Planned Parenthood and Fourth Trimester Abortion

by Mike on March 29, 2013

in Culture,Politics,Right to Life

All abortion is the vicious killing of an innocent human being whose life deserves to be protected by the law.  Public opinion may be divided on that statement, but the one thing that even pro-lifers and those who are pro-choice could agree on is that a baby is entitled to protection once it is born.  Well, no more.

According to Planned Parenthood lobbyist Alisa LaPolt Snow, even the life of a baby who has been born and is struggling for dear life on a table is subject to the heartless whims of a formerly pregnant woman and her “doctor”  post-birth abortion.

This really is turning into a sick, sad world.  Many people are rightly decrying the attitude held by people like Ms. Snow because she is arguing for the legalization of killing a child we all see. But it is important to remember that our society already allows the killing of children just minutes before the hypothetical situation Snow condones just because they are in the womb.  Ms. Snow may be extraordinarily cruel for supporting the slaughter of humans we all see, but those we can’t see are just as deserving of legal protection.  Let’s not forget that.

Link via Drudge

ETA:  I wonder if this is what Ms. Snow had in mind when she claimed on her Twitter page that “Now I lobby for the good guys in health care.”

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Ryan March 29, 2013 at 5:16 pm

Very consistent with Obama’s voting record in the Illinois state legislature.

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Jeff March 30, 2013 at 10:29 am

This is an outrage! When Planned Parenthood operatives are put in a corner on key questions and issues regarding their practices and beliefs, they suddenly reveal what lay beneath their skirts! As a resident of the State of Florida, I’m going to demand of my legislative representation that we ban this murderous organization from the state. Ms. Snow’s problem while standing in front of the Florida Legislature was that, for the most part, they are not sympathetic with her cause, and therefore would not throw her the softball questions that heretofore have been the norm!

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