Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Life Links 3/19/14

A Lutheran charity has purchased the former Delaware abortion clinic where Kermit Gosnell worked part-time.

In Arizona, all health clinic are inspected without warning.  That is except for abortion clinics, which get 10 day warning.
Inspectors work through observations, interviews and reviews of documents, like patient files and policies. They’re checking, for instance, to see if a clinic has a disaster plan or if employee experience matches up with job duties. If it passes, the facility gets a stamp of approval for up to 24 months.

“All of the surveys are unannounced,” Belden said.

But there’s one big exception. Abortion providers get a 10-day heads up.

"Pregnancies they can carry" is the latest jargon Jessica Valenti is using to attempt to ignore the unborn child.  
Anti-choicers cannot escape the truth of their movement: despite rhetorical efforts to the contrary, the foundation of fighting against abortion accessibility is the idea that women are less important than the pregnancies they can carry.

This is why the pro-choice side is losing.  They can't accurately describe the prolife position.  Therefore, they can't make solid arguments against it.  They're stuck trying to come up with lamer and lamer ways of dehumanizing the unborn.  

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