posted on 01/27/2013 2:54:49 PM PST
To: netmilsmom; thefrankbaum; Tax-chick; GregB; saradippity; Berlin_Freeper; Litany; SumProVita; ...
The coroner also took the babies' footprints, as if they had been born in a hospital and not in a morgue. As Lori did with Libby, Jeremy had the tiny sets of feet tattooed on his chest along with the boys' names, the date they died and two simple words, "Our sons."
posted on 01/27/2013 2:56:46 PM PST
("Before I formed you in the womb I knew you." --Jeremiah 1:5)
Of course they are human, what else would they be?
posted on 01/27/2013 2:57:23 PM PST
Other side of the coin: “Is a fetus sub-human”?
When does it become human?
By Illinois standards, after the baby is birthed AND EVEN THEN ONLY IF THE MOTHER WANTS IT.
Unrelated to the central issue, but...the mother was 400 pounds. Did the obstetrician advise her to keep her weight under control and warn her of the danger of gaining so much weight? 400 pounds is a bit much even if you are carrying multiples.
Sad story. Shame on the defendants.
My sixty year old FETUS is doing quite well these days..
Course I like to call her my sister.. (7 month premmie)..
She has children grand children and all that.. not bad for a FETUS>.
posted on 01/27/2013 3:36:03 PM PST
(This propaganda has been edited to include some fully orbed hyperbole..)
I tried to post a news story about this yesterday but couldn't find a site that I was allowed to post. Here is a real legal dilemma. The pro-abortion crowd will always argue that a fetus isn't a person. That argument holds sway in many states these days. So, here is my question: if a pro-abortion person loses a baby, can she sue for wrongful death? I know it is a ridiculous question for those of us who are pro-life. I guess, when it comes to the pro-abortion crowd, whether the fetus is a person or not depends on whether or not she wants the baby. There are so many minefields in every Leftist twisting of our laws that it makes my head spin.
posted on 01/27/2013 3:37:20 PM PST
(Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy)
I went through a high risk twin pregnancy. My HMO told me they could do an emergency C section in six minutes flat. It makes no sense at all that the hospital didn’t try for the babies. Sue them blind!!
posted on 01/27/2013 4:27:45 PM PST
(FUBO, and the useful idiots you rode in on!)
This is a tragic situation no doubt but the hospital was not at fault.
Their first responsibility was to save the life of the mother.
You can't conduct a C-section during resusitative efforts.
They couldn't legally stop resusitative efforts until all reasonable effort had been made.
posted on 01/27/2013 4:49:15 PM PST
(Viva Christo Rey)
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