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Abortion for Disabled Babies: Who’s to Blame?

njjay38 Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 2:13 PM
It's clear as day what the next steps are in this progression are: encouraged, then mandated, post-partum abortions for the disabled.
Basset Hound Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 5:21 PM
Check THIS out...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1317400/Virginia-Ironside-sparks-BBC-outrage-Id-suffocate-child-end-suffering.html

Thank God there's still enough of a moral compass in Britain that this woman created a controversy, especially among disability rights groups.
Anominus Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 3:00 PM
That was a major part of why Margaret Sanger created Planned "Parenthood" in the first place - she admired Hitler's eugenics program and desired to cleanse the world of "human weeds" (particularly blacks, natives and hispanics) along with the disabled, as a means of strengthening the human race by eliminating all those she viewed as a drain on society. There can be little doubt that this murderous goal still exists today amongst the modern ideological descendents of Hitler and Sanger: pro-abortion leftists.
DCM in FL Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 3:12 PM
It's been said that the only reason modern Libs would denounce Hitler is that he lost, not because of his policies.

That keeps looking more and more to be the case.

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...