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South Dakota lawmakers: abortion can lead to suicide

Maxine G Wrote: Jul 27, 2012 9:56 AM
Did not the Nazis and their supporters, also convince themselves Jews were “untermentchen” (i.e., ‘subhuman parasites’) that had to be destroyed? Were the Nazis not also insisting that no one else has the right to judge them or to tell them how to ‘cleanse’ their land from whatever ‘diseases’ are infesting it? And true to form, today we have today’s “Dr. Zinj” [yesterday’s “Dr. Mengele”] also deviously and falsely insisting in like manner, that a: “fetus is not a whole, separate, unique, living human being. They are an incomplete, internal biological organism, fundamentally the same as any other fetus, without human decision-making or communication capability, with less ablitity to live than a cancer or bacterial infection".
South Dakota is doing everything it can to let downtrodden pregnant women know there are better, healthier options than abortion.

In March 2011, South Dakota’s Gov. Dennis Daugaard signed the Abortion Informed Consent Statute into law. Although the constitutionality of the law was immediately challenged, and Planned Parenthood recoiled at the thought of mothers being informed of all the dangers abortion poses for them (in addition to the child), the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that all major provisions of the law can stand.

Generally speaking, this means that women seeking an abortion in South...