(Prolifer)ations 6-19-10

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by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN

  • Jennifer Derwey at ProWomanProLife discusses the recent study from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists regarding fetal pain before 24 weeks. Pro-lifers dispute that pro-aborts authored the study for their own agenda. Nevertheless, as Jennifer states...
  • The situation illuminates the problem with gestational timelines as a basis for abortion law. When did pain become the determining factor for whether or not a person or animal is deserving of life... ? After all, there are adults who don't feel pain.

  • Gerard Nadal at Coming Home compares the civil war over abortion to the past struggle for abolition of slavery and the wisdom gained:
  • In the decades to come, our posterity too will look back and join in [John] Adams' words:

    "We understand now, we've been made to understand, and to embrace the understanding... that who we are IS who we were."

  • John Jakubczyk delivers his criticism of Kathleen Parker's latest article on feminism, in which she supports life but opposes the reversal of Roe v. Wade, one of the most poorly reasoned legal opinions of all time.

  • 40 Days for Life celebrates the ceasing of abortions at the Triangle Abortion Clinic in Raleigh, NC.

  • Suzy B lauds Italy's successes using adult stem cells to cure blindness.

  • Wesley Smith juxtaposes health rationing in the UK due to the nursing shortage against worries about age discrimination lawsuits from women wanting IVF treatments after age 40:
  • So, some seriously ill patients might get rationed out of a stay in hospital, or receive less than optimal care due to a nursing shortage, as money will be diverted to older women so they can give birth past their time? I'm sorry, but that is just nuts.


    This is a notriously political - very pro abortion organization. Note their site here:


    ..where they say that abortion is so important to a womans health (sic), then go on to suggest that the 4 studies that deny the link are more important than the 8 they cite that do (there are 2 more major studies now also showing the link).

    Worse still, have a look at the 4 studies which concluded there was no link. Do ANY of them actually have numbers that say that abortion does not increase preterm birth? Nope. I can't see any. They just try and suggest that the increase isn't that much, or that women who get abortions are fat and smoke a lot.

    Posted by: Sean at June 29, 2010 6:49 PM

    After describing in some detail the prolonged and repeated physical and sexual assaults, algores accuser said:

    [I've got this mental image of one of those walking talking trees from 'Lord of the Rings' with bulge in his bark pursuing this woman around the room for hours in slow motion droning on and on and on...'realease the chakra, release the chakra!]

    ("Chakra," in Gore's new-agey jargon, refers to the body's "energy centers," which the masseuse interpreted as having a specific meaning. "This was yet another euphemism for sexual activity he was requesting," she told police, "put cleverly as though it were a spiritual request or something.")

    "Finally she got away. Later, she talked to friends,

    liberals like herself,

    who advised against telling police.

    One asked her "to just suck it up;

    otherwise, the world's going to be destroyed from global warming."

    ['liberals like herself'?!?! Dwell on that for a while.]

    Don't you just love the liberal/progressive 'big picture' response to their icons going rogue.

    Or as Elenor Clift, chief apologist and tool for the left summed up Billy Boy Clinton's odd smoking habits, "Great leaders have great libidos."

    Well that explains everything.

    Why didn't the philanderer in chief just say that in the first place instead of shaking that bony finger in our collective face, bite his quivering lower lip and lie to us like we were his dumb blonde wife, "I did not have sex with THAT woman, ms Lewinsky."

    "Great leaders have great libidos."

    [Just look at size of stains on that blue dress.]

    No foul then, certainly no harm.

    Line up the courtiers and concubines and satisfy the appetites of these 'great leaders' lest they explode in a rage of pent up testosterone and do something really crazy like granting amnesty to illegal aliens or spending more money in six months than all the other presidents combined.

    Liberal ladies, your patriotic duty beckons.

    What was that term from 'Brave Heart' used to describe the officers of the king's 'royal right' to have sex with the commoners wives, daughters, mothers...?

    And the lucky ladies should consider themselves priveleged to have this show of affection lavished upon them.

    Maybe wearing that anti-rape condom would be a good idea when your are in close proximity to great liberal leaders with great libidos.

    [Tipper, you made the right choice. You just waited tooooooooo long to do it.]

    Posted by: yor bro ken at June 29, 2010 7:32 PM

    The typical left strategy is the bigger the lie the better. Next time one of the doctors from the UK study falls into a semi-conscious state like REM sleep; somebody should tear their limbs off or puncture their skulls with a Metzenbaum sccissors to prove yjeir hypothesis that semi-conscious babies feel no pain.

    Posted by: truthseeker at June 30, 2010 12:31 AM

    Posted by: yor bro ken at June 29, 2010 7:32 PM

    "What was that term from 'Brave Heart' used to describe the officers of the king's 'royal right' to have sex with the commoners wives, daughters, mothers...?"


    It came to me this morning as the sun was rising while I was driving into Dalls:

    The 'devine right of kings'

    and by autocratic extension, their officers.

    Common maidens should count themselves as 'privieged' to be counted worhty to be recipients of a download of royal genetic data.

    Perhaps they may even conceive and the liberal leaders great libido will passed on to the next generation.

    Maybe that is why John Edwards mistress did not choose to 'choice' her royal offspring.

    Or it could be that to do so would destroy the evidence she neeed to guarantee herself an income at least until the child is an adult, not to mention the loss of that gene for great looking hair.

    Posted by: yor bro ken at June 30, 2010 7:46 AM

    "The Portland Tribune said it had investigated the allegations in 2007 after receiving the police report through a public records request but chose not to publish a story because it said

    attorneys for the former vice president

    categorically denied the charges."

    [Well what other course of action could they take, because as everyone knows, 'great liberal leaders have great libidos' and like the royalty they perceive themselves to be they have the 'devine right of kings' to pollentate as many maidens as they desire. Accordingly, where there can be no crime, there can be no harm. Just ask Paula Jones, Juanita Broderick, or Kathleen Wiley.]

    Posted by: yor bro ken at July 1, 2010 10:46 AM

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