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The Abortionist Saints of Sundance

dconnelly Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 4:58 PM
Any hospital would also have saved the lives of women in crisis pregnancies, and if they were in true crises, the women should have gone to a full hospital, not an abortion clinic. An emergency abortion needs to be performed via the emergency room. Otherwise, it just ain't an emergency. It's a delayed decision and in my book, counts as murder. I'm one of those folks that is pro-abortion, but not after 4 months.
Basset Hound Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 5:52 PM
He never does...and this is by far the absolute worst of his garbage...
Basset Hound Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 5:52 PM
He never does...and this is by far the absolute worst of his garbage...
Earl29 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 5:18 PM
Where did this four month deadline come from? PFA? At 18 DAYS there is a beating heart and a closed circulatory system with a blood type different from the mother's. What criteria are you using? Dividing pregnancy into trimesters was a sham by SCOTUS used to give a sham scientific cover to a decision that had nothing to do with science.
MadMaya Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 5:08 PM
Great points, dconnelly, and I agree, after 4 months there's rarely (if ever) good reason to get rid of a baby. Even then, it should be a careful decision.

As for Robert above: If you're going to spew this garbage, please provide names, dates, and links to stories that explain the crisis faced by these women who opted for a late-term abortion. And explain why a perfectly viable baby would not have survived.

You know, I NEVER hear a pro-abortionist utter one word of compassion for the life he or she so coldly advocates snuffing out. Where is the weeping heart for the innocent who has no voice?
annfan_777 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 5:05 PM
Abortion is never necessary to save a woman's life. You save them both in any sort of troubled pregnancy.
Robert Redford's Sundance Film Festival featured a documentary celebrating four "amazing" abortionists who evacuate wombs in the third trimester of pregnancy. The critics in attendance loved it. The Philadelphia Inquirer boasted it drew "two standing ovations -- one for the doctors."

Sundance attendees in Utah were greeted by police and armed sheriffs in green jumpsuits that made a show of force outside the theater. They had to have their bags searched and were inspected with handheld metal detectors. After the movie was shown, two police officers stood at the front of the auditorium as the directors and the four abortionists featured...