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March 11, 2005

Juggling the Constitution for profit

When Kansas Attorney General Phil Kline demanded that abortion clinics turn over the complete medical records of nearly 90 women and girls for his investigation of underage sex and illegal late-term abortions, pro-death advocates, and the MSM leaped into a screaming fury, claiming he was violating the privacy of the 11 to 14 year-old girls and had no right to such personal information, even though under state law if a girl that age is pregnant -- it is statutory rape.

Getting nowhere with that argument, the pro-death ghouls have succeeded in convincing the Kansas Supreme Court to lift a gag order on a the specific cases, and permit the abortion businesses to contact parents of children whose records are being sought, which could tip off an offender in the statutory rape cases.

So what happened to concerns over “privacy”? Why is it okay to hide the fact that the girls had an abortion from their parents before, but now it's okay?

It’s not about choice -- it’s about making money killing babies.

Posted by Danny Carlton at March 11, 2005 01:48 PM

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