Wednesday, March 04, 2009

FOCA Part 2

The Freedom of Choice would make things like this legal.

A summary for those that don't like to read or click links. A baby that was born alive after an attempt to abort was killed and then thrown away.

After the baby was born, it was placed in a BIO HAZARD bag and thrown away! In the trash!
To hide the baby from the authorities, the person responsible went out to the trash and instead put the body on the roof of the clinic.

Anyway the point of the article is that the person that did this was charged with the unlicensed practice of a health care profession resulting in bodily injury, 2nd degree felony, tampering with evidence and 3rd degree felony.

My point is, that if the Freedom of Choice Act were to become a law, this sort of thing would be okay. 

Can you really live with that on your conscience?


  1. It really sounds to me like this bill needs to be thrown out. I hope that it doesn't pass.

  2. "You sexist racist redneck knuckledragging women haters, always enforcing your religion on others"...(end of scene).

    Just giving you guys some practice.

    Making sure you know how to handle it later when somebody calls you that for daring to take ANY stand against the sacred right to abortion.

    My wife had a bunch of half drunk chicks attack her at a party recently for daring to say something against the sacred right of babykilling... she handled it great and took them down, but she's prepared and can do it with half her brain tied behind her back.

  3. See…this is why I hate this issue so much. We can all agree that abortions are bad and I think that anyone with half a brain can agree that third trimester abortions should be illegal (except in extreme cases, but even in those cases I think they should try to do a C-section instead). So that leaves the rest of the debate as to who should decide during the first and second trimester, the woman or the government. I’d rather let the woman make the decision and live with the consequences instead of letting the government make the decision.

    The biggest problem with this issue is that people on both sides are so incredibly passionate about it that they often become irrational about it. They argue and fight over the issue instead of working together to promote education and preventing unwanted pregnancies. So much more good would come from that type of attack on the issue than the mess that we have now. Look at how Rudy’s policies in NYC decreased abortions during his tenure. If we followed that example, we could dramatically reduce the number of abortions in this country, while still leaving the final decision in the hands on the woman.

    Abortions make me sick, but the libertarian (and classic liberal) in me just believes that the choice should remain with the woman.

  4. Bring em on Red!

  5. I know what you mean Dave. That little spark of libertarian in me believes the government has no right to tell a woman what she can or can't do with her body.
    But the fact that my heart aches for those little babies overrides the libertarian in me.

  6. Look guys... it's not the government telling a woman what she can and cannot do with her body... but rightfully so, the government tells us all the time what we can and cannot do with someone else's body which in this case would be an unborn baby's body... not the woman's.

    If we grant personhood to that unborn baby then it's not about the woman's body. She has control over her birth control and has control over when and if she gets pregnant without any government interference whatsoever... that is when her "choice" is made.

    After conception we are talking about someone else's rights, not hers.

  7. looks like kittystomper has an issue though...

  8. Yeah I read it.

    Typical pro-choice propaganda. I really don't think that making abortion illegal is going to kill more woman.

    And there is not other way to say this without sounding like a jackass but I can't think of another way to say it. Why is it that one person's life (a woman) is so much more important than anothers (the baby she is killing)?

    Is she more important because she is able to walk, talk, and breathe on her own?