Some numbers to keep in perspective as you talk to folks about this today and in upcoming days:
1. George Tiller operated a clinic that specialized in late term abortions, after 21 weeks. That means his specialty was the killing of babies that were VIABLE, meaning, they could live outside the womb. This is murder of convenience.
2. Mr. Tiller admitted performing 60,000 abortions of this type. That is the population of a small city.
3. Mr. Tiller made a lot of money with his bloody hands, corrupting the politicians in Kansas, including the Governor, now the HHS Secretary under Obama, in order to keep his baby murdering cash cow going.
4. Mr. Tiller’s clinic broke various laws intended to protect minors—not reporting cases where girls under the legal age of consent were made pregnant by older males.
5. There have been more than fifty million abortions since 1973, and that doesn’t include those in California and NY, which do not report their numbers. The CDC does not require reporting the number of abortions—these numbers come from the only source that compiles such statistics—the Alan Guttman Institute—which is a wholly owned subsidiary of-wow-Planned Parenthood. So, there is a structural bias to under-report the true number of abortions.
6. There are still over one million abortions a year after 36 years of sex education, condom use, etc. The abortion procedure usually involves active dissection of a live baby, pulling out the parts, and reassembling them to make sure parts are not left in the mother. No anesthesia is given to the baby as it is dismembered. We would not kill a dog or a cat in this barbaric manner. Saline abortions involve the injection of a salt solution into the amniotic sac, which literally burns the baby alive until dead. This is called providing a health service to women.
7. After 36 years, we are now into our third generation of American women undergoing abortions. Of the fifty million babies aborted since 1973, about half would have been females. Considering the number of females aborted between 1973 and 1991(the youngest of this group would be 16—child bearing age), these females would have had as many of ten million children by now. So we are missing fifty plus ten—sixty million people in America today.
8. How many doctors, inventors, educators, nurses, teachers,fathers and mothers have we killed in 36 years? What would have been their contribution to society?