Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Partial Birth Infanticide Supporters to rally in USA

I want to scoff at this press release:

Federal Abortion Ban Gives Politicians Green Light to Practice Medicine

And who do you suppose regulates medicine in the Western World?

The State?

You mean the State isn't qualified to say what's a botched operation or not? What is a legal operation or illegal?

That's a crock!

NEW YORK — On Wednesday, April 25, Planned Parenthood supporters will hold rallies and demonstrations to express outrage over the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling to uphold the federal abortion ban. On April 25, the third anniversary of the largest march in Washington, DC, history, the landmark March For Women’s Lives, the women’s health movement will once again send the message to elected officials that women’s health must be protected. Demonstrations will be held in states nationwide, including Georgia, Missouri, Pennsylvania and Utah.

Largest March ever? You mean larger than the March for Life?

I don't believe it.

"Across the nation, Planned Parenthood is standing up for the women and families who rely on us for reproductive health care. We are sending the message to politicians and the Supreme Court that women's health matters and must be protected."

Yeah, and if it means making a baby suffer excruciating pain, so be it!

In response to the Supreme Court's ruling, Planned Parenthood has launched the Planned Parenthood Pledge — a grassroots campaign to engage activists and supporters across the country and urge them to put every elected leader in America on notice: the American people will not allow hardliners to use the Supreme Court's reckless decision to threaten women's health. The Planned Parenthood Pledge will be shared with members of Congress, governors and state legislators across the nation.

Ha! That's a losing issue. That is the stupidest grassroots movement I have ever seen. The vast majority of Americans agree with the Supreme Court. Are they dumb or something?

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