Monday, April 29, 2013

Late-term abortionist doesn't trust women

Is NARAL going to target late-term abortionist Cesare Santangelo because he doesn't trust women to make certain decisions about their health care?
Santangelo, 56, said he's been a practicing obstetrician-gynecologist in the District since 1987. He said he keeps a low profile, partly because he worries that the controversial nature of abortions could make him a target for violence, but also because he prefers to stay out of the politics. He said he sometimes refuses late-term abortions if he feels women have been coerced or are in extramarital affairs, are seeking to terminate because of the sex of the child, or seem unsure whether they want the procedure.
So Santangelo doesn't trust women to make decisions if they are in affairs or want a sex-selection abortion.  Where's the pro-choice outcry? 

1 comment:

  1. Not giving an abortion to a woman who's being coerced is actually honoring her choice; ditto for not aborting a woman who is unsure about getting the abortion. Refusing to give a sex selection abortion is refusal to participate in the most vicious and deadly anti-female discrimination.
    There's honor among thieves, and it seems this abortionist has more concern for a woman's right to choose than many others, including Planned Parenthood, certainly more than Kermit Gosnell. While I don't approve of the profession of baby killing, this is a type of honor in a profession that usually knows no honor, a type of honor among thieves.