The side of "choice" the American abortion lobby doesn't want you to see.
Friday, December 14, 2007
Searches: A real mixed bag this time
"mark and dale maltzer of california". I don't know about Dale, but Mark Maltzer is the Planned Parenthood abortionist who punctured Diana Lopez's cervix then let her bleed to death.
Rosie Jiminez is the Texas woman who saved $10 on her abortion by going to a lay midwife instead of going to Planned Parenthood for the slightly more expensive one. Whether this is because Rosie didn't know how cheap Planned Parenthood's abortions were, having had her two previous abortions paid for by the taxpayers, or because Rosie was practicing false economy is unclear from my sources. Nevertheless, the abortion lobby -- the same people who bent over backward to convince women like Rosie that if the Hyde Amendment went through they'd have no choice but a rusty coathager if they wanted an abortion -- blames her death on the funding cut.
Here's an interesting search: ""crawford long hospital" + 2nd floor haunted". Perhaps by the ghost of Allegra Roseberry, who died there after being lied by her doctors to in order to get her to consent to an abortion. I guess they didn't want the insurance liability of letting Allegra and her husband choose life for their baby, what with Allegra's cancer and all.
"malpractice lawsuits misdiagnosing ectopic pregnancy and not pregnant": Though in theory women who choose abortion should be less likely to die from an undiagnosed ectopic pregnancy, they're actually more likely to die, because of careless staff. And as for not pregnant: Synthia Dennard bled to death from a combination abortion/tubal ligation performed on her when she wasn't even pregnant in the first place. Sandra Roe left a note expressing guilt for having killed her baby, then took her own life; it turns out the abortion facilty never notified her that the pathology report indicated that she had not been pregnant after all. And the mother of 13-year-old Deloris Smith sued National Abortion Federation member Atlanta Women's Pavillion, saying that the pregnancy test they had performed on her daughter prior to the fatal abortion had come back negative and the girl hadn't actually been pregnant.