Saturday, June 27, 2009

Late Term Abortions: Never Necessary

Those are the facts. Those who work in the abortion industry will never admit them. (They wouldn't want to ruin their business, would they?) But those who quit may tell the truth after all:
Referring to a statement by Ron Fitzsimmons, executive director of the National Coalition of Abortion Providers, who admitted in 1997 that the vast majority of partial-birth abortions were performed on healthy mothers and babies, Dr. Davenport explains that "contrary to the assertion of abortion rights supporters that late- term abortion is performed for serious reasons, surveys of late abortion patients confirm that the vast majority occur because of delay in diagnosis of pregnancy. They are done for similar reasons as early abortions: relationship problems, young or old maternal age, education or financial concerns."
Considering the claim that serious maternal health problems require abortions, Dr. Davenport states that "intentional abortion for maternal health, particularly after viability, is one of the great deceptions used to justify all abortion."

"The very fact that the baby of an ill mother is viable raises the question of why, indeed, it is necessary to perform an abortion to end the pregnancy. With any serious maternal health problem, termination of pregnancy can be accomplished by inducing labor or performing a cesarean section, saving both mother and baby."
Not to mention that those so called "procedures" are performed without proper informed consent. (Just compare that to any other type of surgery.) And, if late-term abortions were just ordinary medical services - why would hospitals report some of them as stillbirths?

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