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Better Aborted?

tdestefano Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 10:33 PM
Hi Carol: I find your article to be offensive, classless, exploitive and negative. I have been pro-life most of my life but I cannot in good conscience force a woman to have a baby that has a severe disability. And any method used to identify disabled children is acceptable because it serves a noble purpose. I know that President Obama supports so-called Partial Birth Abortions and I fault him for that. But he is simply playing to his constituency. If you feel strongly enough about that issue, don't vote for him. But some of us think that social justice is more important than that because partial birth abortions are so rare and the care accorded living people is so poor.

In what has to be the most classless, exploitative negative ad of all time, Barack Obama is using a young woman with Down syndrome to attack Mitt Romney's inartfully phrased comments about the 47%.  Presumably, Barack Obama would never talk that way about Down syndrome children . . . he just has no problem with aborting them.

Just a few thoughts:

1.  Under ObamaCare, prenatal screening for Down syndrome and similar is deemed "preventive" care.  How does the screening "prevent" Down syndrome, you ask? Well, it doesn't.  It simply identifies the unborn children who have it, so that they...