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Abortion for Disabled Babies: Who’s to Blame?

AliveInHim Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 9:32 PM
I knew a woman who aborted TWO of her children because she was told they had severe birth defects. She now has a normal daughter. I haven't seen her in years, but I do wonder what she ever told that girl-or if she decided to keep her crime a secret. I can't imagine any sibling of an aborted baby being quite comfortable with her mother's 'choice'.
Melissa200 Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 12:47 PM
My mother had a late term abortion when I was about eleven. I remember it very well, because she was crying on the bed and her abdomen was red and swollen. She had a saline abortion and she said she saw the baby -- a little boy -- thrown in a bucket,. Saline abortion babies are called "candy apple babies" because their skin is so badly burned by the saline solution it turns bright red. This abortion was done because of financial reasons and years later (I'm in my fifties now) my father said that they should have had the baby, my brother. Too late, Dad.

No one in my very pro-abortion family talks about this and tries to shove it under the rug. But I
refuse to pretend that he never existed.

My little brother is named Simon.

Jennifer Morbelli’s baby had a name. The baby registry was complete, filled with already-purchased items like the book “I’ll Love You Forever.” The nursery was set up. Jennifer Morbelli’s baby, Madison Leigh, was a wanted child—and only seven weeks shy of birth.

Instead, mother and child both died last week from a botched late-term abortion. After learning that Madison had severe birth defects and a short life expectancy, Jennifer and her husband turned to Leroy Carhart, one of the only doctors in the country who performs third-trimester abortions. On February 7th, Jennifer was rushed to the emergency room. (When...