Skip to comments.Abortion Protesters Use Cameras, Raise New Legal Issues, Lawsuits
Posted on 05/28/2002 7:10:25 AM PDT by TroutStalkerEdited on 04/22/2004 11:46:33 PM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
DENVER -- As soon as he saw the blue minivan turning into the parking lot of Planned Parenthood's small abortion clinic here, Kenneth Scott grabbed his digital camera, clambered up his rickety metal ladder and started snapping pictures.
"You'll have nightmares about this day the rest of your life," he bellowed, photographing the blond woman gingerly leaving the minivan. Then he turned his camera to her escort. "Your sin won't be hidden or forgotten," he screamed.
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...around age 2 maybe when the little buggers can run around, feed themselves, etc.
A newborn infant will die without intervention (feeding and "upkeep").
Only if your idol is Dr. Joseph Mengele.
I don't think it's a difference of opinion where KILLING is concerned. It's more like a difference of opinion about WHEN LIFE BEGINS. Apparently, some people believe that a single cell is life and it would be wrong to kill it. Others believe that a single cell is not the equivilent of a human being. Those that are anti-abortion view what is being aborted as a life. Those that are pro-choice do not view it as a life.
If we knew that you were about to be carried into a building to be attacked by a knife-wielding assailant, what would you have us do?
It's not about hate. It's about right and wrong and what America stands for.
Women having their pictures taken generally know when life begins. That's why the most potent weapon in the abortion debate is a sonogram. In a pro-life clinic, the imaging screen is turned toward the mother and she is shown the features of the baby her body is nurturing. In the abortion clinic the imaging screen is turned away from the mother and she is told there really is no baby. But if you let her look at it herself, usually she will decide not to abort. Of course, such informed consent is dangerous to the abortion mill cash-cow.
But, regardless of all this, there is no hate for the protestor toward the mother. Toward the doctor, perhaps, but not the mother. And the mother doesn't hate the protestor, although she wishes he weren't there to cause the pain. The press does, perhaps, but not the mother. Shalom.
Convert me before I die.
Then what is it? A frog? A cow? A flower?
Obvious answer? Because they didn't want photos of an ambulance in front of an abortion clinic.
Sarcastic answer. The neighbors complained about the noise from all of the ambulance calls to the abortion clinic. < /sarcasm >
There was a minor who died in Houston a few years back from internal bleeding. She had a legal abortion and kept her parents in the dark. We hear about how many women would die from "illegal" abortions if the law changes but I don't ever see published stats on how many woman die from legal abortions.
Minors can't even get ears pierced (let alone surgical procedures) without a parental permission. The culture of death makes their own rules.
Sometimes this does describe the mother, but often it does not. 80% of the mothers are caught in a trap. Interestingly for the pro-choice crowd, she usually feels she has no choice. She has been told by men that there is nothing wrong with her allowing herself to be used as a sexual toy by a man. When she gets pregnant, and the man realizes that this could lead to an emotional, or at least a financial committment, he convinces her that she is only exercising her rights when she kills the child that might cause him a problem. He manipulates her and emotionally abuses her.
If she can get to someone who cares, someone at an abortion alternative center, for example, they can help her to see how she has been used, then acheive the strength to make her own decision. If she goes to someone who makes a living by selling death to her unborn child, she has no help.
Don't blame the mothers. Sometimes they deserve it, but often they do not.
Yes, I have my flame-retardant underwear on to protect me from all the strong women on FR who have no regrets about their abortions and were never, ever, under any circumstances, coerced.
Maybe you could pray for them. They certainly need it.
If they started posting the addresses, you could send a card expressing your concern and telling them of your prayers.