In the Parable of the Good Samaritan, two people pass by a man on the side of the road who has been robbed, beaten, and left for dead. But a noble 3rd passerby sees that the beaten man has a child and stops to kill the child to spare the man more angst.
parker.jpgWait. That’s not what happened.
No, the 3rd person spots the beaten man, roughs him up for more money, and then kills the child.
Yes, that’s it.
That is actually the Parable of the Good Abortionist, as told by abortionist Willie Parker at the Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health website….

Ultimately, the parable of the Good Samaritan persuaded Dr. Parker that he had to offer abortion services to the women he treats. The story of an injured traveler being ignored by passersby resonated with Dr. Parker, who once worked in a hospital that did not allow abortions. “The Good Samaritan was the one person who didn’t think about himself,” he says. “Instead, he asked what would happen to the injured traveler if he didn’t help.”

In the real parable, the Good Samaritan bandages the injured person’s wounds, provides transportation, pays for his lodging, and offers to provide additional financial support if needed.
This is the sort of help pro-lifers — not pro-aborts — provide to pregnant mothers and their preborn children in crisis. Plus we’ll pay for physician care, maternal and baby clothing, diapers, furniture, child care education, etc., etc., etc.
Actually, pro-aborts invert the parable. They won’t lift a finger unless given cold hard cash, or a credit card not over the limit. No checks, please.
And then the finger they’ll lift holds a knife.
[HT: Arlene]