Here's 1 example why abortion mills have such bad reputations as being dumps.
On February 9 I reported MI late-term abortionist Alberto Hodari had put his Livonia mill on the market. At that time pro-lifer Lynn Mills noted wires hanging over 1 of the 2 mill entrances...
... which she repeatedly reported to authorities, particularly since the mill is a bus stop...
Authorities took no action until Lynn called Livonia Mayor Jack Kirksey on February 17, following the call up with an email and photos. (Interestingly, this time she didn't mention the hazardous deserted building was an abortion mill. Is that what it takes?)
So Hodari was apparently finally prodded to clean up the wires, and here's how he did it...
Along with killing preborn babies for a living, abortionists are slum lords.
Posted by: Mary
at February 22, 2010 7:39 AM
My question is why does he get away with it? Considering the regulations we have just when it comes to our homes and property You can be sued if a neighborhood child is injured climbing up a ladder you left by the garage while you ran in to answer the phone. But Hodari can leave wires hanging like this, especially around children?
Mary - you forget - the Good Doctor® is keeping children from hurting themselves by climbing unwatched ladders or being impaled by massive icicles by aborting them, sparing the mothers much grief and time in emergency rooms (never mind all those additional records, insurance claims, legal bills etc. and so forth).
He is performing a vital service for the State!
You know I wrote that as a joke, but sometimes it seems as though some out there really think this way...Posted by: Chris Arsenault at February 22, 2010 8:08 AM
You can really tell - Abortionists care about children soooooooo much.Posted by: bethany at February 22, 2010 8:34 AM
Maybe Hodari wouldn't mind aborting some of the bigger children too. I mean they are messing around with his icicles and being alive and all.Posted by: carla at February 22, 2010 8:34 AM
It would seem that the truism is once again confirmed,
"The outside matches the inside."Posted by: Gerard Nadal at February 22, 2010 8:48 AM
A question I often ask, who polices the abortion clinics and the abortionists? I've been, more than once, outside the Carhart clinic in Bellevue and wondered, how does the man keep a medical license? If this were a dentist's office, I would take one look at the outside condition of the property, and then, I'd run away. On his sign, there is a crazy daisy, every petal exclaiming, "I love life not!" Plenty of cameras outside to protect the abortionist from the protesters, why not any inside the abortuary?Posted by: Cathy at February 22, 2010 9:28 AM
Of all the pregnancy care centers I've visited, NONE of them looked like this on the exterior.
Compare and contrast.Posted by: Cranky Catholic at February 22, 2010 9:53 AM
I can't see how he cleaned up? Looks the same to me.
Abortionists think they're above the law. That's why they fight any law that would require them to be regulated and have clean facilities, etc like any outpatient surgery center would/should.Posted by: LizFromNebraska at February 22, 2010 10:04 AM
The only abortion clinic I've ever been to was a total hellhole. Not only was it in a terrible neighborhood, the building was a wreck.Posted by: Ashley at February 22, 2010 10:14 AM
The only abortion clinic I've ever been to was a total hellhole. Not only was it in a terrible neighborhood, the building was a wreck.
Posted by: Ashley at February 22, 2010 10:14 AM
You hit the nail on the head there, Ashley. That's what an abortion clinic IS...a hellhole.
Cathy - you know this already, but of course nobody polices abortionists. They're above any law. And making them adhere to an actual reasonable medical standard would be "denying women 'access' to their 'choices'", don't ya know? :-|Posted by: army_wife at February 22, 2010 11:07 AM
Posted by: LizFromNebraska at February 22, 2010 10:04 AM
After the clean-up: coming out the back door, you won't get "clothes-lined" or electrocuted (maybe). I can't tell if the door hinges in or out. If out and it's a fire-exit, they're still in violation, because the wires can fall back to block egress.Posted by: Chris Arsenault at February 22, 2010 11:40 AM
These doors are hinged on the outside, so they open out. Most/all business doors open out, it's a fire code thing. If the door opens in, it could hinder the folks from getting out during a 911.Posted by: Lynn at February 22, 2010 1:03 PM
I don't know if the newly-built PP buildings are "better"...they look "clean" on the outside, nice and neat with landscaping all around BUT there is nothing but death on the inside.
Reminds me of a white-washed tomb.Posted by: RSD at February 22, 2010 1:10 PM
The city keeps making excuses for the age of the building. I'm going to start calling it Livonia/Detroit. Wait. Hodari may give Detroit a bad name.Posted by: Lynn at February 22, 2010 2:08 PM
There is a valid reason for these abortion clinics to be squalid and deteriorated. It is a reflection of the souls of those who work inside and every customer who enters.
Satan, once claiming a soul, has such a deletorious nature, that any "place" he is made welcomed on a formal basis, suffers.