January 28, 2009
SD pro-lifers want to increase a woman's access to an abortion doctor!
I wanted to wish the propaganda department at the MN/SD/ND office of Planned Parenthood a… "good morning." Or, it should be a good morning for them because yesterday pro-life legislators here in South Dakota finally joined them in seeking to increase a woman's access to an abortion doctor in our state. Surely the pro-aborts will agree, with the women being our primary concern, that Senate Bill 92 is good for the women of South Dakota because we all know this is a decision between a woman and her doctor.
But we must prepare ourselves for the fact that they have historically only been able to see good as bad and bad as good and therefore we can expect them to be grumpy today about SB 92.
I'm happy this morning because I know the legislature and many in the public will again get to hear the awful reality right now that abortion-bound patients (woman and child) have no access to, or relationship, with their abortion doctor. According to the sworn testimony of Kate Looby, the former PP director in South Dakota, a pre-procedure visit amounts to a non-trained counselor playing a four-minute cassette tape of a physician giving general ideologically-charged information but no specifics of regarding important things like potential risks or anything about the second patient involved (the baby). Of course, asking a question of a cassette tape is difficult. Supposedly that has changed with the passage of the Informed Consent law which no mandates the doctor give specific scientific information about the risks involved and that a second human life is being terminated.
It's anyone's guess whether or not they are complying with the Informed Consent law. I'd bet money they aren't. Some here think they are referring abortion-bound SD women to Omaha because they refuse to comply. In other words, in the demented world of Planned Parenthood, more medical information and physician input and scientific technology is a very bad thing. They want to keep "women's health care" locked in 1973-mode in terms of technology and information.