(Prolifer)ations 6-1-10

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by Kelli

  • Christina at RealChoice discusses the lengths to which pro-aborts will go to justify abortion, even setting arbitrary points at which they believe God could infuse a soul into the body of a fetus, and claiming women should be trusted because they have a lesser history of violence than men....
  • Former TX Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson has an op-ed in the Gazette Online addressing telemed abortions in IA:
  • 2 years ago, I went to a National Abortion Federation meeting and listened to a nurse from PP of the Heartland brag about the new telemed abortion method. He said it would revolutionize the way medical abortions were conducted, starting in IA and then expanding throughout the nation.

    Last week, at an event in Cedar Rapids, PP President Cecile Richards spoke glowingly of the telemed abortions and indicated hopes to roll out the system nationwide over the next 5 years.

    Even when I was a 2008 PP "employee of the year," I thought this system sounded risky.

  • Culture Campaign has some updates on personhood initiatives in various states.

  • MommyLife shares an email showing over 100k examples of our "American arrogance" (as President Obama has called it) on foreign soil.
  • [HT: Kristina H., Chris A.]


    Comments:

    In response to the Salon article on the word, "pro-choice," Catherine Palmer has a great article at Ethika Politika: "Disrobing Pro-Choice Euphemisms". It's definitely worth a read.

    Posted by: Andrew Haines at June 1, 2010 6:53 PM


    Sorry, here's the link:

    http://cfmpl.wordpress.com/2010/05/24/disrobing-pro-choice-euphemisms/

    Posted by: Andrew Haines at June 1, 2010 8:27 PM