From an AP report from an botched abortion Eileen O’Neill performed at the Delta Clinic of Baton Rouge in Louisiana.
When the clinic underwent scrutiny for unsanitary conditions, O’Neill relinquished her Louisiana medical license, saying that she had “post-traumatic stress syndrome”. In 2002, she went to work for Gosnell at his clinic in Philadelphia, performing abortions without a valid medical license.
Lisa Dungee was a patient at of O’Neill’s at Gosnell’s clinic in 2009. Dungee testified that she thought O’Neill was a licensed physician because she wore a white coat and had certificates on the wall of her office. No one ever told her that O’Neill held no valid medical license.
She was one of eight others to be arrested with Gosnell and was found guilty of conspiracy, participation in a corrupt organization, and two counts of theft by deception.
Another example of the abortion industry’s standard “cream of the crop” and “caring” doctors.
The only people who “need” abortion are the abortionists. To say that we should help them reduce the “need” for abortion, is the same as some pimp asking the vice squad to help him reduce the “need” for prostitution. When the abortion industry abandons their advocacy of abortion, we can talk. Until then, we have nothing in common with anyone who advocates the torture and slaughter of helpless babies. Nor are we looking for any. Our job is to stop these people, not join hands with them.
Pro-Choice Statement: No woman ever wanted an abortion. They only do it when they have good reasons.
Answer: If it’s true that no woman ever wanted an abortion, why is abortion the pro-choice mob’s inevitable solution for women with unplanned pregnancies? It’s like saying no woman wants to commit suicide so we’ll help her out by selling her a pistol. The question is, if the abortion lobby cares so much about women, why aren’t they helping them not do what everyone agrees they don’t want to do? Is it because they’re in the pistol business?
As for reasons women have abortions, that’s irrelevant. If the unborn are not living human beings, no justification for abortion is necessary. If they are living human beings, no justification for abortion is possible.
Pro-Choice Statement: Abortion should be safe, legal, and rare.
Answer: This is the rhetoric of a coward who knows that abortion is murder but lacks the character and courage to stand up against it. Hardcore pro-choice politicians often resort to this nonsense in an effort to not appear so extreme in front of an American public they know is queasy about abortion.
The fact is, if abortion is the intentional killing of a child there is no defense for it being legal, and if it is not the intentional killing of a child there is no need for it to be rare. Besides, if legalized abortion is such an empowering thing for women, why would we want it to be rare? If abortion is not the intentional killing of a child, why should its use-even in extremely high numbers- be a problem? And if it really is a constitutional right, America should be celebration it not trying to make it rare. No one says free speech or freedom of religion should be rare. So why apply this irrational standard to abortion?
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