Just 5 % of the kind of publicity from the Tucson incident attaching this demon and the abortion industry would damage the “choice” side and likely prevent hundreds if not thousands of abortions of women who may decide to keep the baby vs. risk running into another guy like this.
The Freaking NAF (National Abortion Federation, Co-founder was Bernard Nathanson Silent Scream) “IS” the trade organization for the abortion business. Their own inspector saw the violations and did nothing. How many other “un approved” clinics are just like this. We don't know and they can't prove he's the only one. Every six months there is a “new” “outlier” discovered.
Get NAF to brag about their approved clinics on National TV and you will sow discord within the industry.
Where are the pro life groups, can't anyone write a press release anymore. Did the prolife movement wear out when the old guard like me got old?
Likely too busy fundraising to “save the babies” let me check my mail for the plea of the day.
“wise as serpents and innocent as doves” well 50% is a start
Innocent does not mean ignorant.
You got it, buddy.
Hey, there are a few groups that aren’t in it for the money, who are getting the truth out.
American Life League
American Right to Life
The Personhood Imperative
Colorado Right to Life
Georgia Right to Life
California Human Rights Foundation
March for Life
Missionaries to the Preborn
America’s Independent Party
The Personhood Party
And a few others...
Glad to see someone make a correlation between what happened here with what happened in Tucson.
It's interesting (but not surprising) that when a nut like Loughner loses it and kills some people with a gun that the left immediately blames the fact that guns are available, to call for "common sense" gun control, but when murders like this happen all you hear are crickets.
I think this case is a good opportunity to call for "common sense" abortion control. Sure, maybe most doctors are not breaking the law but since it's possible that they will, we should place some strict limits of abortions.
Perhaps we could start with a permit process for those seeking abortions. Maybe a three day waiting period. A background check. A national registry. Mandatory training classes for those seeking an abortion.
I can't even guess at how many times I've heard of some clinic being closed down for shoddy bookkeeping, inappropriate prescribing of drugs, malpractice, unsanitary conditions, etc., and my first thought was that it was probably an abortion mill. It's always at the end of the story that they finally will say the name of the clinic, and it's always one of those deceptive names like "Women's Health Centers" that indicates what type of clinic it really is. I think that maybe once, the clinic was not an abortion mill.