Pro-abortion advocates must be pulling their hair out. First the Supreme Court agrees to look at the federal law that bans partial birth abortions (FoxNews). Then the South Dakota Senate has the audacity to pass a law that bans almost all abortions in that state and imprisons doctors who perform abortions (FoxNews). According to the Fox report, Planned Parenthood Federation of America lawyer Eve Gartner said in a written statement the organization would do everything it could to ensure that women and their doctors, not politicians, made their health care decisions.
Since when is abortion a health care issue? It has little to do with health and everything to do with convenience. Oh, sure there are the rare cases when the physical health of the mother is at risk because of her pregnancy, but the vast majority of abortions are the response to lifestyle issues. Having a child is a difficult thing to do. It takes money and energy and love. Most women who have an abortion just don't want to go through the hassle. Since many Americans think people's lives should be free of annoyances, we kill 3-4,000 babies every day. And to hide the fact of what's really happening, people like Eve Gartner call the killing of these children "health care."
Thank God that there are still people in our nation who are willing to stand against the immoral acts of those who are motivated by profit. Abortion is big business. Where would Planned Parenthood be if it didn't kill babies? Out of business, that's where. You can be sure, PP will never talk about that. You can also be sure, that PP and their radical feminist allies will continue to throw hissy fits over any attempt to restrict abortions. Abortion is their god, and the blood of the unborn their unholy communion.