Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Life Links 2/28/06

James Teela: Stop racial profiling of abortion clinics.
When African Americans are concerned, the abortion industry obviously puts aside it's "safe and rare" mantra and instead replaces it with one that appears to embrace "numerous and near."

Bradley Hughes Jr.: Real-World Successes of Adult Stem Cell Treatments

Justin Taylor: Mother Sues Over Unsuccessful Abortion

Here's the story from the BBC. Ms. Dow's (the mother suing over the "wrongful" birth of her daughter) lawsuit states, "As a result of the failed termination the pursuer suffered loss, injury and damage."

Suffered loss? Nope. As a result of the failed termination, you experienced gain. You did not suffer loss. You've gained the opportunity to be involved in the life of a beautiful little girl.


  1. What a great roundup! I blogged on the racial profiling.

    As for the "wrongful life," what a crock! She ought to be suing for the death of the other twin, on the grounds that the abortionist failed to determine that the abortion was necessary for her well-being. Since she's successfully parenting, clearly she didn't need an abortion. She has grounds for assault there, and ought to have grounds for wrongful death.

  2. Yeah, "wrongful" birth lawsuits really show the logical conclusion of pro-choice thinking. Namely that if mothers want they have the right not only to abortion but the right to have a successful abortion and if an abortion fails then the abortion provider has failed to execute their responsibility.