Friday, July 27, 2012

Oh, so thats why they did it.

This last year there was a big stink made when pro life legislators said abortion doctors had to have admission capabilities at a local hospital.

"Oh, its not needed" said the media.  "Its just a way to try and shut down abortion clinics".

Well the family of the woman who died this last week after a botched abortion at Planned Parenthood in Chicago after the victim sat hemorrhaging for hours because the clinic didn't want to go through the admission process is probably singing a different tune about now.

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  1. Psst....apostrophe s (that's).

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  2. I have no idea who, among our legislators, came up with the idea of requiring that abortion clinic doctors have admitting provileges to a local hospital, but it was a very wise and powerful strategy for protecting women, like this poor woman, who actually died, as the result of an abortion.

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  3. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22270271

    RESULTS - The pregnancy-associated mortality rate among women who delivered live neonates was 8.8 deaths per 100,000 live births. The mortality rate related to induced abortion was 0.6 deaths per 100,000 abortions. In the one recent comparative study of pregnancy morbidity in the United States, pregnancy-related complications were more common with childbirth than with abortion.


    CONCLUSION - Legal induced abortion is markedly safer than childbirth. The risk of death associated with childbirth is approximately 14 times higher than that with abortion. Similarly, the overall morbidity associated with childbirth exceeds that with abortion.

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    1. Sorry, you are way off. Almost 50% of the people who go into abortion clinics die there.

      Think about it.

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    2. So true, Senator Campfield!

      I have gone to events where women got up in front of a group of people and shared the pain they have endured in the years since they had an abortion. Some of them just stand there and try to talk, all the while crying their eyes out, even sobbing. It's hard to listen to what they say.

      They talk about the guilt, how they are not able to forgive themselves, the nightmares, their many bouts with depression. They wonder what their child would have looked like or what it would have been like when it had grown up. They see how beautiful their other children are, and it hits home, what a mistake they have made.

      They get up in front of a room full of people, pastors, pro-life workers, men and women, and face the difficulty of telling people how horrible this has been for them, in order to help other women not to make the same mistake.

      They also long for forgiveness from others, since they have trouble forgiving themselves. Sometimes the husband is there with them, and he is affirming how much she has suffered, how much both of them have suffered, as a result of their bad decision. It would just about break your heart to hear it.

      Maybe not a large percentage of women die from having an abortion, but countless women live lives of guilt and regret over having had an abortion, for the rest of their lives.

      Isn't that in the Bible somewhere, "Thou shalt not kill?"

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