Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Life Links 11/24/10

Pete Arnold, the man behind admits to CNN that they never intended to have an abortion. He still claims his wife is pro-choice.
"My intent is not to deceive people, but at the same point, I do want people to talk about this. This seemed like a pretty good way to further the discussion, because people don't ever seem to want to talk about it for real if there's no name on it, no Baby Wiggles," he said.

Surprise, surprise. Planned Parenthood and two abortionists are challenging Alaska recently passed parental notification law.

Authorities in Thailand have seized approximately 100,000 pills used for inducing abortions.

I always find it so curious when pro-choicers think photos of aborted children are fake. For example, Brit Schulte writes about Justice For All display at North Texas in the Socialist Worker:
On the other side, the anti-choice demonstrators held their fabricated images of supposedly aborted fetuses.
What does Schulte imagine that aborted children look like?

Steve Wagner also posted a video of Justice For All's display at North Texas.

RH Reality Check's Robin Marty writes one of the most unintentionally hilarious sentences ever.
The effectiveness of embryonic stem cells over adult stem cells is a scientific fact that everyone except the most extreme of the anti-choice movement has recognized.
Yes, embryonic stem cells, which have yet to successfully treat a single human being of a single disease and have only been recently approved for two early stage clinical trialsm are more effective than adult stem cells, which have been successfully treating people with a myriad of diseases for years. That's just delusional. Marty's not claiming embryonic stem cells have "more promise" or "greater potential." She thinks they're more effective now.

Where does RH Reality Check find these people?

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