Well, it's a philosophical question. But to us, ethically, having an early abortion and taking birth control pills are the same procedure, because certain types of birth control prevent the development of a fertilized egg and leads to miscarriage.
I.E. The pill kills. Thanks for confirming that.
On adoption he writes:
Well, adoption is very simple, if they are interested we discuss it. It's sort of a misconception in some circles that ladies who choose pregnancy termination would be interested in adoption, that's one thing people don't understand.
Abortion is birth control. Adoption is giving up your child and not accepting your duties as a mother. Most women are not interested in that. It's only in a religiously-altered mind that that's a true option.
He has a point.
Look, the idea behind abortion is to get RID of the pregnancy. If you're going to have a child only to give him away, you're giving away THE PRIZE.
On late-term abortion:
Well, as long as you have an early abortion, that's birth control. If you have a late-term abortion, that's euthanasia. I mean c'mon, let's face it. You do an abortion at 30 weeks, you know, you could do a C-section and you have a little baby in your hands. That's euthanasia.
But euthanasia is something that's coming, you know. I mean c'mon. It already exists in Holland, Belgium and Switzerland."
It's coming, I mean, you can't avoid it. You can cry against it, but it's a necessity. The only way you can control suffering and dying a most miserable death is by properly developed, medically-supervised euthanasia.
Sure, doc. It's such a necessity that doctors have practically banned it for hundreds of years.
Doesn't he sound like an abortionist?