Skip to comments.PRUDEN: The bottom of the slippery slope in Philadelphia
Posted on 04/23/2013 5:50:35 AM PDT by COBOL2Java
Weve finally located the terminus of the slippery slope. Its on a side street in Philadelphia, in a modest three-story red-brick building, where a painted sign advertises dental, family planning, family practice, gynecological and physical therapy services. This is under an illustration of two happy parents, swinging a small child between them.
But there are no happy children within these walls. This is an abortion clinic made infamous by a doctor on trial for his life, charged with killing seven infants who survived abortions, and a woman who died during the procedure. The State of Pennsylvania wants to execute Dr. Kermit Gosnell for the crimes, if crimes they were. But it might not be so easy for the state. The law, as muddled abortion law makes clear, is a ass.
By the findings adduced in grand jury testimony, Kermit Gosnell stands convicted of monsterhood. He treated his patients badly and routinely killed live infants who to his great inconvenience survived their trip down the birth canal. These killings, the grand jury said, became so routine that no one could put an exact number on them. Most of the women are black, as the doctor is, and this is why the mainstream media ignored the trial until pressured to take notice.
Dr. Gosnell, finding humor in his grisly work, seemed to have aspired to be a stand-up comic. One witness said he joked after one abortion that the baby, at 19 inches in length and weighing six pounds, was so big he could walk me to the bus stop. When the survivor of another abortion writhed in pain as the doctor pressed a pair of scissors around his neck, preparing the snip his spinal column, the doctor joked: Thats what you call a chicken with its head cut off.
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No. We haven’t seen the bottom yet.
Wait until the state gains more control through nationalized healthcare (and economy), militarization of police forces, erosion of remaining natural rights, etc.
These things are predictable and the bottom looks more like Auschwitz.
Abortion was supposed to be “safe, legal and rare” according to its proponents for legalization. The backstreet abortionists were supposed to be “put out of business” once the procedure was taken out of the shadows and turned over to “ethical” medical practitioners.
This place has every one of the earmarks of the old illegal “backstreet” operations.
But, presumedly, since abortion is now legal, none of the old objections apply.
And who knows how many other sketchy operations are out there, which up to now have had somewhat better luck at not being revealed as the murder factories they are.
Don’t know how to dig out of this one. He’s covered under our Constitution for everything he’s done except the accidental overdosing of that one woman . . . hence, manslaughter . . . a minor crime.
Our federal law covers the slaughter of the unborn at all stages of development, and the deliberate murder of the newly born baby is kinda’ covered ever-so-slightly by the will of the “mother.” As long the baby is called a fetus, the baby is ripe for his deliberate murder.
The whole thing, from its start in 1973 hinges on words . . . just words . . . just like the Nazis did with words to classify Jews as lesser humans . . . words.
I firmly believe that since the Supreme Court opened the door to this unbelievable slaughter of American citizens, that it will have to be the Supreme Court that says, “ENOUGH.”
We can’t have these decisions in the case of abortions up to the states for the very clear reason that the idea of the Right to Life is from the beginnings of our federal Constitution, embodied in our Declaration of Independence.
All abortions should be a federal crime no less than capital murder, whether you paid for the murder, had someone drive you to murder your child, and then hired an abortionist to slaughter your baby.
It’s all words . . . words . . . semantics . . . and we all know very well that each and every abortion kills a human being . . . but we have found words to lessen the severity of those words.
This fella should be concerned. I doubt the libtards want him hanging around on Death Row for decades. I predict he goes faster than McVeigh.
The kind of "humor" only a Progressive could love.