Saturday, March 13, 2010

Well, DUH!

Dumb quote of the day.

A Planned Parenthood spokescritter objects to a display of white crosses on a hillside, each representing an abortion performed that year in the area. He objects because the "mock cemetery" -- get this -- "likens abortion to killing".

What Does Planned Parenthood Expect When That IS Exactly What Abortion Is?

Isn't that sort of like saying that something "likens pizza to food" or "likens tulips to flowers" or "likens syphilis to disease"? Nobody is LIKENING abortion to killing, dipstick. We're simply pointing out what it is. If a patient comes in for an abortion, and you perform a procedure on her that doesn't kill a human being, you're guilty either of fraud or of medical malpractice. Because killing is, by definition, what abortion is.

If there's not a living embryo or fetus there to be killed, you're not performing an abortion; you're performing a mock abortion procedure on a woman who isn't pregnant. That's fraud, malpractice, and likely also assault.

If there is a living embryo or fetus and you fail to kill it, expect to be sued for malpractice.

If there is no killing, there was no abortion. Or at least not a successful one that accomplished its mission.

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