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Is Abortion Murder?

Apache 2013/02/10 18:30:10
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Woman Dies following Late-Term Abortion at Carhart Clinic

This morning Operation Rescue and the Maryland Coalition for Life announced that yesterday a woman died from complications after undergoing a late-term, 33-week abortion at the hands of the infamous abortionist, LeRoy Carhart, in Germantown, Maryland.

From Operation Rescue's press release:

The woman, who came for a third trimester abortion from out-of-state, arrived at GRHC on Sunday and was seen by pro-life activists every day through Wednesday. Witnesses said she appeared “pale and weak.”

Early Thursday morning, the woman began suffering chest pain and other discomforts. Her attempts to reach Carhart were unsuccessful. The woman was taken by her family from her hotel to a nearby hospital emergency room at approximately 5:00 a.m. Efforts by hospital staff to contact Carhart or get informational assistance from the abortion clinic were unsuccessful.
The patient suffered massive internal bleeding into her abdominal cavity. She slipped into a Code Blue condition approximately six times before finally succumbing to her injuries at around 9:30 a.m. The case has been placed with the Medical Examiner for further investigation.

http://www.sba-list.org/suzy-b-blog/woman-dies-following-late...


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  • natesface94 2013/04/19 23:37:29
    Yes
    natesface94
    there is no difference between abortion and murder.

    [...]
  • Dave The Canuck 2013/03/09 07:03:04
    Yes
    Dave The Canuck
    The only exception being if the mother and baby would both die otherwise. Maybe if only the mother would die.
  • l 2013/02/19 23:43:31
    Yes
    l
    +1
    Of course it is!
  • GaolBlaze 2013/02/19 22:46:48
    Undecided
    GaolBlaze
    Legally, I say it's not. It is an unborn child, and like all contraception, it's just stopping it before it becomes a baby. Morally, I do think it's the termination of a life :/
  • elijahin24 2013/02/14 02:48:19
    No
    elijahin24
    +2
    At least not necessarily. I think it's tragic. I don't know if a fetus is a life, and neither does anyone else (no matter what they say); but it certainly is a potential life, and the loss of that, is tragic. However, there are times when it is necessary. Cases like rape, incest, child molestation, and when the life of the mother is at risk. In order to make it a legitimate option for THESE women, it must be available to all. Whether or not it is murder in each individual case, is between the woman who makes that decision, and her god or conscience. I am not qualified to judge them, and neither is anyone else.
  • Jan 2013/02/13 22:14:48
    Yes
    Jan
    +2
    It is the act of deliberately killing a defenceless, unborn child. what else can it be called other than legalized murder.
  • Donald Eric Kesler 2013/02/13 21:28:14
    No
    Donald Eric Kesler
    It is not murder.
  • hazel 2013/02/13 19:54:12
    Yes
    hazel
    +3
    WHEN A TINY HUMAN IS STOPPED FROM LIVING,AT THE BEGINNING OR ANY TIME AFTER THAT IS CALLED MURDER,. MOST LIBBYS SAY THE TINY HUMAN HASENT DEVELOPED YET ...THE HUMAN DEVELOPS TIL AROUND AGE 21.......EMBRYO IS A LIVING DEVELOPING HUMAN PERIOD
  • Bronar 2013/02/13 02:22:08
    Undecided
    Bronar
    +1
    Late term quite possibly, early term I don't believe so.
  • AM Bronar 2013/02/13 02:37:58
  • Bronar AM 2013/02/13 02:53:21
    Bronar
    +1
    I will not argue this point with those that disagree. Just my opinion dear.
  • AM Bronar 2013/02/13 02:59:48
  • GaolBlaze AM 2013/02/19 22:48:41
    GaolBlaze
    That is being incredibly personal. Try to keep your arguments tasteful, please.
  • AM GaolBlaze 2013/02/20 00:46:40
  • GaolBlaze AM 2013/02/21 20:41:05
    GaolBlaze
    +1
    Fine, then talk to him in person about it. It's not nice/polite to personally attack someone on a website designed for everyone to share their opinions - openly and without the worry of people mistreating them for those opinions. Whatever disrespect you may have for other people, please don't make it so obvious here - it may be free, but manners are expected everywhere.
  • AM GaolBlaze 2013/02/22 13:26:29
  • hazel Bronar 2013/02/13 19:55:00
  • Bronar hazel 2013/02/13 19:58:30
    Bronar
    +1
    Why won't I debate? It's a gray area neither of us will ever decide to agree on. It's legal. I don't consider it murder.
  • Nathan Bronar 2013/02/14 01:49:46
    Nathan
    +1
    Slavery was once legal too. Thankfully not anymore. I bet in 50 years people will be saying the same about abortion.
  • Bronar Nathan 2013/02/14 03:57:08
    Bronar
    +1
    I'm willing to take that bet. Roe v Wade will never be overturned.
  • Nathan Bronar 2013/02/16 01:14:12
    Nathan
    +1
    I'm sure that back in the day, slave owners said that too :)
  • Apache Bronar 2013/02/28 16:20:06
  • JohnRebel 2013/02/12 17:32:00
    Yes
    JohnRebel
    +5
    In every successful abortion, a human being dies. Normally it isn't the one who made the choice.
  • Maynard 2013/02/12 13:19:24
    Undecided
    Maynard
    +2
    Partial Birth Abortion is

