Just a piece of tissue, eh, Planned Parenthood?

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This is a picture of what organizations like Planned Parenthood and other abortion proponents refer to as “just a piece of tissue” inside of a woman’s body.

The baby pictured was born prematurely at 25 weeks (he survived!). That is still in the second trimester for those that haven’t done the math.

How can any rational, loving person believe that this is just a “piece of tissue” inside of a woman’s body? How can an organization tell young, confused women that this is just a “piece of tissue” and that it isn’t a baby until birth? And do so all under the ruse of trying to help women, abusing the trust of their medical license, and then taking both the woman’s money and her child’s life?

How can anyone support such an organization? If you do, can you please explain why?

Why are our politicians giving our tax dollars to such an organization? Why do we continue to support such politicians?

How can any rational, loving person believe that a woman should have the right to end this baby’s life if she so “chooses”?

And how can anyone suggest that if this baby were the result of a rape that then we are justified in killing him? Is he any less of a human life because his mother was raped?

Why do we have no laws protecting this human life in the womb? Since when does somebody’s “right to privacy” trump somebody else’s right to continue living?

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Lucy April 14, 2010 at 5:51 pm

Great post! We need to see the pictures to understand what’s really at stake here.

Why do we have no laws protecting this human life in the womb?
Actually I think we do have some laws. When a person murders a pregnant women, often they are charged with a double murder. Also, pregnant moms who drink too much alcohol or take drugs can be charged with child abuse. But the doctor down the street gets paid to chop the baby up and throw them in the garbage. This is strange justice indeed.

Also, this just in yesterday:
By a vote of 44-5, the Nebraska Legislature this morning gave final passage to the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act introduced by Speaker Mike Flood. Governor Dave Heineman is expected to sign the bill in a ceremony this afternoon. The law will take effect on October 15, 2010.

“By 20 weeks after fertilization, unborn children have pain receptors throughout their body, and nerves link these to the brain,” said National Right to Life Director of State Legislation Mary Spaulding Balch, J.D. “These unborn children recoil from painful stimulation, which also dramatically increases their release of stress hormones. Doctors performing fetal surgery at and after 20 weeks now routinely use fetal anesthesia.”

For documentation, see http://www.doctorsonfetalpain.com/scientific-studies.

At least it’s a step in the right direction. :D

I recently left a comment on a squidoo lens called, When Anti-Abortion Activists Fail. http://www.squidoo.com/Pro_Brain?utm_campaign=lensmaster-discovery&utm_medium=sidebar&utm_source=musicaldreamer

This guy has a video asking sidewalk protesters if they want the women who have abortions to go to jail. No one was ready for the question. It made me think for a while myself. Pro-lifers should watch this video so they can get their “apologetic” ready.

In Christ,

Kayla April 15, 2010 at 8:58 pm

Great post. A friend of a friend’s baby was born at 26 weeks, (you can see his story here http://www.windowsphotostory.com/) and praise the Lord, he is now 2 years old and doing great!

A friend of mine recently posted a story about how in this country, it is a felony to destroy bald eagle eggs (in other words, an “unborn” eagle.) How ludicrous is it that we don’t do the same for our unborn humans? It’s disgraceful.

Catholic debating pro-life April 22, 2010 at 11:09 pm

Margaret Sanger is the third great mass-murderer of the modern era, along with Hitler and Stalin. I pray for her conversion and remember the words, “Father, forgive them, they know not what they do…”

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