Thursday, July 09, 2015

Life Links 7/9/15

A Florida woman who shot herself in the stomach, killing her unborn child at 36 weeks, is claiming she didn’t think the gun was loaded.  I'm interested to see how abortion advocates will react.  It's her body, her choice, right? 

Ruiz's husband walked into the bedroom on Interchange Drive and saw her pointing the gun at her abdomen, police said.

He tried to wrestle the gun out of her hands, but it went off, piercing his hand, her torso, and the stomach of the unborn child, police said.

Ruiz was rushed to Holmes Regional Medical Center, where doctors performed an emergency Caesarean section. But the baby did not survive.

The Brevard County Medical Examiner ruled the death a homicide by a gunshot wound.

In medical examiner's records, he listed as Baby Boy Ruiz, age 0.

Two Canadian hospitals performed abortions on a girl before she turned 13 and never reported sexual abuse.  The girl was repeatedly victimized by her stepfather and he was only caught when arrested assaulting other victims. 

At the time, her stepfather had sole custody of her and repeatedly sexually assaulted her.

Each time she got pregnant, she had an abortion; once at a Winnipeg hospital and once at a hospital out of province.

Court documents show the girl was instructed to tell medical staff her boyfriend was the father. 

Some abortion advocates are really excited about a bill that won’t even get a committee hearing. 

I love this passage from Planned Parenthood employee Huffington Post reporter Laura Bassett considering her previous writings on abortion coverage in Obamacare. 
But the passage of Obamacare seemed to alert Republican lawmakers to the fact that abortion was being covered in insurance plans, and more than 20 GOP-led state legislatures have since passed laws banning private insurance companies from covering abortion.

Yes, they just realized that private insurance companies coverage abortion and never knew that beforehand.  It had nothing to do with the fact that Obamacare subsidized (with taxpayer money) insurance plans that cover abortion unless states prevented that.  

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