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December 27, 2005

I thought the Liberals wanted it rare?

From the Washington Post...

The waiting room at the Planned Parenthood clinic was packed by the time the doctor arrived -- an hour late because of weather delays in Minneapolis.

It was clinic day, the one day a week when the only facility in South Dakota that provides abortions could take in patients. This time it was a Wednesday. The week before it was a Monday.

The day changes depending on the schedules of four doctors from Minnesota who fly here on a rotating basis to perform abortions, something no doctor in South Dakota will do. The last doctor in South Dakota to perform abortions stopped about eight years ago; the consensus in the medical community is that offering the procedure is not worth the stigma of being branded a baby killer....

As national leaders on both sides of the abortion debate focus on the upcoming Supreme Court nomination hearings of Samuel A. Alito Jr., they are watching states such as South Dakota pass more and more restrictions that might be upheld by a newly constituted, more conservative Supreme Court.

"Samuel Alito wrote the blueprint 20 years ago on how to dismantle and eventually overturn Roe," said Nancy Keenan, president of NARAL Pro-Choice America, referring to a memo Alito wrote in 1985 in which he mentioned passing restrictions on abortion as a way to mitigate the effects of Roe v. Wade . "If he is confirmed, Alito could cast the decisive vote that allows additional attacks on women's reproductive freedom from the states to stand."

Hm. She says that like it's a bad thing.

All this time the pro-death crowd has been regurgitating the same mantra. "We aren't pro-abortion, we're pro-choice." "We want abortion safe, rare and legal." Well now that it's becoming more rare, they're whining like babies, (or should that be screaming like babies being sucked apart by vacuum hoses?) Apparently the "rare" part was thrown in just to hide their thirst for innocent blood.

Posted by Danny Carlton at December 27, 2005 07:19 AM

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