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March 07, 2005

It's designed to kill...so what's the surprise?

From LifeNews:

Lawmakers in Congress last week reintroduced a bill that would pull the dangerous RU 486 abortion drug from the market while a Congressional agency reviews its safety.

Sen. Jim DeMint, a South Carolina Republican and Rep. Roscoe Bartlett, a Republican from Maryland, put forward the RU-486 Suspension and Review Act. The measure has been dubbed "Holly's Law" after Holly Patterson, the California teenager who died after taking the RU 486 abortion pills in September 2003.

"RU-486 is a drug that always kills unborn babies and sometimes kills and seriously injures healthy young women," Rep. Bartlett said in a statement. "Holly's Law would take the dangerous and unsafe drug RU-486 off the market."

The FDA approved RU-486 in September 2000, just before the end of the Clinton administration, using a process known as "Subpart H," which is reserved only for drugs that treat "severe or life-threatening illnesses," such as AIDS.

Those pro-death types rarely let such a trivial matter as health or even life get in the way of their pursuit to murder as many babies as they can. So what if it wasn't tested fully. So what if it's already killed several women in Europe. It kills the babies, and that's what's important to the ghouls in the pro-death crowd.

Posted by Jack Lewis at March 7, 2005 09:30 AM

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