Saturday, September 25, 2010

Dr. William Harrison, Defender of Abortion Rights, Dies at 75


Dr. Harrison readily admitted that he destroyed life, but denied that he killed babies. His view was that an embryo was far from being a human being with a brain.

The higher moral value to Dr. Harrison was salvaging the future of an often disadvantaged girl or woman.

And if human life has to be taken, so what?

But he drew a line at performing abortions in the third trimester of pregnancy, partly, he said, because they made him uncomfortable and partly because he felt he lacked the expertise.

Now what in the world would make him uncomfortable? Didn't he believe in choice?

Pray for his soul.