Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Thank an Abortionist Day

It's March 10. Another "National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers". A day that is marked each year more and more by the sounds of crickets chirping.

Aw, come on, people! Let's not let abortionists be forgotten on their special day!

This year we have Philadelphia's own Kermit Gosnell to add to the growing list of abortionists to thank for their dubious contributions to society. Gosnell did the fatal abortions on Semika Shirelle Shaw and Karnamaya Mongar, and had been involved in the 1972 Mother's Day "Super Coil" fiasco.

This year I'll just bring up a retrospective of previous Abortionist's Day posts:

  • Abortionist Appreciation Day and Why I Don't Appreciate Them Very Much is a rouges' gallery of seedy quacks.

  • Reminder: Outreach to abortionists day ponders possible outreach to abortion workers. Perhaps more of them will convert, like Planed Parenthood administrator and counselor Abby Johnson describes her moment of truth:



  • What if they had a "National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers" and no one came? looks at how the initial enthusiasm for Thank Your Local Abortionist has petered out rather than caught on.
  • 4 comments:

    Katie said...

    The pro-abortion movement is dying a painful death. Advances in technology and medicine have all but wiped out the "worthless clump of cells" argument they worked so hard to brainwash us into believing. When people can watch ultrasound footage of babies at the end of the first trimester kicking, moving, sucking their thumbs, etc, they're pretty reluctant to support the "right" to have those babies torn apart in the womb.

    It's affected the "my body my choice" argument, too, because, quite obviously, there's another person's body involved.

    And, thanks to the pro-abortionists' push for government run health care, the privacy aspect that was the foundation of Roe V Wade is being eradicated, too. You can't on one hand say that "medical decisions" are so intimate and private that the government has no right to interfere, while simultaneously giving the government absolute control over your health care.

    The only thing pro-abortionists can feasibly cling to is rape/incest and fetal conditions incompatible with life (since we already know that "life of the mother" is a bunch of bullshit). And since those make up a staggeringly small segment of abortions, getting people fired up over it is pretty difficult.

    The pro-life movement is young, vibrant, and passionate. The pro-abortion movement is old, bitter, and floundering.

    Diana J. said...

    Hi! Just wanted to say thanks for your blog!! :)

    Diana J. said...

    Hi! Just wanted to say thanks for your blog!! :)

    Diana J. said...

    Hi! Just wanted to say thanks for your blog!! :)