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Posted by Andrew Roman on December 10, 2009

It’s because “women die having babies.”

That is the answer.

That is the reason provided by a physician at an Appleton, Wisconsin Planned Parenthood Clinic as he and his staff endeavor to convince a young woman that the termination of her pregnancy (i.e., the killing of her unborn baby) shouldn’t cause any real concern – that it’s a sound choice, probably her best option.

… because she could die if she decides to give birth to her unwanted little inconvenience.

And it’s all been captured on undercover video.

For the record, approximately one ten-thousandth of one percent of women who give birth in the United States die in childbirth each year.

Maybe procreating should be banned altogether then.

But it gets better.

When a Planned Parenthood Counselor is asked whether or not a ten-week-old unborn baby has a heartbeat, the young woman is told that what really exist are “heart tones,” explaining, “Heart beat is when the fetus is active in the uterus–can survive–which is about seventeen or eighteen weeks … A fetus is what’s in the uterus right now. That is not a baby”

Even the doctor concurs, “It’s not a baby at this stage or anything like that.”

Of course, this is outright nonsense.

From The Rosa Acuna Project:

On the contrary, embryologists agree that the heartbeat begins around 3 weeks. Wisconsin informed consent law requires that women receive medically accurate information before undergoing an abortion.

The video comes one month after the widely reported resignation of Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson. Johnson left her leadership position at Planned Parenthood in Bryan, TX after watching a 13-week old fetus being aborted in her clinic on ultrasound.

She said during a recent interview, “Planned Parenthood really tries to instill in their employees and the women that are coming in for abortions that this is not a baby.” In another interview, she noted, “They don’t want to talk about when your baby has a heartbeat,” because “they don’t want to give the woman information that could give her a connection with her baby.”

The embryonic heart actually starts beating twenty-two days after conception.

Zip, at the great Weasel Zippers blog, posts this picture of a ten week old fetus:









Talk show host Dr. Laura Schlessinger calls them Planned UNParenthood … and quite appropriately.

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