04 May 2007

Florida house steps up for life

The Florida State House has approved a measure which would require women seeking an abortion to view an ultrasound of the baby first (h/t: Paul Smith at gazizza.net)--
Tallahassee, FL (LifeNews.com) -- Under a bill the Florida state House approved on Friday morning, anyone wanting an abortion would be required to have an ultrasound and given an option of seeing it beforehand. Pro-life lawmakers hope the requirement will further reduce the number of abortions in the state.
The House approved the measure on a bipartisan 71-42 vote and added the requirement to a bill the legislature has been working on to tighten the state's parental notification law.
Ok everybody, cue the outcry from the pro-abortion crowd. You see, the pro-abortion side is vehemently against this measure, since it would show these women just what their "choice" means. How many women do you think will change their minds after they see their baby moving, breathing, the child's heartbeat. Of course, this will take money out of the abortionists' pockets. That's what the pro-abortion side is worried about. Oh, and that
it "trivializes the process" of having an abortion.
That's from Curtis Richardson, a Tallahassee Democrat. Trivializes??????? That's exactly what the pro-abortion people do by calling it "abortion" rather than "murder"!!! That's what the pro-abortion side does by calling a child a "choice", or "a mass of tissue". That's what the pro-abortion side does when they say a woman is "terminating her pregnancy", rather than calling it what it really is: murdering her child. This bill will not "trivialize the process", but rather shopw the woman just how tragic it would be for her to carry on with the procedure. And, no, it will not take away her "choice":
Backers of the ultrasound provision and waiting period say it would help women make better decisions than having an abortion. They also said it wouldn't be unconstitutional by infringing on so-called abortion rights.

''If you read this bill, it doesn't do anything to take away a woman's right to choose,'' Rep. Kevin Ambler said. "What it does is put a thoughtful, deliberative process in place.''
Then, at the end of the article, we get to the heart of the real reason the pro-abortion side doesn't want this bill to pass. They don't want any restrictions, or any standards inposed on their butcher shops abortion mills. Because if they did, they wouldn't be able to wheel as many women in and out of the grinder as quickly as they do. Don't believe me, listen for yourself:
Wendy Grassi, a spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood of Southwest & Central Florida said she opposed the ultrasounds requirement and said the legislature shouldn't tell abortion practitioners what to do.
That's it. That's the reason that the pro-abortion side is against this bill. Because they're afraid it will take money out of their already-thinning pockets. So they want to be able to carry out as many murders as possible hile they can, and make as much money as they can. Among other reasons.

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