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Abortionist CEO Tells CNN: My Main Goal Is To Provide "Oasis" For Women

Navy-baby Wrote: Jan 26, 2013 5:46 PM
In-vitro procedures take place at the microscopic, 8-celled stage of development. What do you think the doctor implants--a human life, or an inanimate object? Women who became pregnant this way would proudly show you their "products of conception." There are also donated frozen, microscopic embryos available for adoption--and many lucky children carried to term and born from them, are living healthy lives today. Now, that's the miracle of life in all its glory! BTW, an infant, toddler, pre-schooler or adolescent is NOT an what's your point?

Here's the Cambridge dictionary definition for "oasis": a calm, pleasant place in the middle of somewhere busy and unpleasant.

I believe President Obama would approve of the word "oasis" to describe the proper environment for a woman wanting to end the life of her baby; after all, who would want to be punished with such a thing?

CNN acknowledged the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision by featuring Amy Hagstrom [where's my hyphen?] Miller, CEO of Whole Woman's Health, a company operating six abortion clinics in Texas--a very pro-life...