Thursday, April 05, 2012

Planned Parenthood rep: ‘I am sick about’ new pro-life Mississippi law

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI, April 5, 2012, ( – A bill requiring higher standards for those who perform abortions passed the Mississippi state senate on Thursday, leading its defenders and opponents to contemplate a future where the state is free from abortion.

The state’s governor and lieutenant governor have already pledged their support for the bill, which requires every abortionist in the state to be board certified as an OB-GYN and to have admitting privileges at a local hospital. This agreement allows them to refer women to a local hospital following botched abortions or other complications.


There will be illegal abortions. Either a medical professional or a feminist will defy the law, or they will import illegal shipment of abortion drugs.

Then they will kill an abortion patient.

And they will blame us for their substandard abortions.

We must envision how we will deal with this, because I can see a pattern happening. And we must have a strategy in place, because this will be the springboard with which the proaborts fight back.

Unfortunately, there are still lots of people who still do not understand that they are responsible for the foreseeable consequences no matter what the law says.