Monday, August 15, 2005

Wait! Only The Baby Was Supposed To Die!

I sometimes wonder how the "women's rights" groups (NOW, NARAL, Planned Parenthood) can look at themselves in the mirror.

I just can't understand why it is an important "right" for all women and young girls to have immediate access to methods of killing their unborn children. Why do they want them to hurry so... is it now the "right to choose quickly"? Whatsamatter... afraid they'll change their mind? Why is it so bad if they do?

When we find out that simply making girls wait one day before killing their babies results in many of them KEEPING their babies, the "women's rights" groups are not happy at all. (See this post)

Then, when some sick SOB invented a way to kill babies with a pill, the "women's rights" groups were ecstatic. So much so that they worked and worked to make it as easy to get as aspirin... you know... so they could "choose" even more quickly. (Now see this post)

Now, when we have the mother's dying along with the babies, these "women's rights" groups are nowhere to be found.

As usual, Michelle Malkin brings it home to us:

[[ Health officials are investigating whether there are any links in the cases of four California women — at least two in Los Angeles County — who have died since 2003 of massive infection after taking the so-called abortion pill, RU-486, and a follow-up drug.

RU-486, prescribed under the brand name Mifeprex, was approved by the FDA in 2000 over the strong objections of many abortion opponents. In recent weeks, opponents of the RU-486 regimen have renewed their call for the passage of Holly's Law, which would take the drug off the market in the U.S., arguing that there is no way it can be administered without risk.

The proposed legislation was named after 18-year-old Holly Patterson of Livermore, Calif., the first U.S. woman to die of infection after a nonsurgical abortion in 2003. The procedure is often called a medical abortion...
]] (Link to LA Times article)

Way back in 2003, Michelle was on the case:

[[ Planned Parenthood's outspoken activists remain stone-cold silent about Holly Patterson. She's the teenager who died of tragic complications from taking the abortion drug cocktail RU-486, which she obtained from a northern California Planned Parenthood clinic in September. Holly and her unborn child suffered a painful, bloody and prolonged death.

Patterson was seven weeks pregnant when she received the chemical abortion regimen. After seven days and two desperate trips to a hospital emergency room seeking help for intense cramping and bleeding, she succumbed to "septic shock, due to endomyometritis (inflammation) due to therapeutic, drug-induced abortion," according to an Alameda County coroner's report. The silence of the abortion lobby speaks volumes:

Ho-hum. Just one (sic) more innocent casualty in pursuit of the almighty "right to choose." Nothing to see here. Move along...
]] (LINK to Michelle's column)

Go figure...



Anonymous Anonymous said...

typical christian anti choice preaching.

16/8/05 09:15  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah those evil Christians trying to look out for women and babies. Shameful.

16/8/05 09:26  
Anonymous tj said...

Anonymous said...
typical christian anti choice preaching.

16/8/05 09:15

and that's baaad???

16/8/05 12:00  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's bad because it interferes with THE AGENDA. Don't you know that tj?

The only choice they want is the choice to do anything thy want with no moral consequences. Everything is okay, except of course being conservative. Hypocrites and liars.

16/8/05 12:15  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes its bad tj. No one can tell a woman what to do with her body. Sorry I know you don't like to hear that freedom stuff but its true.

16/8/05 12:45  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If we men began acting like men and keeping things where they belong, there wouldn't be a need for this type of lunacy.

The "It takes two to Tango" argument doesn't fly when we have men who are committing rape against women, and if a woman is immoral, then she should be avoided.

17/8/05 04:26  
Blogger kmg said...

That's a good point... the problem with rampant abortion is, sadly, only a symptom of an overall societal swing to the dark side.

We wouldn't need to worry about any of this if people would show any amount of restraint in the "everything is okay" mentality.

17/8/05 08:12  
Anonymous tj said...

>>Anonymous said...
Yes its bad tj. No one can tell a woman what to do with her body. Sorry I know you don't like to hear that freedom stuff but its true.

16/8/05 12:45 <<

I don't care what a woman does with her body...right up until she makes the *choice* to become pregnant. She made that choice...
After that, she has an independent body gowing inside of her. That body was endowed by its Creator with certain unalienable Rights, among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.

17/8/05 12:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I completely agree. And if we should need to breech the subject to a young mind son/daughter with respect to abstinence, not participating casually, premaritally, extramaritally, and not placing herself/himself in a situation where they are vulnerable, it is up to the family to impart these values, not the education system.

Most of what is taught in a school, or education system is forgotten usually because it is seen as less valuable than values learned in the home.

Therefore, in most cases, whether a child is in the presence of a parent, or not, they will always know right from wrong. Those values become instilled and become armor against poor judgement. Self-esteem is the characteristic that represents these values.

It goes without saying that the need to even discuss the sacrifice of innocent life would be dramatically changed for the good.

17/8/05 12:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

its not life you right wingnuts! and its between a woman and her doctor not the church or you holier than thou bible thumpers.

17/8/05 13:47  
Anonymous tj aka rightwingnut said...

to anonymous...who said...

>>its not life you right wingnuts!<<

Let's get this's growing, it needs nourishment, it has a heartbeat, brain waves, all those normal "life" thingys...but it isn't "life"...

Well, now I'm scared...what the hell is it???

17/8/05 15:48  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

its part of a womans body and that makes it her choice! its the law so deal with it!

17/8/05 17:34  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous #1:

My, you're quite angry aren't you. Lashing out isn't the answer...

17/8/05 19:12  
Anonymous tj said...

>>Anonymous said...
its part of a womans body and that makes it her choice! its the law so deal with it!

17/8/05 17:34<<

So following this line of that moment, right after a baby is born, it is still attached to the "host" aka the mother by the umbilical cord and the does that mean that that entity is still a part of a woman and therefore something that can be disposed of? terminated...if you will?

At what point, in your view of things, does that mass of cells, that tumor, that parasite, actually become a person that is afforded the same rights as you and I?

Roe V. Wade is bad law. Period.

Oh, and can we please make up a name when we post comments...just to help keep track of who is saying what. For example...I will, from now on, refer to the above anonymouse as *RU-486*.

17/8/05 21:56  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No man should ever disrespect a womans body. I am not taking a position on what a woman should think, feel or do. I have no clue how to advise a woman.

Men. Begin acting like men and if you are struggling with a sexual issue, get help. But by no means or any justification, should another unwanted or unborn child be sacrificed. Do not disrespect women.

Simple. Impart to all men in "your family" that life is precious and a womans heart should never be betrayed.

If you have questions on how to conduct youself in the presence of a woman, you need not search beyond the Bible and the meaning of God with respect to women.

Respect her, Love her as you would yourself, as you would your son or daughter. BOND. Be steadfast and NEVER betray.

17/8/05 22:22  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I speak only to that part of God that exists in the hearts of a men.

The onus of imparting values to a woman is upon women.

Do not be afraid to be a leader.

This war of culture is more a war between what we know to be wrong, and what we know to be right. Some might elevate this to a war between Good and Evil, but by no means should the battle become a war betwen humans. We cannot purport to respect life, if we are willing to take a life in order to protect another.

17/8/05 22:34  
Blogger kmg said...

Latest anonymous...

Wow... between you and the lovely and talented TJ, the eloquence is flowing like fine wine in here!

I appreciate your words... and agree with them.

17/8/05 22:39  

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