Tuesday, November 01, 2005

More PBS nonsense

The Last Abortion Clinic
Tuesday, Nov. 08, 2005 at 9pm

FRONTLINE investigates the steady decline in the number of physicians and clinics performing abortions and focuses on local political battles in states like Mississippi, where only a single clinic performs the controversial procedure.

Feminists everywhere will be scared after watching this show! How will they avoid responsibility for their irresponsible choices with no abortion clinics?

Not only do we pay for abortions with our tax dollars (possible bumper sticker slogan: How come there is always money for abortions but not education) but now we have to pay for shows on PBS about how scary the world would be without abortions.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wait till DHS and OHP folks realize they are losing thousands of prospective clients every year to the abortion shops. The Empire Builder standing atop the Capitol Building would shed his gold coat if he were to find out.

Daniel said...

And don't forget the potential democrat voters! I have actually read columns on how abortion is changing political demographics this way.

Of course, I certainly feel no gain from the killing of babies.

Anonymous said...

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20051103/ap_on_go_su_co/alito_gang_of14

Nelson said Alito had assured him "that he wants to go to the bench without a political agenda, that he is not bringing a hammer and chisel to hammer away and chisel away on existing law."

Durbin said the judge never refused to answer any of his questions — as Miers and John Roberts had during their private interviews — and that Alito told him he saw a right to privacy in the Constitution, one of the building blocks of the court's landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade abortion rights decision.

Alito said that when it came to his dissent on Planned Parenthood v. Casey, a case in which the 3rd Circuit struck down a Pennsylvania law that included a provision requiring women seeking abortions to notify their spouses, that "he spent more time worrying over it and working on that dissent than any he had written as a judge," Durbin recounted.

Jon said...

I can kinda see the problem with "spousal notification", but only on a privacy from the government level.
The ONLY reason I can see for a woman not to tell her husband about an abortion is because it isnt HIS kid...so it seems there's a few more issues they need to address besides the pregnancy.