This is interesting to me because the feminists are going berserk. The thing is, the bill does not ban abortion in Mississippi. What the bill does is make sure that a board certified OB/GYN with hospital admitting privelages is doing the abortions. In effect, it makes abortion safer for women (although certainly not the innocent child). You think they would want that. The fact that the abortionists they have on staff can't meet those qualifications and the fact that they can't find any in the state to keep the clinic going, says something about the safety. We have seen time and time again that abortion clinics are not held to the same inspection standards and have the lowest of the low in the medical profession, but the feminists don't fight to change that. It isn't about it being safe and legal. It's about it being legal. Period.
posted on 04/05/2012 1:18:56 AM PDT
To: wagglebee; little jeremiah; narses
posted on 04/05/2012 1:19:40 AM PDT
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Thanks for posting this. I think this is an excellent piece of legislation
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posted on 04/05/2012 5:54:05 AM PDT
We have seen time and time again that abortion clinics are not held to the same inspection standards and have the lowest of the low in the medical profession, but the feminists don't fight to change that. It isn't about it being safe and legal. It's about it being legal. Period.
The filthy fact is, your average beauty parlor has more regulation than any abortion 'clinic'. More than keeping it legal, it is about the 'benjamins'...
TX and MS are doing a great thing, in spite of Obama, in regulating the abortion industry and limiting its access and power. Good for them. In the long run, they are doing women a huge favor. Women who carry their pregnancies to term will have healthier lives, not to mention the mental (psychological) aspect of abortion on a person later on. Feminists refuse to listen to scientific data on abortion and its after-effects, and they say that Christians are the anti-science ones!
posted on 04/05/2012 6:54:57 AM PDT
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To: Pinkbell; LadyDoc
How hard is it for a doctor to get admitting privileges to a local hospital anyway?
posted on 04/07/2012 5:20:02 PM PDT
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posted on 04/13/2012 7:08:10 PM PDT
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posted on 04/13/2012 7:18:15 PM PDT
Very good. Under the Roe v. Wade regime tactics like this are probably the only avenue of struggle that was left available.
However, American people should take note: a duly elected state legislature cannot simply ban abortion in the state that elected it. It has to regulate the hell out of it, or go over a near impossible hurdle of passing constitutional amendment.
Freedom and democracy, anyone?
posted on 04/14/2012 7:45:43 AM PDT
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