The Kermit Gosnell Case: Abortion Gone Mad, Totally Unacceptable!

The Kermit Gosnell case, of a doctor on trial in Philadelphia, for the murder of seven children born alive in the third trimester, along with the death of a pregnant woman, is horrific and does the abortion cause no good!

The thought of a live child screaming in pain and having it slaughtered as if it was not a life that deserved to live is an image that is hard to absorb and to see as justified, no matter what the intention of the mother involved!

Abortion rights are granted under Roe V. Wade forty years ago, but it should not be allowed to include such butchery of a fetus which can survive outside the womb if it is given appropriate medical care!

The move in North Dakota to forbid abortions after six weeks, and in Arkansas after twelve weeks, is one extreme, while the Gosnell case is the other extreme, and neither extreme is acceptable by any means or rationale!

As Bill Clinton has said, abortion should be safe, legal, and rare–with emphasis on all three factors—and even if the life of the mother is at stake, every attempt should be made to save the life of the child once it has reached what is seen as viability!

To deny the dignity of a viable fetus is reprehensible, and we must move away from extremism of the anti abortion advocates, as well as the extremism of the pro abortion advocates toward common sanity!

5 comments on “The Kermit Gosnell Case: Abortion Gone Mad, Totally Unacceptable!

  1. Juan Domingo Peron April 15, 2013 8:22 pm

    Back in Archie Bunker’s halcyon days, girls were considered children and were treated as such; that is, until they grew up to be women who would assume the honored and vital roles of wives and mothers if they so chose. Now, little girls — once the very epitome of innocence — who formerly scampered happily and unencumbered through childhood in pigtails, are taught that their most important function in life is sex; a notion that was formerly discouraged as detrimental to society, even for grown men.
    It is truly disgusting to contemplate that these sweet little ones must have their girlhoods despoiled by being drilled in the mannish ways of sexual activity long before puberty. And now, thanks to our morally bankrupt judiciary, these girl-men will have access to abortion pills — the murderous equivalent of male “protection” — which are available to them without parental notification; further proof of their “liberating” masculinization.
    In a time which seems eons ago, our national motto was “In God we trust.” Today, those who would hew to that belief are considered hateful and harmful to society. To paraphrase the eminent author and raconteur G.K. Chesterton — who would have a field day in Barack Obama’s America — those who believe in nothing will believe in anything.

  2. Dave Martin April 15, 2013 8:54 pm

    The progressive media was led kicking and screaming to this story. If a gun had been involved obama would be on TV using the victims in his never ending trek of further Govt. controls.

  3. Ronald April 15, 2013 11:52 pm

    Juan, now you are blaming Obama for everything but “original sin”, and even that. What is happening with women is not due to Obama, and if anything, it is the lack of concern for women by the GOP, as on rape definition, that is really the crux of the matter, but you choose to blame Obama for everything as if the GOP is blameless! What a disgrace!

  4. Juan Domingo Peron April 16, 2013 12:15 am

    Ron: When I say “Barack Obama’s America” I am referring to the time we are living in which Obama happens to be President. I am referring to this society, to this era. Obama is just a time reference because he is the President. I would never give Obama such powers as to influence everything that is happening in American society, whether good or bad. This society has reached this point on certain moral issues because of forces and ideas unleashed way before Obama’s time. In other words, I was not attacking Obama, he is just a representative of a part of society. He is the result not the cause. He is neither responsible for the some of the bad changes nor for some of the good changes that occurred in society because of forces before his time.

  5. Msggie April 19, 2013 11:34 pm

    Juan you love to come on this blog and talk the talk as if you’re so intelligent. Dear heavens, can’t you think and write without plagiarizing every
    damn comment you write? You lose all credibility you silly moron!
    Your first comment was lifted word for word from an article in the American Spectator. And your name is not listed as the author.
    Anyone interested in reading the original articles Juan pretends are his words, it takes 1 minute to google it.
    You love to insult the Professor, but at least his writing, thoughts and analysis are his, not copied from another aurhor!

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