Thursday, April 29, 2010

aint it a BITCH

Pro-Lifers Make Women Cry

Pro-aborts are actually accusing pro-lifers of making women cry. Yup. That's the new tactic. The ol' "pro-lifers are a bunch of meany pants" defense.

Fox News reports:

The requirements of Oklahoma's new abortion law are drawing some emotional responses from patients, a clinic director said Wednesday, now that women must have an ultrasound and hear a detailed description of the fetus before the procedure can be done.

The law went into effect a day earlier, when the state Senate overrode Gov. Brad Henry's veto of that measure and one that prohibits pregnant women from seeking damages if physicians withhold information or provide inaccurate information about their pregnancy.

"It's been difficult for some of the patients," said Linda Meek, executive director of Reproductive Services of Tulsa. "We've had patients leave the ultrasound room in tears because of what they had to hear."

...The new statute requires the person performing the ultrasound to describe the dimensions of the fetus, whether arms, legs and internal organs are visible and whether there is cardiac activity. It also requires the doctor to turn a screen depicting the ultrasound images toward the woman to see them.

Meek said no patient at the clinic had yet canceled an abortion after hearing a description of the fetus. Jennifer Mondino, an attorney for the Center for Reproductive Rights that filed the lawsuit, said that so far no patient at the Tulsa clinic has decided to view the images.
You can understand how hard it must be for abortionists to hear crying in their clinic as they're not used to hearing the screams of their victims (See the Silent Scream).

And here's the kicker. I don't believe them anyway. They're lying that the law is having no effect on the women's decision. It's interesting to watch because these abortionists are really walking a fine line here because they have to argue that the information these women is so traumatizing that they're breaking out in tears but then they have to turn around and argue that it also has no effect on the women's decision. It's really a Catch-22 for abortionists.

These abortionists are fighting tooth and nail to have this law overturned because they know when a woman hears the truth or sees the truth they are much more likely not to get an abortion. They don't give a hoot about these women. They care about the cost of the abortion. That's it.
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Doc Meadows said...

I like your blog. Charity is good, but sometimes you just have to tell people there in the soup and headed for the stove. (In fact telling them this is probably the most charitable thing to do.) I love Mercer County (have visited it for the churches at least 3 time so far). Can only imagine what it would have been like in the good old days. Several of your churches will be featured on my blog in the upcoming year.... As per making women cry... it seems as of late several abortionists have been in hot water for making them (women) sick or dead.

madyjojjef said...

Charity is just a medium where we can help to people & find the way of happiness..
friends god give us this life to know the world & find the way, where we'll be happy.
God bless you!

NC Sue said...

I pray that these laws will ultimately be responsible for saving lives. But I fear that the pro-abortion contingent will find a way to overturn them.

kkollwitz said...

I'm expect that the pro-choice position has caused many more tears than its opposition.