by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat
Open mouth, insert foot....
According to police, Rojas came back to the woman's apartment while they were investigating and told them: "Yeah, I (messed) that (woman) up. She is stupid and won't get an abortion."
Ella works as a contraceptive by blocking progesterone's activity, which delays the ovaries from producing an egg. RU-486, too, blocks the action of progesterone, which is also needed to prepare the womb to accept a fertilized egg and to nurture a developing embryo. That's how RU-486 can prevent a fertilized egg from implanting and dislodge growing embryos.
Ella's chemical similarity raises the possibility that it might do the same thing, perhaps if taken at elevated doses. But no one knows for sure because the drug has never been tested that way. Opponents of the drug are convinced it will. "It kills embryos, just like the abortion pill," said Donna Harrison, president of the American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists....
They also fear some women will try to use ella to abort a fetus, putting themselves at risk for potentially life-threatening complications that have been reported among a small number of women using RU-486, and possibly damage their developing child if it doesn't work.
The story about the "man" who punched his girlfriend in the stomach makes me sick. Even worse, stuff like this (men being violent to force women to abort) is going on all the time.
The sickest part is that many are talking of the "man's rights" when it comes to a pregnancy, and how men should be able to walk out on their pregnant partner and have no emotional or financial responsibilities to the woman or baby. The man has no rights after he chooses to have sex with a woman; the baby is the one with the rights. This is a very hard concept for selfish people to grasp.
But no, we're not supposed to feel sympathy for the dead babies and their mothers (most of whom suffer horribly), but rather for people like poor Mr. Rojas who didn't want his child's life to get in the way of his sexual pleasure.
It seems the article didn't mention the well-being of Mom and Baby? Praying they are ok.Posted by: Adair at June 14, 2010 3:58 PM
You know, I realize I went to school back in dinosaur times, when caveparents told their own children about the facts of life instead of waiting for them to learn it at school but...
Isn't the true meaning of "contraception" preventing conception? And since "implanting" takes place after "conception" then how can an abortion product be marketed and reported as "emergency contraception?" Shouldn't "emergency contraception" actually consist of something like a breakable glass case with a set of 'his and hers' chastity belts? Lol!
Agreed, Ninek. I also went to the same dinosaur sex-ed class, taught by the same caveman a gazillion years BC.
"Emergency contraception" is another of the lies propagated to kids today by the culture of Death and it's proponents (PP, Liberal media and politicians, feminazi orgs..etc)Posted by: RSD at June 15, 2010 10:30 AM