    RADICAL.

    Don't call those against it radical.



    That is MY OPINION, mind if I OWN IT?

    Is that OK with the left?


    Run along now.
  • Colin 2013/02/12 09:28:46
    Yes
    Colin
    +2
    Yes - in some countries its 'legalised'...
  • Peace 2013/02/12 07:34:33
    Undecided
    Peace
    In my opinion it is fine if done in 1st month aftr concieving... IF... Mother's health in danger, if u wre already asked to take some time to get pregnant (by the doc), if U hav a tooo small baby already...
  • aherbert 2013/02/12 06:49:17
    No
    aherbert
  • JohnRebel aherbert 2013/02/12 17:33:04
    JohnRebel
    +5
    The person making the choice isn't the one killed
  • aherbert JohnRebel 2013/02/12 17:56:29
    aherbert
    +1
    A woman is making a personal choice in regards to her body. The key word is personal and no one have the right to judge.
  • hazel aherbert 2013/02/13 19:56:43
    hazel
    +1
    I PERSONALLY DONT LIKE SOME ONE DO I HAVE THE RIGHT TO KILL THEM??
  • elijahin24 hazel 2013/02/14 02:52:09
    elijahin24
    +1
    You do in defense of your own life. If there is a complication, which endangers the life of the mother; and she chooses to abort, is that not self-defense?
  • aherbert hazel 2013/02/14 03:17:56
    aherbert
    +1
    try again hazzy ... I really think you .... miss the point
  • Apache hazel 2013/02/28 16:21:11
  • hazel Apache 2013/02/28 16:23:49
    hazel
    THANKS APACHE
  • Jeff aherbert 2013/02/13 13:53:16
    Jeff
    She looks like a sneaky ogre.
  • aherbert Jeff 2013/02/14 03:18:32
    aherbert
    What does her looks have to do with anything?
  • Nicholas DeShane 2013/02/12 06:19:33
    Undecided
    Nicholas DeShane
    I am already born, so I do not care. Pragmatism, ya!
  • Colin Nichola... 2013/02/12 09:29:50
    Colin
    NOW that is a good point!
  • Nathan Nichola... 2013/02/14 01:52:51
    Nathan
    +1
    That's the same as saying: "I am not dead, so I do not care about the children that were killed in Newtown, Connecticut."
  • Nichola... Nathan 2013/02/14 09:20:22 (edited)
    Nicholas DeShane
    +3
    There is a major fallacy with your metaphor. Abortion is the termination of an unborn fetus, I am no longer a fetus and have been born more then 30 years now so I cannot be aborted. Murder can happen to anyone, those children were fully formed, born humans capable of life outside of the womb, as am I, they could be murdered as can I; further more, death happens to all eventually as such I cannot believe any reasonably intelligent person could take from my post an indifference to death when I most clearly am referring specifically to abortion, which at this point in my existence cannot harm me, therefore as asserted earlier it is a waste of my energy and time to bother forming an opinion on the subject especially since if abortion is illegal no body has a say, so I do not have a say, if it is legal as a male I do not have the right to force a woman to either get an abortion or not, so I have no say. So I cannot have a say, and cannot be aborted, there is no point to having an oppinion, it is that simple and pragmatic.
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