrs away and Minneapolis is about the same...they could drive to either location if they were wanting one. The people who will be hit the most with this are those in Wyoming and Nebraska, North Dakota and eastern Montana...if this it is true that it is closing or closed. (I saw plates from these other states drive in during the past year.)