Well, who can blame him?
Here’s a gory description of abortion by a doctor who performed them, plus a rebuttal of the idea that killing the 2nd or third trimester baby is sometimes needed to save the mother
Abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s trial is underway. The horrifying facts of what he did have the stink of hell about them. Meanwhile the pro-choice news media has been discreetly ignoring the horrors. (more…)
See here for a Planned Parenthood official arguing that when a child survives an abortion and is delivered alive, whether or not it survives should be up to the mother and the doctor to decide.
I predict aquittal or, at most, conviction on a single count of negligent homicide and a sentence of time served.
You are the friends I never had,
You wrote the books I’ll never read,
you’ll never give me a helping hand,
you’ll never be my daily deed.
With apologies to Anne Campbell, and with deep regret for decades of abortion.
The elected President of the United States supported limited infanticide at one point and has never retracted that support.
Filed under: Deseret Review | Tags: abortion, moloch malech, the progress of our degeneracy appears to me to be rpetty rapid
This Ross Douthat piece is worth your while. He points out that most reflex liberalism (equality! fairness!) is really reflex Christianity, and it doesn’t make much sense to criticize Christianity’s sexual ethics, e.g., on the grounds that they conflict with some vaguely remembered echo of Christian doctrine on the dignity of man that’s been worked up into a generalized system.
Nope, not kidding. These medical ethicists really are edging towards being pro-choice on infanticide. Their logic is impeccable: killing a baby a few minutes after its birth is little different from killing it a few minutes before. My baby, my choice!
As Abraham Lincoln might say, our progress in degeneracy seems to me pretty rapid.