Prolifers, that's who. Like the ones who adopted this aborted baby:
Melissa Oden later gave birth in the same hospital where her biomom tried to kill her.
During the heyday of saline abortion, the Centers for Disease Control got reports of 500 live births following abortions annually. Willard Cates of the CDC admitted that the actual number of cases must be significantly higher, because of disincentives for reporting such births. "It's like turning yourself in to the IRS for an audit," Cates said.
Aside from the normal issues -- Is Melissa a person? After all, you don't abort persons, you abort tissue. Was the nurse wrong to save Melissa, rather than implement the biomom's decision? After all, she had chosen, and paid for, a dead fetus, not a live baby. -- there are the freaky questions about what this was like for her biomom. Imagine choosing abortion and adoption for the same baby. And how about biodad, who got a letter from his aborted child a few months before his death. He kept the letter. His family found it. Imagine their shock.
Melissa's biomom's decision to kill her is still having an impact on the lives of many families.
This sort of thing happens sometimes, Obama's blithe scoffing to the contrary. What should we, as a society, do about it?