Thursday, January 26, 2006

I am Woman Hear me Snore

This is the kind of article that gets pulled off the brochure rack this time of year. (By the way, I'd love to know who the abortion industry has on the inside at the P.I. They ALWAYS seem get their brochure-ware published.)

The misty eyed medical student who just wants to help more women gain access to safe abortion.

The sad lament for all those poor country girls and the lack of “providers” in 98 percent of rural counties; a situation that cries out for justice!

The resolve to dedicate one’s life to the noble cause of abortion, no matter the cost.

The plea for public support of these medical students who have chosen to address this incredibly important public health issue.

I am woman. I am an abortionist. Hear me…snore….Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz….

This stuff is getting boring, stale and old. Besides recycled abortion marketing and sales trends doesn't make for good copy. You guys are just treading water and I see a waterfall up ahead.

1 comment:

Christina Dunigan said...

Notice that they talk about the percentage of counties that lack an abortionist, rather than the percentage of women that, say, have to drive further for an abortion than they'd have to drive to get their teeth pulled. That's because the population is -- surprise! -- centered in urban areas with high abortion rates and lots of abortionists. In the low-population counties, there's a low abortion rate.

If there was enough of a demand for abortion in those counties to make an abortion facility economically viable, there'd be an abortion mill. Simple economics. So what might distress them the most is if they realize that all those counties not only lack an abortionist, they lack any real demand for abortion to begin with. Now THAT is cause for alarm among the abortion enthusiasts!