Skip to comments.Abortion Business in Philadelphia Gives Away Free Abortions Honoring George Tiller
Posted on 06/10/2009 9:59:11 AM PDT by julieee
Abortion Business in Philadelphia Gives Away Free Abortions Honoring George Tiller
Philadelphia, PA -- An abortion business in Pennsylvania is drawing criticism or giving away free abortions on Tuesday in honor of slain late-term abortion practitioner George Tiller. The Philadelphia Womens Center said the free abortions were meant to show appreciation for Tiller, who was allegedly killed by extremist gunman Scott Roeder.
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hmmmm....my friends and I enjoyed booking abortion appointments while in college. We’d change names and schedule three or four a day. This sounds like a good idea now.
We should get a gift certificate for a free abortion and send it to Dave Letterman’s Mom.
This is nothing more than the liberals idea of a life for a life. These people are offering free murder and nothing else.
Kill in the memory of a dead killer, eh?
This isn’t satire? That’s sad. I was actually thinking of satirically getting a t-shirt that read “I got my girlfriend an abortion to honor Tiller and all I got was this lousy t-shirt” but I thought it would be bad taste. I’ve been out-done.
Keep praying in front of these clinics, folks. Prayer will shut them down.
Mention George Tiller and get a free vacuum cleaner and a pair of scissors.
Should be Obama’s new slogan: Free Abortions for All!
They will probably throw in a couple of free wings from KFC.
How about a get one now get one later twofer.
‘Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth
and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of. ‘
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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